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The Missing Links: The Pop Culture Detective Cracks the Case

Colin Patrick

Please Don’t Swear to God.

Did Wilt Chamberlain Really Sleep With 20,000 Women?

Eddie Deezen

Wilt Chamberlain was born on this date in 1936. Let's check his math on his most famous

How Did the Chicken Cross the Ocean?

Matt Soniak

At some point in the last few thousand years, someone in India or Southeast Asia decided to try catching one of the wild fowl than ran through the jungles and roosted up in the trees.

Green Beans are Good for Your Heart

Miss Cellania

Over the years, you've been subjected treated to tales from my garden. We've had posts about tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, pumpkins (actually two about pumpkins), and corn.

Brain Game: Doughy Dragon

Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge provides the scrambled names of three hit motion pictures. Unscramble the anagrams to find the names of the movies.

Morning Cup of Links: Bird in a Man Suit

Miss Cellania

Pioneer comedian Phyllis Diller died yesterday at age 95.

The Book That Comes With an Expiration Date

Jill Harness

Argentinian publishing house Eterna Cadencia wants to make sure new authors' first books don't just sit on the shelf, so they're forcing readers to get through their newest anthology, c

The Late Movies: Facebook Songs and Parodies

Andréa Fernandes

Facebook celebrated 8 years this February, and in that time it has become a household name. As with any cultural phenomenon, it's the subject of songs and parodies.

Beyond Sharks: Truly Scary Deep Sea Creatures

Jill Harness

Shark Week might be over, but the truly horrific creatures in the bottom of the sea don't need a week of TV to remind people how scary they are. With such massively deep and large oceans sprea

11 Tips for That Benjamin Harrison Birthday Bash You're Probably Planning

Julia Davis

If you’re looking for an excuse to host an impromptu Monday get-together, why not throw a birthday bash for America's last bearded president? Today happens to be Benjamin Harrison’s 179th.

10 Living Things Thriving in Death Valley

Brian McMahon

There’s a reason it’s called Death Valley.

The Missing Links: Everyone Needs Golden Appliances

Colin Patrick

The Good, the Bad, and the Jedi Star Wars posters are given a spaghetti western twist. * Jon Daly = John Daly The hilarious comedian Jon Daly is slowly morphing into famous golfer/gambler/part

13 Disturbing Pieces of Art from History

M Asher Cantrell

The media is often criticized for showing violent and disturbing imagery.

From Foie Gras to Maple Bacon: 10 Bizarre Milkshake Flavors

Jill Harness

With record-breaking temperatures sprouting up everywhere this summer, there’s no better time to cool off with a nice refreshing milkshake.

Why Do All Dental Offices Smell the Same?

Kara Kovalchik

Eugenol, the active ingredient in clove oil, is the culprit. Clove oil has been used to numb toothache pain since Medieval times.