Here they are, all 47 (U.S. versions) of them, ranked in order from worst to best. This is written in stone; it cannot be changed because it’s science.
This isn’t based on science or sports or other dumb things. This is based on the cute factor.
Feel free to fan yourself with your powdered wig.
BuzzFeed developed an interactive map to help determine the ideal city for you. Pick the criteria that matter most and watch the ranking update to cater to your desires.
They may not be a doctor or a lawyer, but they can play one on TV! All men given a stamp of approval by a rabbi* (*the rabbi being me and not an actual rabbi).
Arrested Development and Veronica Mars are getting the re-vamp treatment. So, what show should be next?!
The Bluths have had well over 70 guest stars in their time — but 30 of them are clearly superior. Can you guess who’s number one?
Ricky Gervais does this fun (and kind of weird?) thing where he takes selfies of himself in the bathtub. This is the official ranking of those images.
Hold on to your seats for the top two absolute best times hedgehogs have sat in chairs.
We know they are all miserable but who’s the MOST miserable? Ranked in order from sad to most sad.
Today, Stephen King releases his 62nd book, “The Wind Through the Keyhole”, the eighth entry in his Dark Tower epic. But not all King works are created equal.
Are you living in a state with one the highest rates of divorce in America?
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A nifty site that tracks and ranks individual Wikipedia articles. A pretty awesome resource to see what people are trying to learn more about… aside from Buzzfeed, of course.
Twitter ranking site Twitterank was the big news on Twitter today, until users started worrying about the fact that they’d unquestioningly given it their passwords. It’s still not entirely clear whether this was an elaborate hoax, a phishing scam, or just another arbitrary Twitter ranking site, but it’s been fun watching everyone scramble to try and figure it out.
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