Jill Harness gave us two features this week, beginning with 10 Amazing Stories of Animal Prosthetics.
And her article Fast Food Flavors You Won’t Find In The US was the most-commented-on post of the week.
How to Write a Ph.D. Dissertation from the Annals of Improbable Research found its way into graduate student forums and provided some comic relief for those currently going through the process.
Mental_floss magazine gave us 5 Habits of Highly Effective Outlaws.
And Tipper vs. Music came to us courtesy of Uncle John's Bathroom Reader.
At NeatoBambino this week, we learned where to get toy tattoo guns for our kids, how to interrogate a baby, and how a toddler's brain is organized -or rather, disorganized.
In the What Is It? game this week, the very first answer was correct -it’s a form for baking bread (or a “bread mold” which sounds like a fungus). Anker wins a t-shirt from the NeatoShop for knowing that! The funniest answer came from The Professor, who said, “It’s a good old-fashioned can of whoop-ass!” he wins a t-shirt, too! See the answers to all the mystery items of the week at the What Is It? blog.
When you're caught up on everything from this week, you can access past feature articles at The Best of Neatorama. And have a great weekend!