Y.O.L.O. or F.O.M.O.?
Y.O.L.O. or F.O.M.O.?
Grab your Power Glove and binge on these retro games.
We’re all “that one friend who…” But which one are YOU?
“Beyoncé and I do have similar curves.”
Four and three and two and one!
Southwest Airlines said the shirt – promoting the Comedy Central TV show Broad City – was offensive. But the student refused to remove it, citing freedom of speech.
“I was so worried, I baked a whole cake. And then I ate a whole cake.”
This week for BuzzFeed News, Ken Bensinger profiles black America’s favorite white comedian. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed News and around the web.
It was the best of times; it was the sweatiest of times.
You know, from Broad City.
It’s clear Ilana Wexler DGAF about most things in life. And we’d all be better off following suit.
You would literally follow her into hell.
He’s basically what we should all aspire to be in this maddening world.
From actors and pop stars to robots and sentient trees, these are the film and TV characters we can’t stop thinking about. Presented in no particular order. WARNING: Spoilers throughout.
These are the actors who left their mark on film and television this year. Now they enter 2015 as Hollywood’s most exciting new players.
“It’s 2014, anal is on the menu.”
“Don’t call that a white power suit.”
You just KNOW she’d take a bullet for you.
BuzzFeed got to sit down with the ladies from “Broad City” at NYCC and ask them 10 important questions.
Because you’re the only person I can really stand.
Wake and bake with your queens!
These ladies would’ve slayed in more ways than one.
To all the Jane Lanes out there.
Time to find out whether you should be hanging out at Tom’s Restaurant, or if you’re actually a regular at Central Perk.
It’s time for some fresh blood!
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
In the pilot of The CW’s Reign, Caitlin Stasey’s character Kenna shocked audiences with a controversial masturbation scene. Since then, she has remained an unapologetically sexual character — and, according to Stasey, an essential representation of female sexuality for young women.
The star of “Broad City” isn’t afraid to ask the hard questions.