Forget about that spreadsheet for a second and cast your eyes over something that will both entertain and serve you no purpose in life. This is your weekly hit of interesting facts for men - stuff we've always wondered but never bothered to find out about. Well no more. From human killing plants to why there's so much damn oil in the Middle East, this is your bar banter refined for the Magnificent Bastard. Plants That Can Kill You See those little green things growing in your yard?
When the start of your working week gets the most of you, it's time to procrastinate the right way. We're not talking about hiding in stationery room for the next eight hours. There's a more pleasant way to do it and that's by feeding your brain with pointless and awesome facts that you'll both love and not give a toss about. This is your weekly hit of interesting facts for men served medium rare. Dirty NASA Secrets You Didn't Know About Humans may have only been in space for the past
Playboy shocked the world in 2015 by announcing the unthinkable: the magazine would no longer publish photos of fully nude women. Instagram star Sarah McDaniel had the honour of gracing the first clothed cover in March 2016, while Dree Hemingway (Ernest's great-granddaughter) took the issue's centerfold spot. But as any scientist knows, some experiments don't go according to plan. In a bid to make Playboy great again, Hef's infamous men's mag has announced a return to nudity following last
The wave of workplace dreariness is likely clawing away at your sanity right now. Worry not men, we've got you like Jack had Rose. Only we won't pike out and prematurely die from a bit of frostbite (because we're website). Here are this week's five most interesting facts for men. Celebrities Who Rejected Famous Roles You've heard of the stories of poor celebrities before they were famous but how about those who were given the chance to break into Hollywood...and then rejected it? Yep....
This story was originally published on Gizmodo Are you jaded? Filled with ennui? A so-called millennial who keeps being told to stop asking for handouts? Then oh boy, do I have a fun game for you — let's figure out what kind of apathy you have. While scientists observe apathy or a "reduction in motivation" as a symptom of some brain disorders, they don't have a metric for measuring it in healthy people. A team of scientists from the University College London and the University of Oxf...
This story was originally published on Gizmodo Life is weird. Between the mysteries that baffle scientists, strange disappearances and even stranger reappearances, there are some things that we just can't explain. It turns out a lot of those things happened in 2016, and no, we're not talking about Trump being elected president. Creepy Clowns On The Rise With everything else that's been happening this year, it's easy to forget that in 2016 we were invaded by creepy, vaguely threatening
Welcome to the end. The end of the prime that was once every young man's domain. The only issue now? You're pushing forty and have somehow become the last man standing in this once bountiful playground. Let's be a bit more specific. Your squad has grown up, they're getting hitched, they have gotten hitched and some are beginning to spawn freakish looking offspring at an alarming rate. Your Facebook feed is constantly filled with 'X is now engaged with Y', and hourly updates of [insert cu...
Run, you fools This story was originally published on Collective Hub While some insist that ‘sorry’ is the hardest word, if you’re actively participating in the modern world, we think a harder word would still be the seemingly simple ‘no’. Whether it’s the eternally impossible task of that dinner with friends that never seems to eventuate, trying to surface above the deluge of extra work or just trying to make life... ↬ Click here to view the full article/gallery on D'Marge
Sit on it and rotate This story was originally published on Gizmodo Ever wonder if your dog recalls those times you were were a really shitty owner? The latest science shows they most certainly do. A new study published in Current Biology shows that dogs, like humans, can recall prior events, even when those events weren't particularly important or meaningful at the time. This suggests that dogs have "episodic memo... ↬ Click here to view the full article/gallery on D'Marge
Why you haven't gotten that pay rise Still hanging out for that pay rise talk you asked for more than a year ago? Your boss isn't ghosting you - it's likely that your email was just shit. Grammarly, the handy browser extension which flags dodgy grammar and spelling as you type has conducted a comprehensive analysis of over a billion words which their system has corrected. What they discovered was that people wh... ↬ Click here to view the full article/gallery on D'Marge The