To incorporate all the letters of the alphabet into a sentence and ideally use each letter just once – that is a pangram. It is a challenge that works for all alphabet-based languages. Apart of the fun, the practical use of pangrams is, for example, when testing a new font to make certain it has all the letters of the alphabet. Here are some examples.
Some of the scariest illnesses are invisible until the microscope reveals them to be fascinatingly beautiful. As if to compensate for the undesirable effects of their very existence, many of the magnified viruses and bacteria could be mistaken for pieces of art.
You always recognize it – a song comes into your head and you can't stop it from repeating its loop. Many of these have become more famous than the bands that created them. And so they go on and on in radios and supermarkets, and most people don´t even know who is singing. Let‘s have a look at some of these "One Hit Wonders".
Towns are bigger than villages, cities larger than towns and countries stands above the cities - some countries though, are so small, that they would easily fit within a largish village. Which are the smallest countries? Check it out here.
Wednesday divides the week closer to the weekend and that is a good reason to be happy. To even further improve your mood, check out our photo gallery for some jokes.
Animals are the best, and our Photo Gallery shows some of the most unforgettable expressions and gestures from the animal kingdom. Check out the best of them.
A plane flying straight to the Moon, a rainbow forming a perfect circle and on top of it adding a double . . . waiting for pictures like these requires patience, or else just luck, and being at the right place at the right time.
Left or right - which is the correct side of the road for driving, or shall we say the original one? If we go simply by the numbers alone, then it would have to be the right side which is used by a major part of the world. Neverthelees, eventhough just 35% of population drives on the left side and the practice has it has its roots in the middle ages. At that time the practicality of carrying a gun on the left side facilitated the possibility to draw the weapon with the right hand (the majority of the population was and still is right-handed). Therefore, keeping to the left side had its purpose.
With the summer just ahead, the time has come to prepare travel plans. For those who prefer a bit of an adventure rather than spending time on the beach, here is a travel tip. Visit the most beautiful natural pools around the world.
Eiffel Tower in Paris, Charles Bridge of Prague or Big Ben of London. To name the major landmarks of these cities is not difficult. But to guess the name of the city by the skyline, specially when taken early in the morning or at around sunset, might be bit more of a challenge. How many correct answers would you get?