Celebrating their 100th birthday, Oreo depicts moments in history with the ever popular cookie of nostalgia and milk dunking. This one showing the first step on the moon is the best. Prohibition comes in a close second. [via]
This past week I was shackled by a, um, condition where it was painful to move and difficult to concentrate, and Boost nutritional drinks were my friend, and solid foods were my enemy. (TMI?) I didn't even know this was an issue for people under 30. My caring wife, the ER doctor, looked it up in her medical dictionary, Hardwood-Nuss' Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, and this is what she found.
I guess venn diagrams are used for other things besides song lyrics and comics.
Take your fiber this Thanksgiving holiday. Thank me later.
"Do or do not. There is no try." — Yoda [via]
In case you're wondering whether you should be drinking in that local park (you know, the one with the horsey and swings) this weekend, Jen Cotton for Grubstreet New York offers this guide. [Thanks, Ben]
Slate places cartoon characters from past and present within the frame of a color wheel.
Why are the Smurfs blue? Why is Doug's Beebe Bluff purple? Our aim is not to answer these existential questions. When asked why the Simpsons are yellow, Yeardley Smith (voice of Lisa) explained only that Matt Groening "thought that it would be really funny if, when people watched The Simpsons, they thought that maybe the color on their TV was off."
Totally ridiculous. And that's what makes it fun.
xkcd pokes fun at correlation and causation again. Funny every time.
In another reword of the pivotal scene in Der Untergang, Adolf Hitler learns topology. Still makes me laugh every time.