Mental Floss fills us in on a bunch of trivia we never knew about our cash, from the earliest forms of currency, to the least valuable bills, to what money stays the cleanest, and where to find an ATM in Antarctica.
The Late Show has a new segment where host Stephen Colbert and his guest talk about the mysteries of life on the fly. Watch Stephen and Tom Hanks talk about time machines, deepest fears and more. So we’re not the only one who thinks we might be particles inside a giant.
Nike does a brilliant job capturing what it’s like bringing up the rear in a foot race, and the feeling of personal accomplishment that results by pushing yourself to the end, even if you’re not among the fastest.
The Corkscrew at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is one of the most famous bits of road on any circuit in the world. It’s both a challenge and a blast in a race car, but five-year-old Juliette shows us it can be just as fun while riding on a bicycle.
Nation– er folks, we’ve gotten so used to seeing Colbert the satirical Republican that when he got The Late Show gig we wondered what “the real Stephen” would be like. He did too, so he went back to being a The Daily Show correspondent to investigate.
What’s more ridiculous: that two high school kids in 2015 asked their homecoming dates out by making a music video for a song from 1984 while wearing clothes from the 1990s, or just the fact that these mustached giants are high school kids?
A girl is insulted when her close guy friend tells her that on a scale of 1 to 10, she’d be a 2. So she steps up to the challenge, but he refuses to give ground. Then your crotches get confused.
While waiting for the rest of the gang to pull off a robbery, a getaway driver takes out his nervousness on a fly. Writer and director Olly Williams turns a plot for a skit into an intense and brutal, but still hilarious slapstick short.