Joined: Jul 9, 2020
Mike Rampton is a freelance writer who lives in London next to a surprisingly uninteresting cemetery. If enough people buy his book, Open In Case of Emergency: 501 Games to Entertain and Keep You and the Kids Sane, perhaps one day he'll live next to a more interesting one.
In a blow to lovers of gum with shockingly short flavor bursts, Fruit Stripe is set to bite the dust.
The Amish aren't known for their bawdy senses of humor, but try telling that to the couple snapping a photo under the sign announcing they've arrived at Intercourse.
Box office success does not always equal critical acclaim. But many of the biggest hits of the 1990s are still being talked about, and revisited, today.
Participating in Dry January means that no booze at all is to pass your lips for the entire calendar month of January. Here's how it started.
Nubz has stolen the collective heart of the internet with his zest for life—and strutting.
George Washington's preferred eggnog recipe calls for four kinds of booze—and none of them in small quantities.
“Last Christmas” is now the centerpiece of a growing holiday tradition based around ... not listening to it.
Willy Wonka is undoubtedly an eccentric man. But could he and his band of Oompa-Loompas be hiding a homicidal secret?
What do Kevin McCallister’s parents do for a living to afford the family such a lavish lifestyle?
Alex Garland‘s directorial debut contains what might be the most dense, obscure in-joke in cinema history.
How many cups of coffee are too many cups of coffee to drink in a day when it's on your employer's dime? Researchers dug down to find the answer.
Why does using less of your eye help you see something more clearly? There's a pretty simple explanation.