Not a single question about Eric Brady?
Not a single question about Eric Brady?
I know, right?! I bought a cape online and couldn’t believe when I wasn’t suddenly able to fly. #pointsme
Nobody likes Millhouse…or Gore Vidal.
If you’re looking for blunt honesty on the internet, get off facebook and go read youtube comments.
Obviously, she should end up with me.
I can’t possibly be the only one who was expecting “Buzzfeed” to make it onto this list.
Have you guys heard of orgasms?
I rarely experience any of this. I guess I should really be grateful that I have no friends and eat all of my vegetarian meals alone. #blessed #fml
How is Hamlet an INTJ? His decisions are all based on emotion and he can’t make up his mind to save his life: ISFP for sure!
No one tells you these things????? Every book, movie, song, motivational poster, and drunk uncle told me these things.
Man, I know this is supposed to be funny, but now I’m going to be paranoid on all my first dates. Thanks, Buzzfeed. By the way, if there are any women out there who want to be this candid all the time, I am the guy for you.
AS if I needed another reason to love Anna Kendrick!
Dear God, this parachute is a knapsack!
The only thing that could be better than this is Kate McKinnon parodying Ellen parodying Nikki.
I got: “Hates Buzzfeed Quizzes.” Well, it didn’t actually say that, but it was definitely implied.
I think the best part of question #20 is that it only adds up to 64% of a face.
This used to be a serious problem for me until I discovered an amazing cure: Indoors.
#19 is actually a brilliant question.
Or what if in every rom-com ever, the man doesn’t have to spend the entire film proving he is worthy of the woman, and at the end, she can set aside three months of her salary to buy him something shiny?
Forget depression. These are not things you should say to any person ever. Every one of them is condescending and unhelpful.
Yes, I would like to hear Ms. Azalea’s parents’ response.
Until reality television was invented, all TV shows taught me more than school.
Is #21 supposed to say a “farce”?
OK. It sucks that some women have to be afraid of things like riding the subway, but there are so many things in this article that are offensive and misinformed. You are not SUPPOSED to run by yourself at night or sleep on a stranger’s couch. Not women. Not men. Not anyone. This isn’t sexism. It’s stupidity. “tacit approval to talk to us” WTF? You write an article about fearing for your safety, but now you’re worried you might have to have a conversation?! Please don’t compare rape to unwanted attention at a bar. You certainly have every right not to be assaulted, but until someone comes up with a universal signal for “I’m single, please hit on me,” I don’t see how you have a right to live in a world in which no one will ever attempt to talk to you. If occasionally saying “no thanks” to some strangers is too much to ask, stay home.
I dare you to look at any pictures of Nunuvat and Winterfell and tell the difference.
Unless the baby is the one graduating, I don’t get why this is news.
Oh, Buzzfeed. You really couldn’t have compressed the list into “24 Things to Remember”?
Agreed. And neither is knowing the original 13 colonies.
I’ve actually taken off my pants in three of these scenarios.
Life Skill #101: Knowing how to do one thing well enough that you can make enough money to pay others to do all the crap on this list you can’t.
I’m going to blow everyone’s minds: Songs…can be about more than one thing. Why are people arguing over meaning? 3-7 minutes of rhyme only ever has a single inspiration?
Anybody know where I can rent a ball pit?
Man, I guess I better change my diet so I can live to 1000 like all of you.
Hiatus? Pff…What about the shows that end on cliffhangers and then don’t get renewed? That’s a call for genocide.
My thoughts exactly. Thank you!
What exactly is the difference between non-volitional sex and rape?
Ready? Yet? Still? All these words make it sound like parenting is some inevitable obligation. I reject the premise of this article.
That’s great, but in the meantime, videos like this are fodder FOR the anti-gay agenda. Let’s not give them any more ammunition than they already have, please.
I’m sorry, but even as a strong proponent of marriage equality, I find this a flawed project. We might as well settle all divisive political issues by seeing what 11-year-olds think we should do. All this video does is make it easy for bigoted social conservatives to say, “Look how immature your point of view is. Why do you think all these children advocate for it? Because it is a childish supposition.”
There are teachers beyond elementary school, you know…