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It doesn’t really matter what day of the week you book. What matters is how far in advance you book.
You sit back and relax while we crunch those numbers for you.
From Singapore to Switzerland.
Although all Americans are glad the government shutdown is over, some are happier than others. BuzzFeed’s Data Science Team used Facebook’s Keyword Insights API to find out who talked the most about the shutdown.
BuzzFeed ranked states by how often people there have sex (practical sexiness) and how sexy they are (superficial sexiness). Could be a good reason to move — or at least take a vacation.
Among other findings, a look at personal foul and unsportsmanlike conduct data from the past 10 years turns up a LOT of aggression in the Lone Star State and the allegedly relaxed West Coast.
Over the last couple weeks, you probably saw a lot of news about two things: Miley Cyrus and Syria. But which story did people really care about most? We used Facebook’s new Keyword Insights API to analyze what people were talking about, and exactly who was doing the talking.
Did you know that there are more people in New York than there are vegetarians in the United States? Put that in your hummus and smoke it.
You may not be able to figure them out so quickly, but they might save the day if you do!
See if you can pick out the most cost-effective option from each group of three players.
We broke down the stats on when and where relationships start, as well as how the successful ones progress from there.
The BuzzFeed Data Team’s official recommendations.
Pick the habits you like and kick the rest! An interactive ranking of countries according to all the things mommy told you not to do.
See how male endowment varies across all 50 states.
A lot of spit swapping around here!
The odds are really slim. Here’s how slim.
Check out something that defines American culture from every state!
See the most successful action/adventure movie franchises accounting for inflation.
Find out which BuzzFeed stories from May blew up on Twitter (the brain of the internet) and Facebook (the heart).