Joined: Nov 21, 2012
Jill Harness is a freelance writer, amateur chef, and a sucker for animals. She writes for a number of websites, including Rue The Day, Neatorama, InventorSpot, and Oddee, and in her free time, she likes to write dumb jokes and weird short stories. While not typing on her computer, Jill spends her time playing video games, playing with her dog, and visiting Disneyland and the San Diego zoo.
Fans of '90s alternative music may recall King Missile's big single, "Detachable Penis." While the song may have been silly, it turns out than in the animal world, the idea isn't all that bizarre—at least not to the sea slug Chromodoris reticulata.
If you enjoyed 'The Witcher' and 'Bridgerton' on the small screen, continue the stories by picking up the novels they're based on.
Whether your kid is into robots, chemistry, or the wonders of slime, these STEM toys will make playtime more engaging.
Whether you're looking to try a new loose-leaf tea or are just in the market for an electric kettle, these products will help you brew the perfect cup.
Whether you want to learn how to knit, make chocolate truffles, or make slime, these kits will help you learn anything you set out to discover.
If you find yourself always reaching for a blanket or shivering no matter what season we're in, check out these products that are sure to keep you warm this winter.
While the most obvious way to support small businesses is to buy their goods or services online or in person, there are other ways to help small businesses as well.
General George Washington created the “Badge for Military Merit” on August 7, 1782.
These famous faces once braved rain, sleet, snow, and disgruntled customers as employees of the United States Postal Service.
There seems to be no end to the weird things beer makers will do to get noticed. Here are just a few of our favorites.
When that jolly old elf shimmies down your chimney, is he actually breaking the law?
In honor of National Doughnut Day, get inspired by these tasty creations.