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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.
Stocking up on chow for a potential emergency? If want food that will last for the long haul, reach for one of these endurance champs.
You use your hands every day to do thousands of things, but have you ever wondered why you refer to your fingers by names like 'thumb' and 'pinky'?
The jump scare is often written off as a cheap trick used to prop up bad films. But when done well and with purpose, jump scares can add genuine fright and terror.
What, like you have something better to do?
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.
Cut your egg decorating time in half with this fun LEGO project.
Edgar Allan Poe's classic—and kind of creepy—narrative poem has been inspiring artists for nearly 175 years.
'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.
In 2016, a team of mathematicians crunched the numbers and determined that Peter Dinklage's character is the true star of the show.
It took 7600 sheets of paper and approximately 160 hours to create this unique, stop-motion take on the iconic opening.
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.
What began as a one-time lark has turned into a popular Easter tradition for fans of chocolate and the 'Doctor Strange' star.