*And another option for wig
*And another option for wig
There needs to be a way we can vote on which way each person looks better. And a third option for people who have clearly sold their souls to the devil, like Ann Hathaway, who look awesome both ways.
Orcas aren’t whales, you idiots. They’re dolphins.
And one great reason to have a kid: “I luh-boo mama, hugs and kisses me!”
I feel like people who text “sup” (and reply “nm”) should be in with the “k” people.
Nice artwork, Adam Ellis!
I think I love her! But she wears eye makeup to run a half marathon??
Oh man, now I have to mess with my mom’s phone! And maybe my husband’s. :-)
Does anyone else hear how unbearably posh her accent is? She makes the Downton Abbey sisters sound practically Cockney by comparison. I don’t think even the Queen’s accent is quite *that* extreme.
I think the thing that bugs me about this whole thing is that she’s clearly playing to the sensationalism of the idea “too pretty to work” in order to sell her book. If her tag line were “gender discrimination making my work life miserable” I’d be the first to say amen, sister. But that wouldn’t get her on a talk show. Claiming to be “too beautiful to work” is just inviting scorn because it’s a backhanded put-down of all of the women (and men) who do work.
Oh puh-lease. Try advancing when you’re ugly and built like a tank. I’m not saying gender discrimination isn’t real - far from it - but it’s much tougher on the ladies on the other end of the spectrum.
Dude! BuzzFeed, I have told you before: gifs first RUINS the video clip for those of us who want to watch it. Video clip first, then gifs!!
Wow. Benicio del Toro is a lot older than Lindsay Lohan. Benicio del Toro is a lot older than me, and I’m a lot older than Lindsay Lohan.
Not to be a stickler, because I like these, but arranging for xylophone doesn’t make it a lullaby… a lullaby is supposed to be sleepytime music.
#3 is one of those dads we’re going to see weeping in the courtroom, as his lawyer says, “My client has already lost his child. Isn’t that punishment enough? Must he face charges of negligent homicide as well?” And if I were the DA, I’d go after the ski resort and the lift operator too. Good god. You’re not even supposed to use an infant carrier for bike riding, let alone snowboarding!
Please deliver the elephant to my home in Maryland.
Can we please do this more often? I love reading all the insightful comments! What I really need is a site like Netflix where I rate every book I read, and it tells me what books I will like. All I need is Anne of Green Gables/Little Women/Charlie and the Chocolate Factory/Harry Potter/Bleak House-type books.
I shall check them out in pairs!
Hillary Reisenberg, you funny. I’m a fan.
I am finding it hard to conjure up feelings of compassion…
This is completely anecdotal because I can’t remember where I heard it or if I ever saw a reliable citation, but: I remember hearing about a survey of men regarding rape. The takeaway was that many of the men responded that they had had sex with partners who said no or asked them to stop, but those same survey participants answered that they had never raped anyone. I think times are changing and our understanding of what constitutes sexual assault has come along by leaps and bounds since the 60s, when many people believed that there was a “point of no return” in intimacy, after which you couldn’t say no any more. Or that there was no such thing as rape in the context of marriage, or rape of someone with whom you had already had consensual sex. Given that, I agree with another poster that it makes sense to educate men about what constitutes sexual assault, especially in situations that were once considered “blurry”. People come to college from lots of backgrounds, and their parents and home communities have vastly different norms for appropriate sexual conduct. So why not educate male students too?
I don’t know how helpful “active bystanders” could be in the case of date rape. Isn’t that the majority of campus sexual assaults?
But you could just as easily postulate that the universe and everything in it was created many months ago by a god who was bored. It seems like your approach to religious texts and their origins are as unscientific as their approach to evolution.
Okay, I am still verklemmt, but can I just say how lovely the bride looks? In the close up in the ladies’ room, she looks just like Winnie from the Wonder Years. Aly and Anthony, I’m praying for you and your mother. Maybe BuzzFeed will help answer your Facebook request, because I’m certain you will have tens of thousands, if not millions, of people praying for you now. My heart is with you all. And I think you are extraordinary young people to put a wedding together in a day so your mom could be there. Oh no, I’m crying again. My daughter is about the same age now (2) as Aly in the picture being held by her mom. Reading this post makes me want to go wake her up and cover her with kisses and hold her tight. I hope you will have firsthand knowledge of this yourself, if/when you want it, but there is no power this side of heaven as great as a mother’s love for her child. What a gift you gave your mother.
Damn onions. Can we get an update on the mom? Hope against hope?
Dammit, why is it always the girls with the big heads? I swear we don’t have the same chances in life.
Dear “Nutrition Manager”, What the fuck is wrong with you? No, seriously? I can think of about 20 better ways to deal with that situation which don’t involve children who went to school with the expectation of getting lunch there going hungry. But even you choose the worst possible remedy of not feeding hungry children lunch (without any advance notice), it doesn’t take a brain surgeon to realize you could look up their accounts *before* lunch, and let them know before they get in line. Literally taking the food from the hands of a hungry child and putting in the trash - - that’s the stuff revolutions are made of. You suck. Hard.
Well to be fair, the actual suspect also looks like a Sesame Street character with a degenerative illness…
BuzzFeed, what’s up with the GIF spoilers before the video?! Video first, please!
Viewers, if you just want to watch the jump, start at 3:30.
Dude, that is NUTS!! The same dorm?! I heard something on NPR about how in big cities, the same donor’s sperm might have been used hundreds of times, so if you and your squeeze are both donor kids, you’re supposed to make sure you’re not half-siblings before you get down!
So true, so true! (And funny copy too.) I’d like to submit “in the ocean” and “while cross-country skiing” for consideration. Such bad ideas. Such very bad ideas!
I can’t get used to the new look in suits in the last 5-10 years. The slim-fitting legs and too-short pants and jackets just make you look girly. It might work for recent college grads looking for their first job… in New York… in the fashion industry… but I feel like a lawyer in DC would get laughed out of court.
Some of these are brilliant! I’m totally going to use muffin tin giant ice cubes, ice cream in the food processor and microwaving lemons.
Well done, BuzzFeed. There *are* a lot of interesting parallels!
UK Office - US Office
Arrested Development, then & now
It’s so weird - it’s like they do it just for the sake of employing the photoshop people. But one positive came out of it: now I see my next step in the pursuit of beauty: collarbone lowering surgery!
That “clutch” is the absolute worst! It’s huge and flappy!
Why can’t I click on this and make it bigger, buzzfeed?
Oh god, I love her. And she could have a future as a political and social leader, if she wanted to. But I love her, I love her, I love her. Uma, Charleze, Sofia… I’m sorry, it’s over between us. Does anyone have her number? Can I just watch her talk a little while longer?
I have to say, these weren’t my favorites, of the minimalist poster genre. They seemed kind of formulaic, with three images laid out vertically in each one. (Plus, Marcel wasn’t really that essential to the narrative of Friends.)
God that was fast - I always imagined those houses getting blown away over the course of a half hour, not a few seconds. I remember once my husband called to tell me to take the baby to the basement, and like an idiot, I decided to watch at a window to see if it got bad enough to justify waking her up. Needless to say, by the time I could see that it *was* getting bad enough, we were already in danger of getting hit with shattering glass on our way to the stairs. And by the time we got to the basement, it was over. So, this is probably obvious to the non-idiots out there, but you have to shelter *immediately* when they tell you to, and not give into the temptation to take a moment to evaluate for yourself whether you really need to shelter.