Image: France 2 A lot of people want to be on television, but for Melanie Segard, a young French woman with Down syndrome, her lifelong dream of being a weather forecaster seems impossible to realize.
This escalator spells out the rules for you. If you are going to stand still, stay on the right. If you are walking, keep to the left.
Does your state love marijuana or think it's the devil's weed? Estately compiled a number of stats to figure out which states love the ganja the most.
Mae is an imaginative young girl who does artwork with a magical touch. But her friends at the slumber party have a different idea of fun, and it's no fun for her.
Tom Gauld (previously on Neatorama) has a suggestion for what to do with obsolete scientific theories: turn them into heavy metal band names!
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Have you ever wondered which countries are the most sexually active? Or which people are the most likely to put out on a first date?
You can "count" on me by Adrian Serghie It's good to be surrounded by people you can count on in life, people who add to your personal experiences instead of subtracting from your fun and forming a division between you and your friends.
The Grim Reaper has many amazing abilities he/she/it uses to help travel across the globe and gather souls, but those powers don't make their life any less monotonous and exhausting.
On the advice of a playwright friend, actor Robert Harling sat down and wrote a play about the pain his family went through when his sister Susan died of complications from diabetes.
Photo: Ana Barbara Ferreira/Facebook When Ana Barbara Ferreira, a teacher from Sao Paulo, Brazil, found out that one of her student was saddened after being ridiculed by a boy for having "ugly hair," she decided to user her head to solve the problem.
A while back one of those "As Seen On TV" companies started selling a product that helps people cook eggs in a long rod shape, which seemed like a mighty strange shape for an egg.
When Captain James Cook and his crew landed in Hawaii (which they called the Sandwich Islands) in 1778, the meeting set off a culture clash that has repercussions to this day.
Image: Village of East Harbor Senior Living A horse in a nursing home sounds like the beginning of a joke, but bringing an actual Clydesdale horse into the Village of East Harbor Senior Living Community in Michigan turns out to be great therapy.
After 15 years or so of Marvel movies raking in billions of dollars by using teams of superheroes in The Avengers, X-Men, and Guardians of the Galaxy, DC is finally ready to jump in with Justice League this November.
Image: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute Smog getting you down?
Photographer Aydın Büyüktaş traveled the Western states of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and California.
Photographer Andrew Ward became fascinated with the phenomena of abandoned couches on city streets. He is a native of Dublin, but moved to Los Angeles to work in the film industry.
Pink Puff in Outer Space by nextodie Do you ever wonder what you're looking at when you see a colorful streak soar across the night sky?
The Simpsons has contributed so much to pop culture, and society in general, that it's no wonder the show is still going strong nearly 30 years later.