It is unquestionably the best print campaign in the history of advertising. 55 ads.
Plus, one AMAZING short video. Happy Caturday.
These are some of my favorite things that happened on the Internet this year, on and off BuzzFeed.
Often what you find on the internet is not-safe-for-grandma, but it is possible for something to be totally wholesome and perfectly wonderful.
We laughed, we cried, we shared.
Let’s all learn from our mistakes, people.
This is it: Here is the definitive list of the most amazing GIFs that changed our lives this year.
Kids are weird but awesome. These are the absolute best of the best of 2012.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was in the spotlight all year long. Will it ever be as cool to be a Mormon as it was in 2012?
BRB, throwing out my iPhone. (via Damn You, Autocorrect)
Never stop ‘bombing, you guys. And stingrays.
Forty moments of pure joy from this year. Enjoy.
Sometimes, they get it so right.
The Idler Wheel… is startlingly honest, artistically bold, and undeniably the best album of 2012. It’s also one of the most gratifying success stories in music.
Most of our top shows will be back next year, but some of our favorite characters won’t. Here are the 2012 TV deaths we’re still mourning. (SPOILERS for Grey’s Anatomy, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Homeland, Mad Men, The Vampire Diaries, Hell on Wheels, Dexter, Breaking Bad, and Boardwalk Empire.)
It was a year when anything seemed possible.
Never has an acronym spread faster or been more infuriating. Thanks, Drake!
By January, many were already reporting reporting that 2012 was going to be a big year for UFO sightings. But 2012 wasn’t just a big year for flying saucer sightings — it was a big year for the paranormal in general.
‘Twas a good year in weird celebrity pictures.
Congrats to all that made this year’s list!
Sometimes you need a reminder that people can do wonderful things.
Frank Ocean! Jack White! Skrillex! Britney on X Factor! Lana Del Rey! AND SO MUCH MORE!
Warning: Some of these cats will break your heart.