Joined: May 6, 2013
Jake Rossen is a senior staff writer for Mental Floss.
Paying to access your own money seems wrong, but it's how everyone from your bank to your local bar cashes in.
There are few tales of the ‘Titanic’ left unexplored. Joseph Laroche’s story is one of them.
In 1919, Canadian businessman Ambrose Small cashed a check for 1 million dollars. Hours later, he vanished.
From doubt over Shakespeare’s existence to Lincoln’s assassination, conspiracy theories have been around for centuries.
Cats provide comfort and affection. Everyone once in a great while, they also share Bubonic plague.
From the rare Snake Eyes to the massive USS Flagg, explore the most valuable G.I. Joe toys from the 1980s that are making waves on eBay with collectors.
Swine don‘t really sweat much. So why do we associate them with being nervous?
It's very possible that having a sexy mom and dad is good for your wallet.
We offer an explanation about the meaning of layman's terms anyone can understand.
When were JNCO jeans popular and how did they come to be? Discover more about the history of these ultra wide-legged pants and why they were created in the first place.
Weirdly enough, it's the same guy who gave Snoopy the opening to his epically bad novel.
The Silent Generation may not be as flashy a group as Millennials, but they wield a surprising amount of influence over our culture.