Facebook engineers originally wanted to call the "Like" button the "Awesome" button.
How many Princess Bride references can you fit into a half-hour show about football? Here are the highlights.
A Swedish TV ad for who-knows-what features skydiving cats in formation.
Why is English spelling so messed up?
I’ve recently started watching the classic sitcom Cheers from the start of the series.
Between election bad blood and ongoing hurricane horror stories, there's no shortage of negative news right now.
The Deyrolle Taxidermy Shop in Paris, which was established in 1831.
Think all there is to taxidermy is stuffing an animal? Think again.
In keeping with today's theme, here are 11 wonderful links for your clicking
You might think that the death of a famous person would be relatively easy to double check before reporting it—but you would be wrong.
It’s hard to describe St. Louis’s City Museum to people who haven’t been there, but calling it a giant playground is a good place to start.
To the dismay of many people with swag, "GIF" edged out "YOLO" to become the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year.
If you just don't get the Oliver Twist-esque street urchin look that defines hipster fashion, or the weird, two-tone hair (it's called ombre!) that so many celebrities have, you'll be d
Neil deGrasse Tyson is America's preeminent badass astrophysicist. He's a passionate advocate for science, NASA, and education.
Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge needs only the name of a U.S. state.
Oxford Dictionaries’ Word of the Year Is GIF. It was always a noun, but now it is also used as a verb.
Here Are 40 Animals Who Are More Ready For Thanksgiving Than You Are.
We all know that you’re supposed to reduce, reuse and recycle, but for artists, reuse and recycle often have totally different meanings than they do for the rest of us.
Quick programming note: We normally post 11 '11 lists' on the 11th day of every month. This month, with the 11th on a Sunday, we decided to push it back a couple days.