The Harry Potter fandom is the best ever. They read amazing books, watch awesome movies, AND make wicked posters. I salute them. View List ›
Everyone knows 2011 is the Summer of the Sax with both Lady GaGa and Katy Perry featuring the instrument in their respective song of the summer contenders as well as the very unfortunate passing of Clarence Clemons happening only a mere few weeks ago. To help the Summer of the Sax along I compiled a list of sax faces simply because that sounds and looks a lot like something else.
Tax faces! Not tax faces…those aren’t saxxy enough. Ok I’ll stop.
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The 2011 crown for “Song of the Summer” is still up for grabs as a clear winner has yet to emerge. Here are ten nominees that include two dark horse choices. Make sure to add your own choices in the comment section. View List ›
The agony and the ecstasy of America’s brainiest spectator sport, written all over the faces of precocious kids. Could I have the definition of “adorable,” please? Could you use it in a sentence? And congrats to Sukanya Roy for spelling her way to the championship trophy! View List ›
Taken from the 2011 Hunky Jesus Contest in (dur) San Francisco. More like a Gre-GORGEOUS Calendar! View List ›
Less a parade than a mashup of Mardi Gras and a cosplay convention, the New York Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival is a sight to behold. Here are a few selections from this year’s gathering of hat and transvestism enthusiasts. View List ›
Toy Fair 2011 wraps up today. Here’s a look at some of our favorite stuff from the largest toy trade show in the Western Hemisphere. BuzzFeed was allowed to wander through the cavernous Javitts Center in New York City and get way too excited about children’s playthings. View List ›
Improv Everywhere staged their annual No Pants Subway Ride over the weekend. Here are photos from the New York leg (har) of this global flash mob (har). There but (har?) for the grace of God go I. Considering it was below freezing, area hospitals were probably flooded with cases of non-sexy exposure. Now with video! View List ›
Hello 2011! [Ed. note: You should be celebrating right now.] View Image ›
Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) has declared 2011 to be the year of the turtle. Their goal is to raise awareness about diminishing turtle populations and encourage conservation. Throughout the year, keep an eye on yearoftheturtle.org for turtle related information, activities and contests. In the meantime, check out the promotional video! Watch Video ›