A few weeks ago a friend told me about his new girlfriend's cat. The girl had gotten it from a shelter and named it Paws (which is a terrible name for a cat but whatever) after she realized how cute he was with those little paws on his big, scruffy body. Paws was very affectionate and friendly to her when they were dating, but as soon as she got engaged things changed. Now the cat was hostile toward him whenever she left the apartment.
"It started off like normal," said my friend. "Paws was just being an asshole when we're out. He doesn't want to be around people at all." Then one night when they were together in their home Paws jumped into bed beside them and growled menacingly. Apparently, something had set him off. Something made him fly off into unholy feline rage. Turns out, it was an article my friend had been reading -- a list of fifteen facts that went ...
Lord of the Rings doesn’t even come close to passing the Bechdel Test.
Sony infringed on copyright to catch users doing the same.
There may be a fourth domain of life that is just giant viruses.
Lice on your head and in your pants are key in understanding human evolution.
The Mongols also invaded Japan.
Police officers in Norway must complete 3 years of higher education.
Man-Thing and Swamp Thing debuted within weeks of each other.
A Garth Brooks song was too progressive for country radio.
There is no such thing as the Chilean Sea Bass.
A type of moth looks and smells like bird crap.
The idea to make Resident Evil more cool turned into Devil May Cry.
Don’t joke about sniffing glue when you’re a pilot.
A type of tree is as fire resistant as steel.
Eagles will save the easy to catch food for when their babies start hunting.