Our reason to be brave.
Our reason to be brave.
No stranger to the strangeness of the tech world, BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti offers his take on HBO’s hilarious and incisive comedy Silicon Valley. TL;DR: He liked it. A lot.
Get an exclusive look at CBS’s new comedy, inspired by the 2011 Cameron Diaz–Justin Timberlake movie. Plus, executive producer Hilary Winston reveals how the show will get to the root of the world’s worst educator (sans bongs).
It’s a known fact that cats are better than dogs. This argument is no longer up for debate.
Are you a neighborhood burger chef or a smart, strong, sensual woman?
A pair of comedy videos are inspired by outcry over the lack of Latinas on Saturday Night Live.
Somewhere along the line, it happened.
THEY’RE IN THE BEAR CAGE.
You are not alone.
Because ASSSSCAT 3000 was already taken.
WARNING: All results are awesomely badass.
“Maybe that’s why your job is coming to an end.” Ouch.
Scribd released its list of the most popular eBooks across the United States. Turns out, Americans love romance. And ice cream.
You really shouldn’t have tried Craigslist.
You have an essay due tomorrow? Welcome to hell.
It’s about time you knew.
…with only the illustrations as their guide. A for effort?
It appears Matt Foley was in that van a lot longer than we thought.
Plus Matthew McConaughey talks about getting into character for True Detective, Hollywood’s all-time greatest after-parties, and a nationwide CLOWN SHORTAGE.
“What a wonderful beard! I’d love to cum on it.” Slightly NSFW-ish comedy ahead.
Plus how you do things differently than Beyoncé, an amazing Instagram account from Australia, and “Sesame Street Fighter.”
This is As Good As It Gets.
During a BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning interview, the former Seinfeld star and co-creator said it is “anti-comedy” to approach the genre like it’s “the census.”
What’s the deal with all these quizzes?
This is destiny! Here are just a few reasons why Seth is ready to take over the Late Night desk on February 24.
That hurts. Check out some of Seth’s greatest burns from behind the Weekend Update desk, and get excited for even more dishing when Late Night with Seth Meyers premieres on February 24.
The struggle is real. Based on this post.
Plus the 18 worst Super Bowl fails ever, the 12 highest-rated comedies streaming on Netflix, and 27 spelling errors people keep making on Twitter.
He may be offensive, but he’ll make you laugh.