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“Every animal is trying to kill you.”
We love to spend our free time cow tipping.
“You must ride horses everywhere!” *rolls eyes*
It’s not easy being a girl… or a guy for that matter. Some differences might not be what you think.
No one is the “man” in a lesbian relationship. Spoiler: They’re both girls.
“You’re so funny. I usually don’t think guys are funny.”
It’s “aboot” time to stop saying that.
“I swear, it was the best weekend of my life.”
Featuring a dog teaching a baby how to crawl, people trying contouring for the first time, and remarkable sex facts.
Offend your way around Zone 1.
An extremely unscientific conversation. Sorry, Exeter.
“We can either continue to use our differences to divide us, or we can define our identities for ourselves.” NSFW: The photos in this series include nudity.
This Reddit thread asked for the most annoying national stereotypes from around the world. They really are infuriating.
We asked people in BuzzFeed’s U.K. office to tell us what stereotypes they had of every state in the U.S.A. Here are their responses. We’re so terribly sorry, America.
Are you True-ly North strong and free?
Offend your way around the British Isles.
“But you’re not really black.”
Many have asked why there are no black emoji characters. Apple said Tuesday the company is working to update the keyboard to be more multicultural.
No, we don’t go cow tipping.
“I’m the family breadwinner.” Candid revelations from some self-described “SAHMs.”
“Oh my god, quit being so sensitive.”
American by birth, Southern by the grace of God, right?
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee has denounced the mascot as “orientalist stereotyping” and asked the school to change it, the Desert Sun reports.
Including the most gloriously entertaining airline safety video ever, everything you need to know about the cuttlefish, and the ultimate test of who’s better at doing stuff: drunk adults or regular babies.
Beauty is in the eye of the photo retoucher.
We’re suddenly not feeling quite so proud to be British.
From the creator of the The Atlas Of Prejudice comes maps of the world according to stereotypical American prejudices. Equal parts funny and sad, these maps also give insight on how the rest of the world views U.S. Americans.
“Are Koreans really Chinese?” and other important queries. Search location set to United States of America.