Pepsi-Cola was originally called “Brad’s Drink.”
They lived amazing lives. They accomplished incredible (although not always good) things. But what were their last meals?
You may know all the words, but how much do you know about the song
From Davy Jones on The Brady Bunch to (Cow)Boy George on The A-Team, here are some of the more memorable musician TV cameos.
1. Davy Jones on The Brady
Ever wonder what the world's biggest photograph looks like? How about the largest knitted pink bunny?
For Veterans Day 2009, we posted a round-up of videos featuring soldiers being welcomed home by their dogs.
Whether you’re watching Sesame Street with a toddler now or were a big fan of Big Bird and friends back when you were a little shaver, no doubt you’re familiar with Gordon.
It's Thursday night and I feel all right...because it's once again time for GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common.
Photo: The Today Show
But she's not going for superfecta on 11-11-11. According to The Grand Rapids Press, Barbie Soper isn't pregnant. She had a good
Today on Network Awesome (warning: video auto-plays!), Heavy Metal Week continues with the classic documentary The Decline of Western Civilization Part II, The Metal Years.
The existing 650-mile fence along the U.S.-Mexican border has been a hot political topic in the States for the last few years, and with the Republican primary campaign in full swing, it’s making headl
Forced perspective is a photography trick that involves placing two or more objects or people at different distances so when the picture comes out, it looks like one of them is a drastically different
Today, a brand new Short Spell challenge for Think Thursday here at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game. Good luck!
ONE of the five words in the following list is misspelled.
An Alaskan outdoorsman invented a pistol flamethrower that, he claims, is a big help for starting campfires. Ever heard of a match?
Atlanta artist Brian Dettmer studied at Columbia College in Chicago before latching on to his calling: turning old books, yellow pages, periodicals, etc. into fascinating sculptures.
Sometimes dumb internet videos transcend their dumbness and become truly wonderful.