Never judge a person until you know their taste in chicken.
Hi, my name is Josh… and I’m addicted to a card game you play online.
BBC America asked BuzzFeed Creative Manager Josh Fjelstad to do what everyone dreams of doing every day: watch an entire season of a show for work. Experience season one through his eyes, then see what comes next in season two, Saturdays at 9/8c on BBC America.
Surprise, bitch. I bet you thought you’d seen the last of this meme.
The Kalos region is 1000000% modeled on its Gallic real-world equivalent.
Someone wise once asked, “What if cats have their own Internet and it’s full of pictures of us?” Well, it turns out they do.
Ever since the emergence of 8-bit graphics in the ’80s and early-90s, we’ve been fascinated by it. Today, there are hundreds of artists out there who use 8-bit illustration as their sole medium, but few are doing it as well as “Kevin,” aka Noirlac on Tumblr.
Have tweens finally gone too far? There’s an emerging subculture where people not only roleplay using Sims 3 University, but also Instagram their-Sim-selves doing it.
What are you, some kind of plebeian? Allow me to help you out. Here are 25 more of the most fascinating “TIL” posts from Reddit in the past year. Memorize them before you even think about showing your stupid face on the internet again.
For half a decade, my friend and I have been drinking and watching The O.C. together. In honor of the show’s ten-year anniversary, it’s time you started doing the same.
When I went back home for Thanksgiving this year, my mom pulled out a letter I wrote to my dad back in 1999, because he wouldn’t let me buy a Nintendo 64. They’ve said I should be a lawyer ever since.
It might seem obvious now, but applying some of the darkest quotes from the most important thinkers and writers in human history to It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia scenes results in a perfect union of gif and Western Civilization. Naturally, you can thank Honey Boo Boo Child for inspiring this one.
Websites unrolling new features is always a super stressful event, and Twitter’s mimicking of Facebook’s cover pages is no different. But if you have a few hours to spare, you can make it totally fun! Add yours in the comments.
Cat? Check. Endearing disfigurement? Check. Pirate outfit? Check. And what’s more, Spangles was born on the Fourth of July. He’s a true patriot. And here’s why you should salute him. (h/t Bobby)
… And we’re so happy for them. (h/t Joe)
Subway fans on Facebook have recently decided to show their appreciation for America’s favorite sandwich in a whole new, creative direction. Here are some of the best ones. [Ed. note: These are literally from Subway’s official fan page. You can see even more here.]
Got a special event on the horizon? Have no idea what to wear? Worry no more: You’ll never need to wear anything else other than these.
I don’t think I’m alone in occasionally wondering what it’d be like if Bill Nye smoked a ton of weed and swore all the time. Fortunately, with @Bill_Nye_tho—the voice of a chiller generation—you no longer have to wonder. Here are twenty scientific facts you can learn from him.
Like they say, living in New York City ain’t easy, or whatever. Created by aspiring filmmaker Adam Goldman, “The Outs” details the life of a twenty-something gay man as he and his friends struggle to deal with everything from finding the perfect party cardigan to the nightmare of running into drunk exes at said parties. Shot in six parts, the first two are currently live.
I don’t think that I’m going to be the first person to say, THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING. There are many conclusions we can take from this discovery, first and foremost being that Nintendo has misled us for years about Pikachu being the “mouse-type” Pokémon. More to come.