We've found the ultimate source for anti-Brexit burn. At least gigglesnort yourself through UK's grace period, pending terminal Post-colonial irrelevance.
Us Finns have a few national traits we can no longer get away with. These six Finnish bad habits should be instantly banished back into the forest. Here's why.
According to a recent survey, the USA is the world's 2nd most popular country. Yet despite the love for aspects of the American way of life, there's many American customs the rest of the world finds, frankly, bizarre.
The New Year gives us all an opportunity to live life in a new way. For example, many of us get stressed dealing with people. Luckily, there are tons of simple yet creative life tips, which show you how to handle life like a champ! To help you win in 2015, we’ve rounded up 15 psychological life hacks that are used by successful people everywhere.
A good quote can do a lot: give you an inspirational boost, soothe your soul, or provide some much-needed perspective. But the best quotes? They give you chills.
If you're not a writer, you probably have a certain perception of literary life. Take Hollywood. It just loves to portray the drink and drug addled escapades of wild writers like Hemingway, Hunter S. Thompson and Truman Capote. Sadly, or happily, depending upon your liver, the truth is a little more mundane. Here's 15 universal truths, which I've unearthed from half a dozen years' banging at keys and gazing at a flickering cursor.
Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” If this sounds like a philosophy you can relate to, then you’ll love TED talks
Beneath Robin Williams' zany exterior, we always suspected a very special person lurked. These Robin Williams quotes prove that was indeed the case.
There aren’t many writers who witnessed a 20th century apocalypse at first hand. But of those who have Kurt Vonnegut’s response, Slaughter House Five, is arguably the most memorable.
The dystopian novel has a long, dark and intriguing history. Kicking off in 1726 with Jonathan Swift’s rip-roaring satire Gulliver’s Travels, it’s gone through numerous transformations in the last three centuries. One thing all these books share, though, is that they make us think long and hard about the societies we live in.