Brooklyn Without Limits is actually owned by Halliburton.
Brooklyn Without Limits is actually owned by Halliburton.
A lot of these are from Pintester, and her blog is mostly aimed at being funny rather than doing the project correctly. She often doesn’t use the right ingredients or products (which is why she fails), but the failures are far more entertaining than the successes. She’s funny as hell though.
This is literally the stupidest post I’ve ever seen on Buzzfeed. Congrats! That’s a pretty difficult line to sink below, but this managed it.
Not that I’ll watch any of these, but this was a great article/list.
I’m excited for this even though the other commenter is right about Teela’s spine.
Nice list! God, I love a Caboodle.
A lot of women watch gay male porn too.
Number thirty-one looks like Aimee Mann and Coco had a baby. And number twenty-six is just a flat-out beautiful girl. Makeup is a magical thing.
I really like nine.
This was absolutely pointless. Something like this should either be helpful or funny, preferably both. This was neither.
The issue here is not sex or sexuality, it’s willful stupidity — doing something you know is dangerous but doing it anyway because it feels good. This is called being human. It’s one of the main reasons why STDs are still spreading, why people still take up smoking, and why obesity is such a problem. You had bareback sex even though you knew the risks, you don’t want to feel ashamed about it, and you wish there were some way besides condoms to reduce the risks because you’re going to do it again since it feels great. Guess what? I wish I could eat donuts every day and not gain weight because I’m sure as hell never giving up donuts because they taste great. And if that can’t happen, then I at least wish there were no shame in being fat. Who doesn’t want some version of that, whether it be about food, sex, alcohol, drugs, etc.? What is there to discuss about that? All you’ve really done is have a personal epiphany about how messed up human nature is. You’ve couched your discovery in an attention-grabbing way, but there’s really no novel dialogue to be had here.
This girl is nothing but self-aware. Her persona has been crafted since day one. The problem is that her persona hasn’t changed in all this time even though her age has. She’s stagnated, and that’s the perfect recipe for a backlash.
Hello, Gerald Ford.
I’ve had my bunny for years, and he’s the most wonderful thing ever. Bless this post.
Love her. Love her style, and I like her music so much more than Beyonce’s. It would be amazing if she and Janelle Monae worked together.
It’s a shame that we have to pigeonhole all women. If you’re fat, this happens. If you’re thin, you have to be sexy and pose in your underwear in magazines. If you’re African-American or Latina, you have to play a maid or the sassy friend. If you’re older, you’re mostly shit out of luck. And though the industry does seem to be getting better, it’s still so backwards in this concern. McCarthy’s frustrating because her role in Gilmore Girls was awesome and had not one thing to do with her being overweight, but she then did Mike and Molly which is all about her weight. I think she’s making the best of what she’s being offered, and, like Viola Davis, when she has the power to demand better, I hope she will do so. I think she’s amazing no matter what.
This genuinely brought tears. Awesome post.
Glee can go fuck itself, but the more Elijah the better.
Only $60,000 per year? Stars will easily drop twice as much as that on a car or a piece of jewelry. If I were trusting and relying upon someone as much as they do these assistants, I’d be paying them a hell of a lot more, even with all of the so-called perks. Why are rich people always the biggest cheapskates?
I was just thinking about how much she reminds me of Tina Turner in these pics. Good point.
Why hate on delicious fruit when the Vermont Teddy Bear Company exists? Or pajamagrams? An article skewering those could’ve been awesome.
This is just awful.
I think this is the best one of these quote posts I’ve seen, even with the LC quote. And I always forget how absolutely beautiful Lucille Ball was.
I have to disagree about The Killers being pretentious. And where’s of Montreal? They should be top of the list since they’re actually from Georgia. Interesting post though.
Love the last one. Great post.
This might have been interesting if you’d shown actual then and now versions of the same places/intersections.
That portion of Babel is the only thing that made me watch all the way to the end. Spot on.
“Eve’s Bayou” was such a good movie.
Number 6, where have you been all my life?
I’m never sure how you guys decide when to give a group of people a hard time and when to be outraged that others are giving a group of people a hard time.
I think there is a fundamental misunderstanding here of how articles like this are supposed to work. They’re meant to be more generalized articles about what are across-the-board bad ideas and some suggestions about how to make sure everybody has a nice time. I know this post is meant to specifically address dating foodies, but, a few good tips about ordering wine and being nice aside, it’s really mostly tips for dating the writer. Cool for her and those dating her, but that’s not so useful to the rest of us. Also, don’t make out like being annoyed when someone whips out their phone to take a pic of the plate is dickish. Taking out a phone at the table unless you know beforehand that your date is absolutely cool with it or unless it’s absolutely necessary is the dick-move. Don’t shift the blame for outright rudeness onto someone else. Also, that last tip is ridiculous. I think the writer meant to be funny, but she didn’t pull it off. And since I’m already being an asshole, it should be “AN original flavor combination” in number six.
I hate his music with the white-hot intensity of a thousand suns.
Hoda and Kathie Lee are living the dream. I’m not even being sarcastic.
And that’s how you dismiss someone. *slow clap*
I was a nerd girl way back when it was so not something that people aspired to. I’m just kind of happy that people think it’s a good thing to be a nerd now — whatever the hell being a nerd means. Without the sting of the negative connotation, it’s lost a lot of its meaning. I suppose there are people who were marginalized back in the day and now feel like you have to have lived through that before you deserve your nerd badge. I think that lingering resentment is at the heart of a lot of this dislike for those new to geek/nerd culture and the sense that there are certain hoops people have to jump through to earn real nerd status. The fact is that what was nerdy once is mainstream now, and that’s okay. I enjoyed my nerdy hobbies and fandoms before, but it’s nice that I can actually find Doctor Who stuff in America or Star Trek shirts at Target. That’s a silver lining in my book.
God, I really dislike her.
So, in other words, 45 rings. There’s no cohesive theme here other than they’re not the traditional solitaire. Might have been interesting to see some examples of why some of these rings are more appropriate as engagement rings than any other ring one can buy, like the stone or design has some particular meaning or something along those lines.
Maybe she’s uncomfortable showing her bikini body knowing it might end up in mags and on the net. That’s perfectly understandable. Plus she’s avoiding sun damage to her skin…except for that left arm and shoulder, I guess.