Prairie dogs say hello with kisses.
I have flat, sensitive, wide feet. They look and feel like they belong to someone grossly overweight and possibly arthritic. Meanwhile, I'm anything but.
A beautifully preserved fossil of a tiny pterosaur has been discovered in China. And he's just adorable!
Where do those Valentines Day roses come from?
Yesterday afternoon, four paintings were stolen from the E.G. Buehrle Collection in Switzerland in the largest art robbery in Switzerland's history.
I'm from a little dot on the map called Lower Macungie Township.
Calling all photographers: it's time for another mental_floss photo challenge! We got so many great entries for the first challenge, and we're hoping to get even more this time around.
As a long-time Mac nerd, I remember fondly the introduction of Audion, an early MP3 player application for the classic Mac OS (and later Mac OS X).
The reader-submitted Amazing Fact that stayed with me all weekend came from Samantha: "The first issue of the Kiss comic books included blood from the band members in its ink." You win a cop
A Venn diagram is a mathematical illustration that shows all of the possible mathematical or logical relationships between sets.
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
In honor of Lincoln's birthday, today
The history of The Evil Eye. And how heavy metal fans keep it away. Really.
America's 50 Greenest Cities.
We've all seen lists of great screen kisses, great car chases, great fight scenes. They're easy to appreciate, and perhaps that's why they get all the attention.
I've always had a problem figuring out the difference between terms for British nationality -- most notably the difference between "British" and "English." I've also bee
So, like the title implies, 2 things made me really happy this morning:
1) That our onesies are FINALLY on sale in the mental_floss store.
On Saturday and Sunday, we posted several great articles by up-and-coming student writers.
As you might know, tomorrow is February 12th. It's also the 199th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth.