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Sometimes “til death do you part” isn’t soon enough.
At the Academy Awards, sometimes the best (and funniest) lines didn’t appear in the films.
Turns out our leaders have quite the lexicons. Find out which presidents’ choice words have stuck around as part of our modern banter.
Cartoonist Jessica Hagy presents a comprehensive guide to awkward moments.
“And I’ve got the right to remain silent!”
Great Showdowns: The Return features iconic confrontations of cinema, as captured by illustrator Scott Campbell in his simple drawings. How many do you recognize?
Don’t let the powdered wigs fool you. When the Declaration of Independence was signed, America’s founding fathers were not nearly as old as you thought.
Damn you, autocomplete!
The only thing worse than an unhelpful sign is an unhelpful sign with attitude.
Heading to the big game? You may need to leave these items at home.
In his book 50 States of Lego, photographer Jeff Friesen takes a comical yet artful look at the building blocks of America, one state at a time. Here are some of our favorites.
Once in a while, someone in a position to know better responds to a truly dim-witted suggestion with, “Sure, what the heck, let’s try it,” and beyond all expectations, it succeeds.
They may sound like jokes, but these critter capers were fetched from real headlines.
The man who gave the world “yada, yada, yada” and “shrinkage” gives you an inside look at writing the best sitcom ever.
We condensed the 635-page epic that is Moby Dick into a pretty funny, fairly tight emoji story. Yes, Melville is spinning in his grave.
Laugh all you want, but these funny people are actually wise guys.
A lifelong fussy eater, this writer is unapologetic about saying, “No, thank you!”
We tested the ten most tempting household helpers: read up before you put your money down.
From lawn-mowing to land mine detection, animals across the world are joining the work force.