• Hangover Helper [Infographic]

    With the Super Bowl this weekend, chances are we’ll all be doing a little too much drinking. And until the day after becomes a national holiday, we’l all be heading to work Monday morning with monster hangovers. To lessen the pain, here are some delicious cures from around the world. And if you’re the proactive type, there are even some tips on what to do to prevent a hangover in the first place. Now does anyone know where I can get some lamb intestines? I really want to give that Kokoreç a shot.

  • 9 Household Uses For Leftover Beer [Infographic]

    The Super Bowl is coming, which means that you’ll host a big party and, inevitably, after all your guests leave, you’ll be left with a few dozen not-quite-empty bottles of beer scattered around the house. What are you going to do? Pour them all into a pitcher and enjoy 64 ounces of superbrew? No. Please don’t do that. It turns out beer is actually good for a whole bunch of stuff around the house! Check out these tips and let us know if they actually work because we’re not about rub beer and eggs all over our faces.

  • Look at The Cost of Living in Every Global Region

    The cost of living in a specific region varies through the peaks and valleys of their economy, but it looks as though there are definitely some consistencies with some regions of the world. Movehub.com have compiled some awesome data that forces us to take a look at the entire world and realize just how staggering the data is. As we all know, Scandinavian countries have a very consistent and high CoL, but did you know Venezuela also claims one of the top 3 spots? Take a look at every global region below.

  • Scientific Graphs and Charts That Describe The Journey to Your 30s

    If you’re reading this it’s probably too late. You’re there. Turning 30 is the most dreaded birthday of them all. In fact every big 0 birthday is pretty bad after 30, but by that time you probably won’t give a fuck about birthdays anyway. The glory days of your 20s are over, everything is changing, social media is now a firm reminder of that. Baby photos, weddings, your dads Facebook comments sometimes make you chuckle, all of these indicate one thing; you’re 30. Or close. The Bold Italic has created a series of very scientific graphs and charts to reaffirm exactly where you stand on the journey to 30. If science now intrigues you, you’re probably 30.

  • Find Our Which Job In Hollywood Is Right For You [Infographic]

    Every day, approximately 300,000,000 starry-eyed cinephiles move to Los Angeles to make it in the motion picture industry. Some of them want to star in movies; some want to write them, some want to direct. Very few will actually do so. Fortunately, there are a lot of careers in filmmaking beyond the holy trinity of acting-writing-directing, and a wry new infographic details who exactly is qualified for them.

  • Would You Make a Good Superhero?

    We know you’ve dreamed of if, but is there a chance that you could actually be a superhero? Maybe you’re thinking of a career change, maybe you just want to help people or maybe you just like the feel of spandex on your skin. This infographic and poster series by Charley Chartwell will tell you everything you need to know to make a good super hero, including alter ego’s, house hold items that might come in handy and of course, a weakness.

  • The World As 100 People Will Blow Your Mind

    Designer Jack Hagley has created an infographic based on what the world would like if it were represented by 100 people. The statistics cover a broad range, including: gender, age, race and religion. You can find the original source of the data used here.

  • Which Apocalyptic Threats Are Most Likely To Do Us In? [Infographic]

    Did you make a New Year’s resolution to work on your bucket list and live every day like it was your last? Good, because the end of the world is just around the corner. Maybe. BBC Future has compiled this infographic mapping out the various ways the world could end and when those scenarios might play out. The good news is that most of the apocalyptic threats are far off and out of our hands. But just in case, we should probably be keeping a closer eye on those honey bee numbers…

  • Top New Year’s Resolutions [Infographic]

    It’s that time of year to promise ourselves we’ll change, work at it for a month tops, then return to the self-destructive behaviors we love to hate. Although most of us will make resolutions to lose weight or save money or get healthy, only 8% of us will follow through. So at least you’ll know you’re not alone in being a failure to yourself. Happy New Year! Here’s to a new you (for a few weeks).

  • The 1,234 Satellites Orbiting Earth [Infographic]

    If you’re wondering why no cool alien races have made their way to Earth, it’s probably because they don’t want to attempt to navigate through all the damn satellite traffic we’ve created. With the Soviet Union’s launch of Sputnik in 1957, humans have been sending these technological marvels into orbit for purposes of communication, research, and probably lots of spying. There are currently 1,234 operational satellites in orbit, with the oldest launched way back in 1974. And this infographic breaks them down by use and country. There’s a lot of info and if you’re having trouble reading, click on the image for the full-size version.

  • Everything You Need to Know About Boxing Day

    Boxing Day is a holiday traditionally celebrated the day following Christmas Day, when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts, known as a “Christmas box”, from their bosses or employers, in the United Kingdom, Barbados, Canada, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Kenya, South Africa, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and other former British colonies. Today, Boxing Day is the bank holiday that generally takes place on 26 December. In 2013, $540 million was spend online in the UK alone on Boxing Day. Check out our infographic below to learn more about how successful Boxing Day has been in the past and what offers shoppers are hoping to see online!

  • The Many Varieties Of Whiskey [Infographic]

    If you’re new to the brown stuff or even a seasoned veteran, trying to figure out what you’re looking at when you’re browsing the liquor stuff can be a daunting task. Gone are the days when you were limited to two or three Irish whiskeys, scotches, bourbons, and ryes. Don’t get us wrong, the immense variety is a great thing, but finding something to new to try can be a daunting task. Thankfully, this infographic from Pop Chart Lab makes the process much easier. Enjoy it below, learn a little something, and pick up a print for $29 from Pop Chart Lab.

  • 78 Cocktails Everyone Should Know [Infographic]

    Need to brush up on classic cocktail recipes for your holiday party? Don’t bother with that dusty copy of Mr. Boston. Just take a look at this simple, clear infographic from Information is Beautiful featuring 78 of the most common cocktails. Fun fact: Having never heard of a “Monkey Gland,” I did a little research. It’s a real cocktail from the 1920s and it’s named after a surgical procedure performed by French surgeon Serge Voronoff wherein he would graft monkey testicle tissue on to the testicles of men—for therapeutic reasons, of course. The more you know…

  • So You Need A Typeface [Infographic]

    Looking for the perfect font for your project or at least a good starting point? Then check out this flowchart from graphic designer Julian Hansen. And to appeal to those of us who are simpletons with no sense of style, Comic Sans is even included in the flowchart, although it can be a bit difficult to find. If you like the chart, check out more from Julian on Behance and order a print at Scribble.

  • 12 Drinks Of Christmas [Infographic]

    Christmas isn’t just a season of giving, it’s also a time to imbibe copious amounts of alcohol in order to put up with family members you try your best to avoid the rest of the year. In the spirit of both giving and drinking, Redditor eightballart created this infographic featuring 12 cocktails to coincide with the most annoying of holiday songs, “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” And hey, look, it’s already the afternoon! Time to get started with a Partridge in a Pear Tree.

  • Iconic Movie Glasses [Infographic]

    Quick: What do Tony Montana, Jeff Lebowski, Leon, and Morpheus all have in common? They all wore badass glasses. But be warned, those glasses only look good on them. If you’re not Laurence Fishburn, your Morpheus glasses will just make you look like that kid in high school who wore big silk shirts emblazoned with dragons. Plus, these are all pretty expensive glasses. How come the solar shades from Back to the Future II didn’t make the cut? They were only $2 at Pizza Hut!

  • The Evolution of the Holiday Party

    The holiday party is the most sought after seasonal party of them all. In the office it’s an inhibitions to the wind, non judgmental, boozefest where good times hare had and sometimes habitual lines are crossed. At home it’s an eggnog and hot spiked apple cider induced party that includes plenty of *NSYNC Christmas music, ugly Christmas sweaters and again inhibitions to the wind. Don’t ya just love the holidays? This inforgraphic by ebay in collaboration with Column Five, shows the different drinks, music, fashion trends and food through the past six decades of holiday partying.

  • Top 10 Countries To Visit In 2015 [Infographic]

    2015 is just a few weeks away, so it’s time to start making your plans for the new year. But if you’re having trouble deciding where in the world you should visit next year, let Lonely Planet help you out. The knowledgeable travel experts have revealed their top 10 countries to visit. Some are hidden gems, others are hosting big celebrations next year, but all of them are places not to miss. And for a quick overview of the top 10, check out this infographic with info about can’t-miss attractions.

  • Anatomy Of A Hangover [Infographic]

    Friday is here and chances are you’ll enjoy a drink or twelve this weekend then curse yourself when you awake with a hangover on Monday morning. How you can save yourself from the living hell of dehydration, nausea, and headache? By learning just what that deliciously evil alcohol is doing to your body. So study this infographic and take the proper precautions, including eating some food and drinking plenty of water. And maybe—and I know this is crazy—but maybe try not drinking quite so much. Or at least just stick to one alcohol. You’re on notice, Long Island Iced Tea.

  • Bizarre Folk Games From Around The World [Infographic]

    Getting bored with playing Cards Against Humanity at all your parties? Well that’s ridiculous, because it’s always fun. But if you really feel like you need to try something new, check out this infographic featuring 80 folk games from around the world. Could someone who is a bit more well-traveled let us know if these are all for real, though? Look at that Wife Carrying game from Finland. You carry a female through an “assault course.” That sounds…abusive and illegal. And those poor Estonian children racing around with potatoes on spoons. That must be the saddest game ever. Also, could we talk about where these interesting infographics come from? It’s always the most unrelated sites that produce such content. For instance, this one comes from Cape Portfolios, who rents luxury properties in Cape Town. And now I’m looking at pictures of places I’ll never rent in South Africa. So weird…


    Everybody knows to pair with the main dish, but if you’re looking to maximize your alcohol intake, why not try pairing with every dish? It may seem daunting to come up with the best wine, beer, and liquor to imbibe with all the different foods at Thanksgiving, but fear not, for the boozehounds at Vinepair have done all the work. Protip: If you want to try each paring, be sure to just take a sip of your drink or you will most certainly be dead before you can get that sweet deal on McAfee Antivirus at Walmart on Friday.

  • The Meaning Of Brand Names [Infographic]

    “What’s in a name?” pondered Juliet. A whole damn lot, Jules. Would a rose really smell so sweet if it was called a blooming fart stench? Probably not. And Virgin would probably not be such a huge company if they were called Inexperienced. And Haagen-Dazs would have a hard time selling premium ice cream if their name gave away the fact they were from the Bronx. Check out the stories behind 35 popular brand names and be glad that naive Juliet didn’t work in marketing.

  • The Lowdown On Hops [Infographic]

    For the most part, beer is made up of water, malt, hops, and yeast. Water, malt, and yeast are used for plenty of other things, too, so we’re all pretty familiar with them. But what exactly are hops? Why and how are they so important to making delicious brews? Let Scottish brewery BrewDog teach you all about the flavorful flowers with this informative infographic.

  • How Long Does It Take To Binge Watch Your Favorite Cartoon? [Infographic]

    With a holiday weekend on the way, you may be looking for an escape from familial obligations. Maybe you don’t want to have to keep explaining why you’re single to every relative. Or maybe you know you’ll be sitting next to Uncle Chet, who always rubs your shoulder and who you’re pretty sure isn’t even actually your uncle. Whatever your reasons for hating the holiday, there is no better escape than cartoons. But before you commit to binge on a series, you should know what you’re getting into. Wait a sec, how the hell does Pokemon have more episodes than The Simpsons, a show that’s been on for 25 years? Source: Nielsen

  • How To Recreate Buffalo Wild Wings Sauces At Home [Infographic]

    What’s better than greasy meat smothered in a delicious sauce? That’s a tough one. After all, there’s a reason that restaurants such as Buffalo Wild Wings rake in the business. Of course, if you find yourself besieged by a craving for chicken wings and spicy garlic dip, in all likelihood you’re going to have to shell out some cash in order to find satisfaction, and chances are you’re going to have to do it amid a crowd of people. On the other hand, you can save money and hassle by cooking up your own wings at home. And what about the sauces? Well, we’ve got you covered there as well. Take a look at this handy infographic, and get ready to enjoy some wild wings, without needing to go to the restaurant to do it.

  • A Perspective On Time [Infographic]

    Are you overwhelmed by time? Appointments, deadlines, TV schedules—time is a constant pain in the ass that rules over our lives with an iron fist. No wonder that Mussolini character was such a stickler when it came to schedules. But time doesn’t have to rule us. We can put a bullet in it and hang it from a meat hook, just like that Mussolini character. Slow down, take a deep breath, and get a fresh perspective on time and just how tiny of a blip our lives are in the grand scheme of things. So don’t worry so much about a looming deadline or a late train. Unless it’s the J, because that train is just a jerk…with a capital J!

  • 52 Common Myths, Busted [Infographic]

    Napoleon was around 5 feet tall right? Undercover cops have to identify themselves as cops if asked, right? Goldfish have a memory of 3 seconds, right? Well, no actually. Here are 52 common myths you most certainly thought were fact until now.

  • A Look at The Native American Influence on Over Half the U.S. States

    New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, both Dakotas and over half the country’s state name origins have ties back to Native American culture. With some names being disputed, some states have traces of even being a mistaken endonym. Column Five has created this infographic identifying each state with a Native American footprint accompanied with the derived tribe and meaning.

  • Flying Somewhere? Check Out The Most Popular 2nd Languanges in Every Country

    Everyone who speaks English as a first language automatically assumes that every country outside of their homeland speaks English. MovieHub, of all publications, has done it’s due diligence by archiving the second language from every country around the globe. English, as you might imagine, IS at the top of the list, but you may not guess what’s second. While some countries like Canada’s use of the French language, others will definitely surprise you, giving some insight into the histories of certain regions and how our global story has played out over hundreds of years.

  • The Ultimate Halloween Candy Guide

    Without candy Halloween would essentially just be the Purge. People in masks indulging in their darkest desires while inebriated on something that hinders their decisions. But there is, in fact, candy so it’s all good. Every year millions of little gromits flood the streets for candy in hopes of making their parents lives miserable while they run around the house through the night on a sugar high. Even the most health conscious dweebos sneak in a Reeses here or there. Here is the rundown for favorite Halloween candy out there and nutritional facts that you can ignore. Notice that hipster from down the street, Sage’s famous Halloween kale bars are no where on this list. No one likes a healthy halloween, Sage.

  • Wait, Americans Spend How Much on Halloween? [Infographic]

    U.S. retail sales were disappointing in September, worrying analysts that consumers may be feeling stretched or cautious as the biggest shopping season of the year rolls around. Some retailers make up as much as 30 percent of their yearly sales numbers from October to December. Kicking off the end of year spending season is Halloween. Just how much do Americans spend on trick-or-treating and other Halloween festivities? The National Retail Federation (NRF) forecasts total Halloween spending—including candy, costumes, and decorations—to come in at $7.4 billion this year. Halloween candy alone has run up a $2 billion tab every Halloween for the past three years, though the candy industry says that bad weather can lower the numbers slightly. “We are predicting a slight bump in Halloween confectionery sales this year (1.9 percent),” said Jenn Ellek of the National Confectioners Association. The NCA is expecting candy sales to reach $2.5 billion. Additionally, the NRF says that retailers could benefit this year from the holiday falling on a Friday, as parents will be more likely to take kids out and revelers more inclined to attend or throw parties, boosting costume sales. And don’t forget the puppies: The NRF estimates that Americans will spend $350 more »