Joined: Aug 11, 2015
Michele Debczak is a Senior Staff Writer for Mental Floss. Some of her favorite subjects include defunct theme park rides, weird-looking sea creatures, and fast food history. When she's not writing, she's probably reading about unsolved mysteries on Wikipedia.
This deviled egg hack requires no specialized techniques or fancy equipment—all you need is a long kitchen knife.
Before taking your annual trip to the Christmas tree farm, make a game plan for getting your tree home safely.
The Geminids are famous for producing some of the brightest and most frequent meteors of the year.
The world’s most valuable paintings cost more than some luxury cars, boats, and houses.
No matter how many times you've watched ‘Elf’ (2003), this deleted scene may be new to you.
The blooper reel for 'Home Alone' will give you a fresh perspective on the Christmas classic.
The image looks like a spiral pattern at first glance, but if you examine it closely you'll find two words hiding in plain sight.
John Hughes speculated that the original cut of ‘Planes, Trains, and Automobiles’ is lost for good, but you can find remnants of it if you know where to look.
Bessie and Glen Hyde made history with their Grand Canyon boat trip in 1928, but not for the reasons they intended.
The Cheetos Duster is the snack brand's “first-ever cooking gadget.”
Turkey will likely be the most expensive part of your Thanksgiving meal, but the cost varies by state.
It wasn't a product of your young imagination: Chalky, white dog poop really was everywhere in the 1970s and '80s. Here's why it went away.