This week from our international teams: Lesbian sex, coffee snobs, sex position emojis, Cannes, and Thom Yorke sexual positions. Guys, we get it. Everybody calm down.
Seriously, what a nightmare. I can’t even with these. I give up. Shut it down, turn off the site, let’s all go home.
Guys, it’s a big world out there. Here are some of the best posts from around the globe this week. Techniker ist informiert.
Things are a little better in the Mile High state. Also, weirder. And higher.
BuzzFeed is opening offices around the world. And you should come work for us. But which one is the right international edition…for you?
I wonder what they charge for a sus-sus-studio?
If you’ve ever been to a conference, these things have happened to you. This post was created collaboratively by the awesome members of the audience at NXNEi!
The United Kingdom can be a harsh and confusing place. Nothing that a few pie charts can’t take care of!
You probably think you’re an 11, don’t you? Everyone thinks they’re 11. Take this quiz and find your true prime*.
Just answer a few questions, and you’ll know for sure. And then, like, write it down somewhere. Honestly, it’s weird when you can’t remember which editor you are.
Decadent, easy to make, a total mess to eat — Cioppino should be your new New Year’s tradition.
The least-popular character of the Star Wars universe has finally made it to the Big Apple. From the looks of it, he had a damn good time.
It’s the best of times, it’s the worst of times. But mostly the worst of times.
A Google Maps-based game that makes you guess a location just based on a Street View image. What’s your high score?
Happy…birthday? A bunch of new ways to say how little you really care.
It’s a game: There are 7 differences between these two images Can you find them all?
With a well-placed word or image, even the most mundane sign can become brilliant.
A YouTube page linked to the name of the older brother suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings is packed with videos of Islam and includes a playlist called “terrorists.”