What’s waiting for you in the murky depths of the ocean?
Not so tough now, are you Canada?!
This one is for anyone who’s younger than Friends, Simba, and the Sony PlayStation.
Synonym [sin-uh-nim] noun 1. a word having the same or nearly the same meaning as another in the language, as happy, joyful, elated.
From Mountain Carolina, to Nice Rectangle, to the So Big Lake white with foam, god bless Aidaho, my home sweet home!
In Japan, job applicants are compelled to attach shomei-shashin or ID photos to their resumes when they send them in. Could we get hired for our own jobs in Japan?
We made it our singular mission in Tokyo to sample and rank every strange thing we came across in a vending machine. It was a lot of things!
If you already have a Japanese name and get that result, go thank your parents for getting it right!
We brought a bunch of nostalgic American candy to Tokyo for our Japanese colleagues to try. They didn’t really like it!
WARNING: You will hate yourself if you do this and it will ruin your day.
Finally, a trivia test you can ace!
Six words to unlock your happiness.
You could stare at the comets crashing over the Netscape logo for hours.
“We’ll take it from here.” –America
It’s a next gen system. It’s a portable system. It’s a multiplayer system. It’s out of control.
No, we can’t use it in a sentence.
Uff da! This is a toughie.
Prepare for spoilers, a few things you probably actually didn’t miss, and some good, old-fashioned nerdery.
Estoy aprendiendo gramática y vocabulario básico que tú probablemente olvidaste años atrás. ¿Cuánto recuerdas? ¿Pasarías este examen?