MSN: The Verge
READ: ji32k7au4a83 is a surprisingly bad password
The password “ji32k7au4a83” might look fairly secure thanks to its seemingly random jumble of letters and numbers. But surprisingly, that exact password has appeared in 141 data breaches
By Shannon Liao
READ: Whiskey that tastes like “a burning hospital”
One Scotch whiskey distillery is advertising its product by telling everyone how awful it tastes.
By Kim Peterson
VIDEO: Why SNOWPIERCER is a sequel to WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
Tweet @ChrisEvans after watching this video and get him to admit that Snowpiercer is a sequel to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
By Voice and theory by Luke Palmer
VIDEO: Why Post Malone Is So Damn Catchy
Face tattoos, unkempt hair, and beer-swilling aren’t the typical blueprint for pop stardom.
MSN: Best Life
LIST: 40 Hilarious Things Everyone Has Secretly Done
Some people have skeletons in their closet, and some of us have just a few bones.
By Bob Larkin
LIST: 10 False Animal Facts Most People Think are True
Whether by fable, fallacy or fairy tale, there are many things we think we know about animals that are just plain wrong.
By Melissa Breyer
READ: What Happens to Men Who Stay Bachelors Forever, According to Science
Men who never marry or have kids might not be as lonely as they seem.
By Lauren Vinopal
MSN: Readers Digest
LIST: 10 Outrageous Tree Houses You’ll Want in Your Backyard
The UFO, The Lightbox, Stilt House, Two Castles, and more.
By Daryl Chen
Sammiches & Psych Meds
READ: Micro-Generation Born Between 1977-1983 Given New Name
As someone born in the early 1980s, I have never really identified with Generation X or The Millennials.
By Jorrie Varney
MSN: Mental Floss
LIST: 13 Facts About Friday the 13th
Part of superstition surrounding Friday the 13th comes from the Christian Bible.
By Jay Serafino
READ: Banksy’s shredded Sotheby’s art was a rebuke of empty consumerism from a master
Banksy was trolling the art world long before he shredded his own painting.
By Aja Romano
READ: The surreal, sad story behind the acclaimed new doc ‘Three Identical Strangers’
When they were first reunited at age 19, the triplets quickly discovered how much they shared in common.
By Amy Kaufman
ARTWORK: You Can’t Unsee Donald Trump in Spam Form
Welcome to your new nightmare!
By Whitney Filloon
VIDEO: In Theory: Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory Fan Theory
Get weird with this fan theory that blends Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory with Dante’s Inferno…
The Daily Beast
READ: How an Ex-Cop Rigged McDonald’s Monopoly Game and Stole Millions
On August 3, 2001, a McDonald’s film crew arrived in the bustling beach town of Westerly, Rhode Island. They carried their cameras and a giant cashier’s check to a row of townhouses, and knocked on the door of Michael Hoover.
By Jeff Maysh
LIST: 32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life
And all you have to do is read them!
By Erin La Rosa
ARTWORK: Illustrated U.S. Map From 1932 Shows the Medicinal Plants Native to Each State
Renowned for the rarity of its cartographic treasures, the David Rumsey Map Collection is a one-of-a-kind organization.
By Kelly Richman-Abdou
ARTWORK: These 15 Drawings Are An Incredible Reflection of What’s Wrong With Society
For centuries art has been used as a tool for telling the human story. What we look like, what we do, artistic expressions of our society – all are encompassed in centuries worth of art.
By Joe Martino
Playtpuses Sweat Milk, ‘See’ With Electricity, And That’s Not Even The Weirdest Thing
20 Bartenders Reveal What Your Drink Says About You
Consensus? Basically that anyone who orders a Jager bomb is an idiot. But apparently, so are people who order Blowjobs!
By Madison Moore