The most shoplifted food item in the U.S. is candy.
In case you missed the new hotness back in October, I have bad news: your toilet is obsolete. BEHOLD, THE TOILET OF TOMORROW!
This one isn't going to last very long on YouTube. Too many copyright issues going on here. So get a look before they pull the audio off it, or the video down entirely. Pretty clever, I think!
Dog Shoots Man
A man in Brigham City, Utah was shot by his own dog during a duck hunt. The unnamed man and a friend were hunting Sunday using a boat.
(No, we're not giving away cash. Sorry!) It's Free-for-all Friday here at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
The words "occupy" and "occupation" are used every day for both citizen protests and international operations.
Some of you long-time loyal readers might recall Jason English's funny/sad saga back in 2007 about the time his cellphone provider over-billed him for more than $600.
It's time once again for the game that is, given the autumnal season, raking its way across the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below having something in common.
From the Yes, This Really Happens Department, I bring you the terrifying sport-slash-torture-ritual of Ferret Legging, also known as "put 'em down" and the much more descriptive "f
By the 1963 Christmas season, The Beatles were already the biggest musical stars in the history of British entertainment.
While laughter does tend to bring people together, many people would think it certainly has its limits. Harvard Law professor – and O.J.
We're going to try out some Facebook quizzes in addition to all the regular quizzes here. This will be fun.
(Not much there now, but just you
Depicting a person we all recognize takes talent when you use a pencil or paintbrush. Doing it with LEGO blocks takes a particular kind of talent because of the restrictions inherent in the medium.
A letter is all you need to solve today's Think Thursday challenge at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game. Good luck!
What's the missing letter in the following group?
The Secrets Behind the Google Doodle. How they became a thing, and what goes into each one of them.
Don't Call Me a Mom: Why It's Time for Women to Drop That Identity.
Finding great local restaurants can be a challenge. There seem to be a dozen mediocre, even bad restaurants, for every good one. That's why chains have gotten so popular in the last few decades.