In order to legally watch or record television at the time of broadcast in the United Kingdom, you must first purchase a license.
A diner in North Carolina recently received global attention because they were issuing 15% “praying in public” discounts to patrons who prayed or gave thanks at their tables. Due to the amount of scrutiny received, the discount is no longer offered.
If you wanted to build a two-story home of 2,392 square feet out of Legos, it would take 11,647,839 Lego bricks and would cost $1,161,784. That’s more expensive than the average price of a New York City condo.
Weird Al Yankovic has released the music video “Word Crimes,” a parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” which corrects numerous common grammar mistakes.
Japan voted instant noodles as their best invention of the 20th century. Karaoke took 2nd place, while Pokemon came in 8th.
Mickey Mouse repeatedly attempted suicide in a 1930’s comic strip because he suspected Minnie was interested in another mouse.
The man who invented pop-up ads has apologized to the world for unintentionally creating one of the Internet’s most hated forms of advertising.
Most of Japan’s adoptions are of childless adult males who are adopted to become the heir of a family business.
A man in New York wore a hidden camera and traveled through the city to show people the harassment and mockery he endures every day for being a little person.
A new material called “bone foam” has the potential to fix physical deformities by replacing missing bone pieces and encouraging cells to regrow in its place until it is completely absorbed.