People Are Re-Appreciating "Home Alone" As Adults, And Sharing The "Less-Obvious" Moments They Find Hilarious Now
"The conversation between Catherine O'Hara and John Candy in the polka van, which I was not surprised at all to learn was completely improvised by those two, as it must have been like old times for the friends/SCTV costars. The funeral story alone would be funny, but Candy's matter-of-fact, almost cheerful way of telling it, plus O'Hara's reaction, make it arguably the funniest scene in the movie."
"At 2½ years old, the downstairs neighbor was cleaning his shotgun when it fired through the floor right next to my bed."
People Are Already Making Hilarious Jokes And Memes About "House Of The Dragon" Season 2 — Here Are The Best
"Me and the audience supporting Daemon and Rhaenyra in their criminal power couple era coming this new season..."
"A stunning achievement in Japanese cinema that had me in literal tears at the end."
Definitely don't make these the last images you see before going to bed tonight.
The Family International, formerly known as The Children of God (among many other names), which has been accused of all kinds of awful abuse, has been around since the late 1960s. Past members include celebrities like River and Joaquin Phoenix, and Rose McGowan.
That famous pink Chanel suit Jackie Kennedy wore remains uncleaned, still splattered in JFK's blood, and is currently stored inside a climate-controlled vault in the National Archives. It will remain "out of public view" until at least 2103.
Andrew Gosden was last seen on CCTV leaving King's Cross station in London on Sept. 14, 2007, after withdrawing £200 from his bank account and buying a one-way ticket from Doncaster (his hometown) to London.
Judy Buenoano, aka “The Black Widow,” killed three people — her husband, boyfriend, and her son, who was just 19 years old.
All of these people make me feel so stupid, and that's OK with me.
Maybe the story of Tara Calico's disappearance left you feeling unsettled because a creepy AF Polaroid photo of (possibly) her showed up in a parking lot a year after she went missing...
My Innocent Little Brain Is Crying After Learning About These Really, Really, Reaaaaaallly Unsettling Things
A man named Charles Osborne had hiccups for 68 years straight. It was estimated he hiccupped 430 million times before dying in 1991 at the age of 97.
Merv Griffin, who created iconic game shows like Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune, has a grave featuring the line, "I will NOT be right back after this message."
"No one ever talks about the mysterious David Grubbs murder. David was my best friend, and they are still no closer to solving the case that happened years ago."
"I was shocked at the last-minute curveball in The Staircase. No spoilers, but it came completely out of nowhere, sounded ridiculous, but when I thought about it, it made so much sense."
IDK why, but men sure love to misuse hot dogs and tortillas.
"Carl Tanzler, a radiologist who had fallen in love with a woman named Maria Elena Milagro de Hoyos, who was dying from tuberculosis. Eventually, when she died, Tanzler had embalmed her body and had taken it home with him, where he would perform necrophilia on her body for seven years until being discovered."
26 People Who Were Brave Enough To Share Photos Of Very, Very, Very Weird Notes They Found Or Received
"Hey, I think you're really cute. I've noticed you work at Bed Bath & Beyond, been checking you out for a bit, and I think next time I see your car here, I'm finally gonna go and talk to you, hope this doesn't creep you out." — Secret Admirer
"I killed them all, of course."
Storage Wars star Darrell Sheets said he actually found a corpse wrapped in plastic inside a storage locker.