Deipnophobia is the fear of dinner party conversations.
"Probably the most important trivia night that week."
Every Friday, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want. Very casual.
The car in the video, based on the prehistoric trilobite creature, is known as its Latin name, the "Sarriugarteis (Odontochile) trilobiteis," or the Electrobite.
Woman Reports Herself Driving Drunk
Mary Strey called police in Clark County, Wisconsin to report a drunk driver. What made this call so unusual was that she was reporting on herself!
You've definitely seen them: commemorative state plates featuring landmarks and slogans from a particular state.
Here's hoping that you enjoy today's Brain Game word ladder.
The birth of the iPod era was definitely a great day for music lovers everywhere, but the non-linear, random-accessible freedom it gave listeners also brought about the death of something beloved by m
He was delighted to find his son had his own terms for different LEGO pieces. So he gathered more children, four in all, to find out what names they used, and assembled those names in a handy chart.
I'll readily admit that I've been called a geek from time to time. Geeks are innovators and we will one day rule the world. Don't believe me?
Every actor may dream of winning an Oscar, but it's safe to say not quite as many aspire to someday portray an action figure or video game character on the silver screen.
You've probably heard about the Spurs' Manu Ginobili snatching a bat out of the midair with his bare hands at a game a couple of days ago - and if you haven't, don't worry, there
Hundreds of celebrities have appeared as themselves on Sesame Street, but plenty of popular fictional characters have made cameos as well.
Craigslist started as a tech mailing list in 1995, which quickly morphed into a place where tech recruiters posted job listings.
Swedish photographer Magnus Muhr makes great cartoons from dead flies placed strategically on paper.
Chiune Sugihara was born on January 1st, 1900, and lived to make his mark on the twentieth century. Thousands of people owe their lives in part to his willingness to buck authority.