The Five Dumbest Reasons Drivers Have Stopped on the Shoulder

When someone stops on the shoulder of a highway, there'd better be a good reason, because it makes hundreds of other idiots slow down for no reason. Here's a list of the five dumbest excuses cops have heard from people who pulled onto the shoulder . . . Read more...

Saying "Um" Means You're a Good Human Being

Do you find yourself saying "um" or "uh" a lot? Well, good news:  That just means you're a better person than someone who talks all slick and smooth. Read more...

14 Things You Shouldn't Buy at Costco

Not everything is better in bulk.  Check out a list of things you won't get a deal on at Costco . . . Read more...

The Movie "Evan Almighty" Inspired a College Student to do Random Acts of Kindness

If you've seen "Evan Almighty", you probably remember it as the sequel to "Bruce Almighty" that wasn't quite as good. But it changed one guy's life, and inspired him to change more people's lives. Read more...

The New Date That Has Couples Scrambling to Get Married

In what will hopefully be the last time we will have to hear about something like this, couples are clamoring to get married on December 13th of this year so they can secure the wedding date of 12/13/14. Read more...

Who Raised White Flags on The Brooklyn Bridge, and Why?

The New York Police Department had a big whodunit on its hands Tuesday, in addition to egg on its face. Who swapped out two big American flags flying over the Brooklyn Bridge towers with Old Glories that had been bleached white? And, more important, why? Read more...

Five Random Facts For Wednesday

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Ten Tips for Cyberstalking Like a Pro

Everybody stalks someone online.  Don't deny it, you know you're guilty.  So if you're going to do it, you might as well be good at it.  Here are ten tips for cyberstalking like a pro. Read more...

New Photo Trend Alert: 'Fakecationing', Where You Take Fake Vacation Photos

Do you feel like a loser when your friends on Facebook are constantly posting incredible vacation photos from around the world?  Well now, you can make them feel like garbage without even leaving your house. Read more...

Is Black and White is the New Orange?

A county jail in Michigan is going back to those old-fashioned jumpsuits with the horizontal black-and-white stripes.  You know, the ones prisoners wore in old movies, before jails and prisons switched to beige or orange ones instead. Read more...

Babies Are Photographed 780 Times Before Their First Birthday

You know those friends who will not stop taking photos of their baby?  Well, we've got a number you can toss out that might get them to put the camera down for a few minutes, but probably not. Read more...

Toyota Put a Microphone in Their New Minivan to Help You Yell at Your Kids

Yelling at your kids in the backseat is an indispensible part of every family drive.  And Toyota wants to make it even easier on you.  Not by creating new features to entertain your kids and keep them behaved . . . oh God no.  Read more...

Should We Have a Three-Day Work Week? The World's Second-Richest Person Says Yes

Sometimes you hear about companies that let people work four days a week, which sounds great.  So THIS sounds even better.  Carlos "Slim" Helu is the second-richest person in the world, he's a Mexican businessman worth $80.3 billion.  And he says the future of work is a three-day work week, and a four-day weekend. Read more...

Mike Ditka and the Mayor of Chicago Helped a Five-Year-Old with Leukemia Make His Own Godzilla Movie

Apparently this was inspired by the whole "Batkid" thing in San Francisco, but it might even be COOLER than that. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Tuesday

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14 Things You Should Always Haggle For

You're probably not used to haggling for anything you buy, except for cars.  You're probably also spending WAY too much money.  Here's a list of other things you can haggle for, if you know what you're doing. Read more...

Two Harvard Students Invented the World's First Cake Batter Spray Can

A few decades ago, someone figured out how to put cheese in a spray can. And for some reason, people totally stopped innovating the whole food-in-a-can thing ever since. Maybe this is a sign that horrible drought is over. Read more...

Husbands Make More Secret Purchases Than Wives

We all know women like shopping. Well guess what? It turns out men like shopping too, they just don't like telling you about it.A new survey found husbands are more likely than wives to secretly buy things, and to lie about how much they spent, and hide what they bought. Read more...

How Texting Can Keep You Acne-Free and 8 Other Zit-Fighting Tricks

One of the best things about being 14 is that you know, one day, you’ll be an adult. You’ll be able to drive. You’ll be able to buy beer. You’ll stop getting zits. The joke was on you. Sure, those first two turned out to be true, but acne? It can haunt you for life. Read more...

How Long Does Food in the Fridge Really Last?

You’re not alone if you’ve stood in your kitchen holding a container of milk or a package of chicken breasts and weren’t sure whether you should toss them or eat them. That’s because it’s not always so obvious what the difference is between the various expiration dates—from “sell by” to “best if used by.” Read more...

Are Most People Stuck in a Hair Rut?

Yet to do a Victoria Beckham circa 2006 and chop off all your hair? You're not alone. Nearly half of all adults never change their hairstyle, finding what they believe is their ideal 'do' and sticking with it, according to new figures. Read more...

Two Malaysia Airlines Coincidences

Two incredible coincidences have come out of the two Malaysia Airlines tragedies in the past few months, one that's horrible and one that's incredible. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Monday

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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...