Welcome to another round-up of Discovered treasures! Last week we found out that beer is more than just a tasty beverage and that Tetris might just hold the answers to the universe. This week’s finds range from the other-worldly to decades past.
15 Things You Never Knew About Saved By The Bell (Answers.com)
Where my 90s kids at? Here’s a blast from the past from our old friends Zach Morris, A.C. Slater, Kelly Kapowski and the rest of the Bayside High crew.
Eating After 8p.m.: What It Does to Your Metabolism (P&G Everyday)
This one’s for the nighttime snackers. We all do it, creeping to the fridge for a quick, delicious treat to energize use before we dream. We’ve all heard the warning that eating past 8p.m. is the culprit of weight gain. Well, this may not be the case.
Mythical Things That Actually Existed (BoreBurn)
While difficult to verify, the existence of mythical creatures may have some truth to it. Or maybe we’re just letting our imaginations run wild. BoreBurn has provided us with a list of 10 mythical things that were supposed to have existed. Go on, let your curiosity get the better of you.
Top 15 Slow-Cooker Recipes of All Time (Food.com)
Listen up, party hosts and cooking lovers, slow-cookers are back in style for easy, delicious meals that everyone will love. Food.com has rounded up the top 15 recipes to make in a slow-cooker.
Things You Should Know About Space (TrillEffect)
Somewhere in the outer space, a gigantic water pool so enormous it can hold 140 trillion times more water than the earth’s oceans combined is floating. Ponder that while you read the rest of these space facts.
10 Worst Cities in the World for Pickpocketing (Escape Here)
Now here’s something I wish I would have learned before I went traveling abroad. Take note, travelers, keep your bags close and your passports closer.
Image courtesy of Saved By The Bell Wikia.