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Colorful Felted Cat Beds for the Surrealist Kitty in Your Life

Rebecca OConnell

What better shape for a cat bed than a cat?

Create Your Own Customized Poop Emoji

Shaunacy Ferro

The WaterAid Emoji Creator raises awareness for world sanitation with adorable poop icons.

11 Solid Facts About the English Bulldog

Rebecca OConnell

They're more than a(n adorably) wrinkly face.

10 Surprising Movie Twists That Audiences Never Saw

Andrew LaSane

Some of your favorite movies could have had very different endings.

Why Does Germany Have So Many Different Names?

Sean ONeill Arika Okrent

Germany. Deutschland, Allemagne, Niemcy, Saksa, Vokietija...

Study Finds Men May Overeat To Impress Women

Anna Green

Researchers found that men consumed 93 percent more pizza and 86 percent more salad in the presence of women.

Microscopic Parasite Revealed to Be Teeny, Tiny Jellyfish

Kate Horowitz

Sequencing the myxozoans’ genome revealed their unlikely cnidarian origins.

Who Invented the Turducken?

Hannah Keyser

From the 18th century to John Madden's football broadcast, a brief history of the decadent dish.

8 Things Women Used to Be Banned From Doing

Jake Rossen

Women were once exempt from serving on juries for fear they might take it too easy on defendants.

11 Oo-De-Lally Facts About 'Robin Hood'

Stacy Conradt

Hollywood has come up with countless versions of Robin Hood and his Merry Men over the years, but only one of them stars a fox, a badger, and a wolf.

These Are the Most Popular Emojis People Use When Tweeting About TV

Michele Debczak

The most popular emoji is also Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year.

Learn How to Make Bread with a 2000-Year-Old Recipe

Caitlin Schneider

You might be surprised at how little things change in 2000 years.

11 Surprising Places You Can Go Skiing

Kristy Puchko

Consider a journey off the beaten piste with this selection of surreal ski destinations.

Watch This Short Documentary About the Clock Built To Last 10,000 Years

Anna Green

Built to run for 10,000 years, The Clock of the Long Now is being built to promote long-term thinking.

Listen to John Steinbeck Talk About the Dust Bowl

Anna Green

In 1952, John Steinbeck sat down with an interviewer at Albany University to discuss 'The Grapes of Wrath' and the time period that inspired it.