Women Would Rather Look Young Than Skinny, Plus the Top 10 Signs They're Aging

This is a sad but interesting debate, ladies:  Would you rather have people say you look young, or that you look thin?  According to a new survey, the best compliment is young.  The people in the survey were all women, aged 35 and older.  I'm assuming 20-year-old women don't care if people tell them they look young.  But you will one day, lady, you will. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Tuesday

Here are some random facts for you . . . 1.  Over half of the edits on Wikipedia are made by 0.7% of its users, around 500 hardcore Wikipedia users who basically spend all of their free time editing it. Read more...

Grandmas on Facebook Keep Accidentally Tagging Themselves as Grandmaster Flash

This is a great example of the unexpected side effects of old people using technology. Apparently, grandmas around the world keep accidentally tagging themselves on Facebook as Grandmaster Flash. Read more...

Bad News, Comfort Food Is a Myth

Next time you're feeling down and decide to eat your favorite comfort food, a five-gallon drum of macaroni-and-cheese, I hope this doesn't ruin it for you. It turns out comfort food is just a MYTH. Read more...

Three Unhealthy Things You've Done in the Last Hour

You don't smoke, eat junk food, or drink too much. But there are some unhealthy things that pretty much everyone does on a daily basis. Here are three random ones you've probably done in the last hour. Read more...

Scientists Prove the Key to a Happy Marriage Is If the Wife Is Happy

"Happy wife, happy life" isn't just a cliché dads tell their sons on their wedding day.  Science just proved it. A new study from Rutgers University in New Jersey found that the biggest key to a happy marriage is how happy the woman is. Read more...

How You Can Eat to Beat Back Pain

When it comes to inflammation, a known cause for back pain, it’s true that you are what you eat. Many foods have been shown to reduce inflammation, as well as to increase it. So when you have back pain, diet may help you avoid it. You just have to carefully choose your foods so you can reduce back pain and maintain good nutrition. Read more...

A Cat Jumped From the 17th Floor and Survived

On Sunday, a guy in Vancouver named Joel Isfeld noticed his eight-month-old cat, Cleo, had gotten out onto his balcony.    And before he could grab her, Cleo JUMPED.  Unfortunately, Joel lives on the 17th floor of his apartment building. Read more...

85% of Us Drink at Least Three Cups of Coffee a Day

It's a good thing coffee probably isn't that bad for you, because, wow, we drink a lot of it. A new survey of 10,000 people who work full-time jobs found that 85% drink at least three cups of coffee a day. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Monday

Here are some random facts for you . . . 1.  There's a Hawaiian island called Ni'ihau that's been owned by one family for several generations, and the two brothers who own it turned down $1 billion from the U.S. government to buy it. Read more...

Young Women Admit Receiving Inappropriate Attention But Not Being Surprised By It

There are two easy ways to get a drink thrown in your face at a bar. You either SAY something dumb, or DO something dumb. And you'd think more guys would SAY something inappropriate before getting all handsy. But apparently that's not always the case anymore. Read more...

Five Red Flags For Women Dating Online

Ladies, if you've been doing the online dating thing, you probably know how frustrating it is. Well "Cosmo" has put together a list of the biggest red flags to look out for. Here are five of them . . . Read more...

Princeton Is Number One in the New "U.S. News & World Report" Rankings

"U.S. News & World Report" has been ranking the colleges in the U.S. for 30 years now, and even though the rankings don't really mean anything, they're great at making pretty much everyone angry. Read more...

Our Top Ten Fears

I know you're brave and don't worry about the future because you're all about the now, bro, but if you had to name something you're afraid of, what would it be? A new survey asked Americans to name their biggest fears, here are the top 10: Read more...

There's a U.S. City Where the Average Age is 11

If I told you there's a U.S. city where the average age is 11, wouldn't you think it's some "Lord of the Flies" anarchy experiment?  Well, nope.  Just a lot of Hasidic Jews who just LOVE having kids. Read more...

A Woman's Luggage Got Damaged, So the Airport Gave Her a Replacement Bag, Filled with Plastic Explosives

A woman landed at the airport in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday, and found out her luggage had been damaged.   So to help her get where she was going, the airport gave her an unclaimed suitcase as a replacement bag, filled with plastic explosives. Read more...

Three Reasons You're in a Bad Mood This Morning

 Do you ever wake up in a bad mood, and you're not sure WHY?  Here are three possible reasons, according to science. Read more...

This Year's College Freshmen Were in Kindergarten During 9/11, and Have Never Known Life Without "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart"

Beloit College in Wisconsin just released their annual "Mindset List" . . . where they list a bunch of things about college freshmen that'll make you feel ancient.  This year's freshmen were born in 1996, so here are some highlights about their mindset . . . Read more...

What Does Each State Buy the Most on eBay?

eBay just analyzed millions of purchases from the past two years, and figured out what each U.S. state buys the most.  And somehow the answer for all 50 states ISN'T a crappy cell phone car charger that breaks in two weeks. Read more...

A Guy Fakes His Own Death to Get Out of His Wedding

It's totally natural to have cold feet before your wedding. It is NOT natural to react like this. 23-year-old Tucker Blandford of Stamford, Connecticut was engaged to 23-year-old Alex Lanchester of West Midlands, England, they met in 2012 when she was studying at the University of Connecticut. Read more...

Emotional Video Of Dad's Dance With His Daughter Who Has A Disability, Might Save Her

12-year-old McKenzie Carey lives in Dallas, Georgia, outside Atlanta.  And when she was 18 months old, she was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease, which affects your cells and leaves you with basically no energy. Read more...

Five Tips For Becoming More Likeable

 Is there anyone who DOESN'T want to be more likeable?    Read more...

Six Ways Dads Influence How Their Kids Turn Out

Sunday is Father's Day.  If your kids are bad at remembering it, you can help them by pointing out all the ways you made them what they are today.  Here's a good list from CafeMom.com.  Read more...

Check Out a Woman Who Looks Just Like Elsa from "Frozen"

There's an 18-year-old woman from Florida named ANNA FAITH who looks a LOT like Elsa from "Frozen".  She's a model and she also gets gigs as an Elsa impersonator.  She even has a friend who dresses like Anna. Read more...

Here's What Bartenders Think of You Based on Your Drink

There was a thing online recently where bartenders talked about how they profile people based on what they order.  So here's what your drink says about you, straight from the mouths of the professionals. Read more...