Thanks, article. Now I’m hungry.
Thanks, article. Now I’m hungry.
I love how well-balanced this story is. For example, I can’t stand politics, especially because it usually favors one side over the other. You covered both sides equally well, and I applaud you for it.
Welcome to the Internet, where people can click on an article for the sole purpose of complaining about it.
Careful. The Illuminati might snatch you off the street in a black van and send you off for re-education for saying that. But seriously. I don’t understand her either. More hype than talent IMO. Sure, she’s pretty, but looks aren’t everything. And you don’t screw with the Disney Princesses like that. ESPECIALLY not Ariel.
…to which Shia LaBeouf responded, “Nononononononono!”
I’ll give these 23 people credit: they actually know what the Missed Connections section is for. I don’t know how many times I’ve gone on there only to see all the people who treat it like it’s the Casual Encounters section.
Yeah, okay. I’d love to see her try, just to see how many people waste valuable hashtags on it.
Seriously? Rihanna has you so brainwashed that she could wear a goddamn paper bag and you’d all splooge over it.
OMG Beyoncé is human? Unpossible! …at least according to the way too damn many articles on BuzzFeed about her.
The 25 Most Idiotic People Of 2013 Fixed that for ya. Oh, wait. #FTFY. Better?
#4 Buried in this one is a crazy, unexpected, epic line from none other than the legendary John “Motherfucking” Barrowman. “How about I take you home and eat your pussy?” The man plays straight better than straight men play straight.
I don’t understand the need to make people spend nearly two minutes for something that should only take ten seconds to read. That said, “selfie” isn’t on the list so you’re wrong.
Yeah, no. Don’t presume to know what I want and/or need.
Sure, I like weed. That doesn’t make Rihanna any less devoid of talent.
Some people take their handegg WAY too seriously.
Again, BuzzFeed needs a “WHO CARES?” button.
You’re trolling, right?
“When a user likes something, that tells News Feed that they want to see more of it; when they hide something, that tells News Feed to display less of that content in the future.” Bullshit. Utter bullshit. The only way I can get rid of crap I don’t like on Facebook is to hide the people who post said crap. That includes baby pictures, political posts (from both ends of the spectrum; I try to keep my feed as nonpolitical as possible), “like/comment/share if you’re breathing right now” posts, and so forth. Facebook shows you what Facebook wants to show you, and there isn’t a damn thing you can do about it. Well, there’s that browser extension that can bring “purity” (wink, wink) to your page, but even that can’t help you on your smartphone.
BuzzFeed needs a “WHO CARES?” button.
Celtics fan here, and I won’t disagree. When the team holds an epic fire sale at the end of the season, you know you’re going to be in for a few years of suck. That said, I’m thinking that Rondo is looking to be positioned as the Paul Pierce of the current era Celtics. After all, Pierce was the nucleus of the team that brought Banner 17 to Boston. Here’s hoping that in a few years, Rondo and the new-look C’s can bring Banner 18 to the city. Be patient and stay Boston Strong, Rajon.
This is a rebuilding year for SNL, but you wouldn’t know it by the quality of the sketches in this episode. The only beef I had was that Apple Store Geniuses are actually not allowed to use the word “problem” in the course of doing their jobs. Disregarding that small oversight, it was an excellent show from start to finish.
It’s sad because it’s true.
The Chase rocks! I think GSN have done well to stay true to the original British format. The tweaks they’ve put in haven’t detracted from the game; in fact, I think bringing Mark out at the very beginning and leaving him on stage for the whole show adds that bit of intimidation factor to the game that’s not present in the UK version (their Chasers, including Mark, don’t come out on stage until after each Cash Builder).
#10 Shouldn’t they be called option-J instead? Mac’s option key was the option key before it was the alt key.
#3 Unless you’re in Connecticut, where all the exit number signs are (still) in the middle. Seriously. They haven’t changed their exit signs in decades.
Ambidexterity FTW. I typically write with my left hand but I’ve learned to adapt for some things, such as a mouse or scissors.
#3 Not enough pot leaves on the box!
Apparently BuzzFeed has become SelfieFeed. Goddamn it.
I think the whole zombie apocalypse thing is played out. However, I understand that a lot of people at SDCC (and reading this) will disagree with me. That said, this was a brilliant marketing move.
This gentleman would like a word with you.
WIN because it’s amusing.
FAIL because hashtagging everything is pointless.
Ironic? Disagree. Everybody knows college students can’t spell.
Finally, someone properly omits the period from Dr Pepper.
#9 Yes, we’ve adopted a few UK shows and turned them into bona fide hits here in the States. However, we’ve also taken other UK shows and totally screwed them up (Top Gear, Coupling, and The IT Crowd, to name a few; the latter thankfully never made it past the pilot stage, Richard Ayoade notwithstanding). Hell, Peep Show has had a couple of attempts at making a US version, but again it’s just not the same without Mitchell & Webb. On the other hand, the reverse seems to work beautifully, as anyone who’s seen Law & Order: UK can attest.
I see no problem with this. Chester actually did a decent job with the classic material, and the new song sounds like a fusion of classic STP and Minutes to Midnight-era LP.
Also, if you weren’t one of the elite few power Diggers (i.e., you weren’t MrBabyMan or his ilk), your chances of making the front page were about zero.
I am reminded of how much I hate Coolvetica.