Photographer Viktorija Pashuta and stylist Jordan Swain have reimagined different social networks as dapper men.
STOP! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD! JUST STOP!
It was a truly vintage year for colossal fails. Some NSFW stuff here.
Brand photographed and tweeted the business card of senior Daily Mail reporter Neil Sears and encouraged his 8.7 million followers to get in touch, then deleted the tweet soon afterwards.
Former footballer Kevin Stephens, aka Stevothemadman, was filming a sketch with friends in a park in North London using fake guns, when armed police arrived.
Hallie Twomey’s son C.J. died in October 2010, and 12 months ago she began asking strangers to spread his ashes around the globe. A hundred countries later, she’s still asking.
People around the nation either mentioned Ferguson or used #Ferguson in their tweets.
When Kimberly Maschi found out her son, Jase, was autistic, she didn’t know what to do. But now she’s explaining what it’s like and helping other parents, six seconds at a time.
BuzzFeed meets Arthur, who does not like being stuck in traffic. Some NSFW language.
I took 23 selfies before I posted this one.
This definitely don’t seem like something you’d regret spending a lot of money on…
Hashtags and filters aren’t everything.
Got a long list of ex-lovers / They’ll tell you I’m insane.
I’m using words to cover my zits.
The decision was taken after more than 700 students signed a petition calling for the comedian’s gig to be called off.
The Frenchman famous for his anarchic Vines was reportedly detained by police after stripping down to his Speedos during a flight to Miami.
There are some things in life you just can’t filter.
The man famous for street-prank Vines made a video about how he refused the money to stay true to his ideals and travel the world.
“Bring back the miniskirt!”
If you want your photos to get All the Likes, try these tricks.
It was about opening an exhibition at the Science Museum.
Send me one more Candy Crush invite. I dare you.
On one hand, he wasn’t wearing a shirt in the area where they prepare food. On the other hand, the photos are pretty fierce.
While volunteering for the Peace Corps in Ukraine in 2010, I contracted a rare, severe strain of drug-resistant TB. Two years of painful, isolating treatment taught me the vital role social media may play in dragging this disease out of the shadows and finally getting rid of it for good.
The social media giant has announced a feature which allows users to let family and friends know they’re safe if they’re located in a disaster zone.
Sleeping: The act of lying down and spending hours analyzing every small detail of your life.
We all do them. It’s time to come clean.