Title should read “…Or in a Plane or Helicopter or On A High Cliff”
Title should read “…Or in a Plane or Helicopter or On A High Cliff”
Nah, don’t worry about it. They’ve probably already moved on to the next teen boy band by now, which you won’t hear about until 13 year olds already have gotten sick of them.
Is there a word for “got tired of it before I hit the bottom of the page”? We’re through the looking glass with memes now.
This is Buzzfeed, the site that brought you “You’re an introvert if…” without any actual information about the scientific process of identifying personality traits.
Please educate yourself on the actual personality traits labeled “introvert” and “extrovert” before you spread crap like this around. It doesn’t define who you are as a person and it’s not even a major personality type. If you haven’t read Carl Jung or Myers-Briggs’ studies on personality, you probably shouldn’t be perpetuating these myths. Guess what? Some people like staying in and watching TV. Some people like going out. Chances are if you’re a human being, you like doing these things in equal measure, but neither for too long. Also, read this: http://happyplace.someecards.com/25864/signs-that-you-are-neither-an-introvert-nor-an-extrovert
Joke’s on you, Spike. Your version of Oldboy sucked.
You’re gross. Nobody deserves rape, especially not for an opinion. I agree with the actress, but I’m sure she doesn’t want the reporter *raped*. It’s disturbing how casually you can throw around terms like that.
I just hate how the word “introvert” has been coopted to mean antisocial or socially awkward/inept by the internet. That’s not what it means at all; it’s a spectrum personality trait meaning you can function just fine in society but often take interest in solo activities. It’s not an identifier or an identity at all, and I highly doubt anyone who labels their entire personality as introverted actually has read Jung or Myers-Briggs. Don’t confuse the two; you’re a social recluse, fine, but don’t use psychology terms you don’t understand to describe your reclusive personality.
Bearded Ariel looks oddly like Daniel Bryan.
I call bullshit on #10. The “Oh wait…” line at the end spoils it as something somebody thought would be funny just so they could show up in articles like this. If you finally realized how dumb you were being, why would you text again to think out loud about the revelation you’ve just had? Also, who the hell gets THAT urgent about someone not responding to texts?
Cute? Yes. “Geeky”? No. Who sees a two year old and goes “Wow, what a dork”?
Now look up “Waffle falling over” on Youtube for another example of “Why am I laughing!?”
No mention of Sedlec Ossurary in Prague? It’s a church made of bones! Come on, people! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sedlec_Ossuary
Psh, I learned all this stuff from ICQ. Y’know, back when people used ICQ.
It’s only “shocking” because she’s famous, and even then, not so much. This is like how Buzzfeed puts “mind-blowing” in every other headline, for things that are just marginally interesting at best.
You know, if you ACTUALLY read Jung’s studies and Myers-Briggs, you will know that Introvert/Extrovert DOES NOT DEFINE A PERSONALITY. It’s literally one attribute to describe the way certain people react to certain stimuli. In reality there’s an entire spectrum, and everyone falls into different places and different subcategories. There’s a reason Myers-Briggs has 4 separate letter categories and not simply a binary black-and-white system that defines your entire personality. REAL people have many traits that describe both introversion and extroversion. Plenty of self-described introverts are social, plenty of self-described extroverts are bookworms. They would never introduce themselves as “I’m an introvert” or “I’m an extrovert”, and if they do, translate that to “I’m annoying and shallow”. Instead of being an introverted/extroverted person, try being a PERSON, who just happens to have introversion or extroversion as a small facet of their personality.
I just really, really, REALLY wish they’d had Jesse say “bitch” one last time.
The only way it could’ve been better is if Jesse uttered one last “bitch” at Walt before leaving. I wanted that SO bad.
For real, Buzzfeed, you need to stop using the term “mind-blowing” in every headline. It no longer means anything, other than maybe “kinda cool” now.
All of these just reinforce what real punk is: Not any of this.
#17: EAT THE SKINS. They’re really good for you.
Those people are right. There should be a REAL American as Miss America, and all the foreigners should leave. And by that I mean Miss America should be Native, and all the white people should go back on the boats from Europe that their ancestors came from.
“I was driving in my car,
I crashed and broke my spine.
So yes there are worse things in life
than ever being someone’s sweetie.”
It’s not a phobia, it’s a revulsion response. A phobia would be if these pictures triggered a fear response, the way spiders do for a lot of people. And of course the Photoshops of mutilated skin are going to look weird to a lot of people. Good job internet on making a bunch of people claim “I HAVE THAT” when they see one article about it.
Thank you for bothering to describe the video with an article, or even a blurb. If this was Upworthy, the headline would be “What THIS guy said after surgery warms our hearts!” and then you’d have to click through a pop-up poll and sit there for 5 minutes to figure out why you’re watching it completely out of context. Buzzfeed > Upworthy.
#8: Actually I’d LOVE to get a “negative tip”. If you put ANY integer into the tip field, it counts toward your total. No bank or restaurant is going to count your minus sign. It’s not the server’s fault that you calculated your bill total incorrectly, and it’s our job to correct it if you do. You’ve already signed it, so that’s your thumbs-up for allowing us to charge you. Since negative tips don’t exist, that “-21.91” the person left in the tip field is actually just a $21.91 tip. That idiot just doubled their bill, and the server gets half of it. Furthermore, most people who would do something like this wouldn’t notice once their credit bill shows up, because it’ll probably be a few weeks later and they forgot about how they “totally owned that waiter”, so it would stand. If they DO actually catch it, they have to go through their bank’s whole process for a chargeback, which doesn’t affect the server AT ALL. The server wins in either case. If you really need to be a douchebag to your server, pay in cash you moron.
I thought it was common knowledge he was gay. I guess he never confirmed it until now. Either way good for him for standing out against the Russian laws.
This article should’ve been called “Things nobody would ever say unless they’re a completely social retarded.”
Cardio: Beat-heavy electronic. Helps me keep both pace and rhythm on a treadmill or elliptical. Weights: Scandinavian melodic-death metal. The best motivator to lift heavy objects is a bunch of angry Vikings screaming at you.
Yeah, definitely fail on the Playstation controller one. It doesn’t take more dexterity to hit action buttons than it does to hit movement buttons. If anything the analog stick takes MORE dexterity for your left thumb.
36% of all couples meet at church? Hahaha fuck whatever study that’s from.
It’s entirely possible to balance private time and social time without getting anxious and depressed about either one. People who label themselves as introverts pretty much screw themselves into a life of reclusiveness because they “need to recharge”. And I’m saying that as someone who used to be an “introvert” but learned how to be social. I still have plenty of alone time to watch TV and play video games or whatever, but I’ve learned to handle more people coming over without retreating to my room, and I even seek people out now to see what they’re up to. It’s not hard, you just have to make a habit out of it and then - like anything else - it’ll get more comfortable. Don’t pigeonhole yourself into a word or an archetype; being more active, social, and outgoing is great for your health, both physically and mentally.
A good portion of these are useful for men too. I don’t know why it specifies girls. Like why are frozen grapes in wine, hot pack rice, and baking soda shoes gender-specific?
To all you saying the NT overwrites the OT, Jesus never said anything about gays, in fact he hung out with them and preached love. Eat it, suckas.
I like how some of these are “That’s awesome!” and the rest are all “Oh fuck off.”
I love how the GoT cast always has to go out of their way to make sure everyone knows Jack Gleeson is like the sweetest kid ever.
The only way to salvage this is to make the kid’s middle name ByNorth, and play it off as a Hitchcock tribute.
I’m glad thatasilly, meaningless competition that only matters to its own readers is the reason you think People Magazine is ignorant/dumb/blind. Not because it’s shallow, self-aggrandizing, pop culture fantasy-wanking BS. Not because it’s everything that’s wrong with celebrity worship. Not because it refers to celebrities by their first names as if anyone beyond the checkout aisle in the supermarket knows who the hell “Brick” and “Fabian” and “Laser” are from their equally ridiculous and shallow reality shows. NOPE. IT’S BECAUSE THEY THINK ONE GUY’S CUTER THAN ANOTHER. Good job, Buzzfeed. Really, bravo.