The most shoplifted food item in the U.S. is candy.
Wouldn't you loive to open a lunch as artfully created as these?
To cut costs, in 1916 newspaper publisher Luther McQuesten printed "The Mountain Echo" on a leaf. Now you can own this special edition.
Waste disposal isn't the only thing trash bins can be used for.
Bookworms will be able to fall asleep safely cocooned in literature.
Early Israelites discovered chicken was delicious.
Charlie Pellet, the man who tells MTA passengers to "Stand clear of the closing doors," has one of the most recognizable voices in New York City
Buttercups were built up, and a quarterback's last name was forever mangled on purpose.
A bridge made of aircraft carriers? It could happen.
Joseph Pujol, a.k.a. Le Pétomane, was a flatulist of world renown.
When algae blooms in Turkey's Tuz Lake, an explosion of crimson color comes along with it.
A study finds people are more swayed by sentences like “men generally make more money than women” than “women generally make less money than men.”
The villagers of San Antonio de los Cobres drink arsenic-contaminated water—and suffer no ill effects.
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