Feminist speaking. I still don’t understand why generalizations about men are okay, but generalizations about, say, African Americans, are not. We would never say, “We don’t get into subway cas with just blacks in them,” so why is it acceptable to say, “We don’t get into subway cas with just men in them”? It’s really getting harder and harder to be a feminist anymore with the constant barrage of men-bashing. I know and TEACH a lot of decent men. Are their some disgusting creeps who will harass you at every turn? Absolutely; but we’re never, ever going to get anyone on our side by suggesting that all men are guilty.
Actually, it’s legal to take photographs of people in their own HOMES and sell them as art without the permission of said people. http://www.rd.com/culture/case-peeping-photographer/
I would have chosen Joseph Gordon Levitt over anything, but at least give me a challenge! A cronut? Not even interested in trying it.
What about the fact that Red brings in items from the outside world, just as the character of the same name did in The Shawshank Redemption?
THANK YOU for addressing #59… this has consumed me since I was four years old!
#6 Looks exactly like Butt-Head.
And this is why I HATE every article like this that aims to be positive. I’m sorry, but on what planet is Gabi Gregg a size 18? I understand numbers look different on different people, but there’s not a chance in hell. She’s beautiful, but she’ not an 18. What is the goal here? “I’m proud of my body, but not proud enough to admit my size!” This happens time and time again. Every time the media reports the weight or size of anyone remotely famous, it’s skewed. I really don’t see the point.
Ugh, you’re right… idiots!
It’s a sun rise formed by the shaving.
It’s a coffee mug and a top hat.
Map #1? Haters gonna hate. Minutes from Philly (rich in America’s history), minutes from NY, the best tomatoes and blueberries (and various other crops) in the country, beautiful landscapes, a forest grown in SAND (what?!), the best pizza in the nation, ridiculously fun shores and boardwalks, DINERS (real diners… not that Denny’s bullshit), the first drive-in movie, setting of Monopoly, the most important state bug possible (the honeybee!), the originators of paleontology… I’m not seeing anything BAD about it. And we know how to DRIVE. PA can take a lesson.
I’ve literally never even turned on this channel. I don’t even know if I have it.
English nerd time. I take issue with #8. According to linguists, the closer an adjective is to a noun, the more intrinsic or permanent that quality is. The original headline implied that her success was more intrinsic to her nature than her looks.
I love this.
I was just waiting for sacrilegious string cheese…
You ticked off 45 out of 100 on this list! You weren’t that spoilt. You were given cool toys for birthdays and Christmases, but you didn’t get everything you asked for. It all worked out, though, because it means you were grateful for what you did have.
Seriously, why is Ross on the list?!?!?!
#14 “I would drape myself in velvet if it were socially acceptable.”
#17 British people? You mean the rest of the world (almost) and MLA format????
Um, WHAT? On what planet does Clarissa beat Are You Afraid of the Dark? Bullshit.
Not one bit.
#17 Because all people want generic, shitty flowers/candy/jewelry!
This is the best thing on BuzzFeed in weeks.
NOT. IN. NEW YORK.
Love this movie, but my bff and I always felt bad for Christina Ricci for having to kiss Devon Sawa in TWO movies. Didn’t realize he was a heartthrob, but then again, I was the ANTI-Bop/BB/Tiger Beat when I was in elementary school.
Those processed plastic squares are NOT cheese.