February 2, 2012
I can't even with this. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?!
Bowing to The Donald? Probably not Team Mitt's favorite moment of the election so far...
Mitt Romney received an endorsement from a very smug Donald Trump today. It seemed like the perfect time to bust out BuzzFeed's "Smug-O-Meter." And like Spinal Tap's amps, it goes to eleven.
As in "If a gun was held to my face I would rather take the bullet than watch _______ again." Basically, what movie is your "Do it to Julia!" moment? And if you don't get that reference, get out of this thread.
I would suggest watching this if you want to hate everything.
Today, Dr. Ruth decided to compare a groundhog seeing its shadow to giving your partner orgasms. Okay, then!
With added "Yoshi's Story." Enjoy.
The former Supreme Court Justice made a comment about Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. Zing.
Here are five maps that show which states had the right idea, and which ones had the very, very wrong one.
In honor of friend of BuzzFeed, Eric Klinenberg's book "Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone" hitting store shelves today here are 10 of your favorite characters from film and tv who chose to "go solo."
"There are some things you just can't imagine happening in your life," jokes Romney. "This is one of them."
Literally one of the best supercuts out there. Literally.
87-year-old Hans Feldmeier received this can of pig fat as a student in 1948 in Germany as part of the post-war US aid program. For some reason, he kept it all this time, and here's what it looks like now.
Vengeance is a dish best served with clip art. Here are a few e-cards you can send to the Susan G. Komen Foundation if you don't fancy their decision to halt funding for Planned Parenthood.
"Of course we have to do our homework," says an aide.
Seyfried also swears she'd never date Justin Timberlake. Well now she's just a liar. This and other stories that flew under the Buzzfeed radar await your clicking pleasure.
A long courtship.
Quico Canseco takes the hardest line.
The Superbowl is today! What are you waiting for!? Click the links under the pictures for recipes.
First she stars in a World of Warcraft commercial and now Plaza is the muse for a music video for indie band Father John Misty? The girl is certainly well on her way to being the the #1 crush for geeks, hipsters, and comedy nerds alike.
And convincing you he didn't exist isn't one of them.
The recent solar storm caused the vivid red color of this beautiful natural occurrence.
I don't see how this man can lose.
Artist Tim Doyle has recreated iconic establishments from TV shows like "Seinfeld," "The Simpsons," and "Arrested Development" for his latest show at Spoke Art. The Kwik-E-Mart never looked so spooky.
Campaign points out that Trump has also given money to Harry Reid: "Hopefully, media reports of this event will include this delicious irony," the camp writes.
From Finland. This is effective.
Hello, dream office. Employees who work at Lego HQ get to enjoy a slide inside of their already sleek-and-modern digs. I imagine their day-to-day goes something like this: "Hey, Bob. Meet me in the conference room for a very important meeting in 30 seconds -- just take the slide!"
Reports of the site's downtime are sporadic, but the irony is constant and delicious.
OMFG! That is all.
And a perfect byline, too. 2012 has been a good year for chicken nuggets related news.
I can't. And I'm pretty sure you can't either.
Online activists are not happy about their decision to stop funding Planned Parenthood. In response to the breast cancer foundation's sudden move to stop supporting Planned Parenthood, a move that many are speculating was motivated by political pressure, hackers last night tweaked a banner advertising the Komen marathon (it has since been taken down). Brutal.
Mitt Romney keeps attributing a quote to Thomas Paine, despite the fact that scholars of Paine's work have denied his authorship. So here's a collection of other quotes Thomas Paine didn't say, just in case the Romney camp was considering putting them in speeches.
Mmmmm, space donuts. The Dark Lord of the Sith might take exception to this graffiti but it's for a good cause. Each of the helmets will be auctioned off for charity starting February 7th.
"My net worth is many, many, many times Mitt Romney," Romney endorser said. We're not sure that's true.
Haha. Good one, internet.
BuzzFeed's own Amy Sly has put together this informative chart on 2011 Super Pac spending.
Can't tell if actually upset, or elaborate Super Bowl lead-up ruse. Bill seems convinced that Priceline wouldn't dare kill him off.
This photo is a portrait of ouch. As the old saying goes, "You play with the bull, you get the blunt force vasectomy."
Were you the kid reading Catcher In The Rye, did you go through a really bitter Lord Of The Flies phase, how many times were you forced to read The Great Gatsby? We want to know what your favorite book was and why!
This just reinforces that Sesame Street is the best show ever.
Trig Palin and Bella Santorum are central to their parents' political identities.
After his appearance on Monday's "Late Show," Bill Murray found himself among the eight smiling faces of Korean girl group sensation "Girls Generation." Yep, sounds about right.
This is the most touching P.S.A. I have ever seen. Please, listen to the man. For the bees. (Thanks Courtney!)
Wishful thinking? Or does he know something we don't? The guy's got sources. UPDATE: But the AP says it's Newt.
Obama's SuperPAC needs billionaires. The IPO is about to make some.
The Gingrich campaign is preparing to challenge the current rules of Florida's winner-take-all primary. Citing a December 21st memo from RNC Chairman Reince Priebus saying winner-take-all states are not allowed to hold a caucus or primary before April 1, 2012, the Gingrich campaign will demand the delegates be states delegates be divided proportionally.