How Tech Is Still Making The World More Smaller Than Ever

I have lived in more than one country and state in my life, meaning that when I say that tech has made my world smaller, it’s because I know what I’m talking about. When I say tech, I mostly mean social media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, in addition...

Amazing Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali is perhaps the most famous surrealist painter of all time, painting crazy pictures, and just being an eccentric person overall. There are tons of stories of him and his crazy antics, all of which only served to increase the mystique surrounding him and his crazy paintings. Dali never...

Why people are left-handed

It’s curious how some people have genetic differences to one another, don’t you think? For instance, many of us have different colored eyes to each other. And, while the majority of people are right-handed, a vast amount of people in the world are actually left-handed. Yes, you also get those...

Hangover cures that are backed by science

Whether planning a night in or getting a last-minute text from a friend to meet them at a bar, having a drink at the weekend can be a fun way to unwind after a week at work. However, when the next morning rolls around that ’one more drink’ from the...

Amazing things about ketchup

When it comes to condiments, we all have a favorite, and, for many of us, ketchup ranks as the go-to condiment. Perfect for dipping, dolloping, and spreading, and ideal with so many different foods. There are just some dishes that require ketchup to give them that tangy, tomato-ey kick. There’s...

Things you never knew about the chin

The chin is not a body part we generally think about that much, and why would we? It doesn’t really seem to have much of a function, and it’s pretty generic. The truth is, we can’t all have an awesome chine like Bruce Campbell, or Jimmy Hill – most of...

Delish foods to keep you warm this winter

Winter, as Jon Snow has been saying for years, is coming. Luckily, we don’t have White Walkers, or the Army of the Dead to prepare for! However, we do have cold, bitter nights, and swirling rain to contend with. The days get shorter, and the long, dark nights set in,...

The battle that changed the way you talk

We all know the story of The Battle of Hastings, and William the Conqueror’s significant victory there. But, despite what you might have read or studied in High School history class, you might not have realized the significance of the battle, and how it would come to shape the futures...

Things you didn’t know about ancient mathematics

  Math is one of those subjects you either love or loathe, there is generally no middle ground. Personally, we dig the black and white nature of math, as well as the way it allows us to improve problem-solving skills. For as long as there have been numbers math has...

Is a “Dog Year” Really Seven Human Years?

When it comes to working out dogs’ age, we’ve always been told that one year in human years is the equivalent of seven years in doggy terms. This myth was heightened during the ‘80s when a string of commercials graced our airwaves and told us that one poor dog (the...

How to prepare your phone for travel

We all love to travel and explore the world; it’s the perfect way of improving and advancing personal experiences. Travel is so important for those looking to experience new cultures and come up with new ways of relaxing and keeping entertained. There is a lot to think about when you’re...

Bad alternatives for planes

Planes might seem like a scary proposition for a lot of people, but, statistically speaking they are the safest way to travel. Planes are a wonderful feat of engineering, and actually a lot safer than even the cars we drive. They are also great for travel across the world and...

The best fighters in Bushido

Bushido is a Japanese term for a code of ethics and is the way in which a lot of fighters choose to live their lives. The movement started in Ancient Japan, with the samurai warriors and shogun, who would adopt the principles and teachings of Bushido to live their lives...

Real TV locations that you can visit

Our favorite TV shows live long in our imagination, and we sometimes wish we could live out the lives and experiences of our favorite characters. Wouldn’t you like to check out some of these epic locations from some of the best all-time TV shows? The White House – Breaking Bad...

How dogs became a house pet

Dogs are a man’s best friend (and a woman’s for that matter), and they are the most popular household pets in the world. What is it that has made dogs such good companions over the years, and how did they first come to be pets? Well, this is what we’re...

Things you did not know about the scarecrow

A scarecrow is an enduring image of western culture and plays a big role in the history of the modern world. The scarecrow, simply put, is a straw doll or mannequin that is designed to act as a decoy human. They are ordinarily the size and shape of humans, and...

5 radio shows that you need to hear

These days it seems that radio is something of a dying medium. People spend so much time in front of Netflix, on social media, or on their phones, and not enough people take the time to enjoy good, old-fashioned radio anymore. This is a pity because there are loads of...

The story behind Eduard Khil’s meme

Internet memes have become increasingly popular ever since message boards and chat rooms came about. Memes are used as a way of communicating particular feelings or opinions on a topic through the form of an image, song, or video. This is usually, but not always, done in an amusing and...

Frank Lloyd Wright – Why His Buildings are White Elephants

Frank Lloyd Wright is a name synonymous in architecture circles, as he was one of the most controversial and flamboyant architects of his time. He was directly responsible for designing over 1,000 structures, with over 500 actually completed and built. As well as designing homes and apartments, Wright was responsible...
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