Happy Thom Yorke day!
Happy Thom Yorke day!
“I am celibate, because I don’t give a f@%#.” -Gandhi
From Wii Sports to Resident Evil IV… NOTE: Only one game per series has been allowed, or the list would go on forever. Also: spoilers.
In no particular order…
According to Tumblr’s 2013 Year in Review.
Sriracha made everything more awesome this year. And I mean EVERYTHING.
The more TV changes, the more it stays the same.
Cue Paula Deen crying while eating a Cronut™ and the CEO of Taco Bell throwing darts at a copy of Salt, Sugar, Fat.
Sometimes celebrities use their fame for good. These are those times.
Whether for good or bad, these almost-forgotten celebrities fought the good fight and made their way into our pop-culture brains again.
A definitive collection of the best animal photojournalism of the year. Enjoy.
This year, Tumblr users captured the best of the best when it came to the Internet: everything from political memes to pop culture mashups and GIF reactions to stunning photography.
Hot Celebs + Cute dogs. These are the best of them.
The 4th of July is the time to celebrate all things America. And what’s more American than shoveling down mysterious meat combinations?
Buzzfeeders are the best commenters around, obviously, and here our some of the best things you guys said last month. For more awesome comments, check out the Hall Of Fame feed.
Everybody knows that Buzzfeeders are the best commenters on the internet. So here are our favorite things Buzzfeeders said in the comments last month. For more, check out our ongoing Hall Of Fame.
Like a refined animated GIF, a Cinemagraph is an image in which a small and repeated animation occurs. The Internet has taken a particular liking to these beautiful images—which straddle the line between a still and a video—and here are some of the best. Inspired by their uniqueness, GE took to one of their jet engine facilities to create a series of their own. See them here.
Talk about an advice meme that hits close to home, either way, we’re all too familiar with what it’s like to eat a bag of Doritos at 3pm and call it breakfast. This man is the face of the American economy.
Homeschool Harold has a lot to learn about the world. If only he was allowed to go further than the front yard.
Here are our favorite things Buzzfeeders said in the comments last month. For more, check out our ongoing Hall Of Fame feed!
Every year, I’m guessing, I lose about 10-30 seconds of internet video attention span. Ever since I got started, I’ve lost precious time paying attention to online videos, so this collection of what I deem to be 2011’s best should truly be held in high regard by those who understand my plight. Here’s to more viral videos in 2012 that are even shorter (or to more friends willing to share timestamps that note where to start watching!)
George Takei wins. Hopefully Kanye makes a comeback next year.
What a year in the Twittersphere! Around the world, people sent more than 60 billion Tweets in 2011. Here’s a collection of 40 of the most important of those.
From taking jabs at other cities to giving common sense advice, Manhattan Mini Storage has got something going with the ads they post all over NYC. Take a look, they will make you chuckle at least. (via) View List ›
From India to Alaska, take a world tour as we explore the very best of the “Meanwhile, in…” meme. Be warned, because, of course, there’s plenty of nudity and debauchery in this definitive collection. Let the cultural stereotyping begin! View List ›
More fun than most lists: Uber-MP3-blog HypeMachine has compiled the best artists, albums and songs of the year, and they’re all there for your listening pleasure. Read More ›
Take a walk through internet history with this retrospective of the best viral videos of the year, all slammed together into one 6 and a half minute masterblaster. Great soundtrack too! Who knew nerds could be so bad-ass?! (I did. I have faith in you.)