12+1 = 11+2, and "twelve plus one" is an anagram of "eleven plus two."
Casts in cool colors or covered in your friends' get well messages are great, but some people take things a step further and turn the pile of plaster and bandages into a wearable piece of art.
Before the dot-com bubble burst, many companies spent millions to air 30-second commercials during the Super Bowl to gain national exposure. Here are a few of them.
“Squatter’s rights” isn’t a list of specific rights, but refers to a specific form of adverse possession, a legal principle that we inherited from England and has been around, in one form or another,
Last night we were mentioned on Jeopardy! I'm not sure how many people in our office would have gotten this one right, but somehow Arthur Chu nailed it.
There were 1,741 unique names among the 20,365 entries in Seattle's 1975 name-the-team contest. Some of those suggestions were amazing.
Who doesn't have a hundred grand to blow on a Jurassic Park velociraptor cage?
Everyone's spending tons of money on Big Game ads. Newcastle wanted to buck the trend, so they made something decidedly different.
Bad breath usually won’t win you many friends, but at least it will keep your enemies at arm’s length, too.
Cartoonist Julia Wertz opens up about her struggles with alcoholism and depression. Plus, a new spin on secret identities and Bryan Lee O'Malley's first graphic novel is 10 years old.
Last summer, John Green doled out 50 facts about the 50 states. Today he's back with 50 more!