Joined: Aug 12, 2015
Andrew is a former staff writer for mentalfloss.com. His name can also be found on sites like Complex.com and Thrillist, while the rest of him can be found wherever there are sneakers, movies, and picture books.
10 Foods That Never (or Almost Never) Expire
How the 5 Fingers Got Their Names
Watch This Supercut of Film Jump Scares (If You Dare)
Watch Nick Offerman Silently Drink Whisky for 45 Minutes
What, like you have something better to do?
14 Sweet Facts About Hershey’s
Everyone knows what their favorite Hershey’s product is, but there are a few things that you might not know about the largest manufacturer of chocolate in North America.
Watch 10 Celebrities Read Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Raven"
Edgar Allan Poe's classic—and kind of creepy—narrative poem has been inspiring artists for nearly 175 years.
14 Amazing Facts About The NeverEnding Story
'The NeverEnding Story' was released during that special era in the 1980s when a PG rating almost certainly meant nightmares for children under the age of 10.
Math Says Tyrion Lannister Is Game of Thrones's Real Star
In 2016, a team of mathematicians crunched the numbers and determined that Peter Dinklage's character is the true star of the show.
Watch the Game of Thrones Title Sequence Recreated With Paper Sculptures
It took 7600 sheets of paper and approximately 160 hours to create this unique, stop-motion take on the iconic opening.
San Francisco's Full House Home Is for Sale
If you've got a love of '90s television nostalgia, and $6 million to spare, the Tanners's home from 'Full House' could be yours.
Benedict Cumberbatch Chocolate Bunnies Are a New Easter Tradition
What began as a one-time lark has turned into a popular Easter tradition for fans of chocolate and the 'Doctor Strange' star.
15 Delicious Facts About Pizza Hut
Because even after BOOK IT!, you still want a personal pan pizza.
10 Amazing Facts About Stan Lee
The comic book legend, who started out writing obituaries, turns 95 years old today.
11 Magical Facts About Willow
Five years after the release of 'Return of the Jedi' (1983) and four years after 'Indiana Jones' and the 'Temple of Doom' (1984), George Lucas gave audiences the story for another film about an unlikely hero on an epic journey, but this time he had three
What's the Worst Movie of All Time?
The Tomatometer doesn't lie.