The colour red is associated with Valentine’s Day because it’s scientifically linked to passion and sexuality. But given what we now know of Valentine’s Day’s sinister history, we’re wondering if the association doesn’t have more to do with blood spatter.
This numbers riddle is stumping even the savviest mathematicians.
Stay true to your queue. Harvard researchers say so.
It’s a wild grammatical moose chase.
Meeting the Queen is an amazing opportunity—just don’t call her by her name!
You’ll never look at these words the same again.
It takes a brave soul to work the drive-thru.
Which president was a hangman, which owned a saloon, the country’s deadliest job, and more fascinating trivia about American history and culture.
Get ready to have the hair on the back of your neck stand on end. These unsolved mysteries are among the most chilling we’ve ever heard.
If you’ve ever reached for a morning “cup of joe” or passed an exam “with flying colours,” you’re well on your way to becoming a military terms pro.
ABCDEFG seems to make a lot more sense than QWERTY. This is why designers went with the latter.
You don’t have to walk around proclaiming “to be or not to be” to bring Shakespeare into everyday conversation. Here’s how you’re already doing it.
That knight in shining armour from your favourite childhood fairy tale may play a part.
Are you a word nerd who thinks they’ve heard it all? You’ll love these amazing facts about the English language.
Three-year-old George, as well as his two-year-old sister Princess Charlotte, are learning to speak one common foreign language.
We can all learn a lesson in relationships from these loving animal couples.
Zounds! These obsolete yet colourful words have fallen out of use, but you’ll sound super smart mixing them into your next cocktail conversation.
Who knew it would be this many?
Plenty of animals migrate or hibernate, but what do bees do?
A Dutchman calls it the monkey’s tail, an Israeli insists it’s a strudel. They aren’t bantering about some new simian-themed bakery; they’re just describing the @ symbol!