October 11, 2013
Sometimes your body just doesn't cooperate.
Zuckerberg allegedly dropped $30 million to buy up houses around his home, a source told the San Jose Mercury News Meanwhile, Facebook users will lose the option to remain unsearchable on the social network.
Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, and Danai Gurira are bringing a lot of chocolate, Prince albums, and cats.
Brought to you by the people who clearly don't understand anything about relationships.
Happy Friday y'all!
Sorry everybody else, but these ladies (and five dudes) look way better than your boring old regular cosplay.
Plus a man eating a wheel of brie on his subway commute, the amazing story behind surprise pop stars Ylvis, and Nic Cage gets named the greatest actor in the world.
Miley partied, Zac Efron went to a haunted house, and more!
The world is full of mysteries. Horrible, unsettling mysteries.
She's like Jackie O, if Jackie O were also Satan.
"Our dear politicians have gone mad with homosexual desires," lamented Gennady Valutsè of the religious conservative group ProOrtodoxia.
Adorable family Halloween costumes are the only reason to procreate.
Starting Saturday, lottery winners won't be paid until the shutdown ends.
Well, NEARLY effortless.
This is the second migrant ship to sink in the Mediterranean this month.
At the Values Voter Summit, no one is worried about polls showing their anti-Obamacare crusade doing damage to the GOP's image. "I consider myself more of a conservative than... a straight Republican."
Gargoyles: Always stoned. Sometimes trashed.
Gosling and Gaga and Ke$ha, oh my!
The Sherlock star created the most potent prompt for slash fiction in the history of the universe.
The 2013 NFL season has been bad for Eli — but great for #ManningFace.
There's no better feeling than coming home after a long day to a great dinner that you've already made. Way to go, slow cooker. Way to go, self.
Mani Pedi? Don't mind if I do.
Maryland is not DC. I'm sorry, it's just not.
The former Eagle has Lou Gehrig's disease, and his son plays for one of the best high school teams in Alabama. He's not the only brain-trauma plaintiff who's made this kind of decision.
By turns moving and absurd, these coming-out moments from TV shows and movies made us feel a little better about getting there ourselves.
Don't tell me, "Oh, he's married now, and also not real." I don't want to hear it.
So many lonely songs. Won't you help them?
Aside from sitting, what else can you do while you're nursing or pumping? Well…everything!
This Willy Wonka character isn't a brat ... she's just a woman who knows what she wants.
"I want the life I had back," — Huda, 11.
...since he's not even in it! Don't ever say The Purple One doesn't have a sense of humor about himself.
All while sporting pigtails and knee socks. May the best famous person win!
House Speaker John Boehner disagrees.
You are so pretty it hurts.
"Holding events linked with the discussion of sexual minority issues in places the public can visit openly is a provocation that morally harms children," wrote Moscow's security office, threatening to arrest participants in a rally planned by controversial LGBT activist Nikolai Alexeyev.
After a meeting with Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings, Robert Benmosche said that he had "unintentionally trivialized a horrible legacy of our country. That was the opposite of my intent." But his new remarks are consistent with what he's been saying about the AIG bonuses since he took over in 2009.
During a press-only sneak peak at MSNBC's soon-to-be launched new website, network president Phil Griffin had plenty to say.
A group of gun lobbyists have declared Dec. 14, 2013 as "Guns Save Lives Day." UPDATE: Organizers moved "Guns Save Lives Day" to Dec. 15, one day after the anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting.
The big losers: shareholders and employees.
"What inspires me is finding out how to use MagLev trains to get resources to the moon."
Gorgeous art for a gorgeous series.
When you can't be Facebook for the fourth consecutive year.
LGBT men and women embraced by their loved ones and community.
The former Black Flag singer is a true Renaissance man: musician, actor, author, journalist, comedian, activist, and purveyor of ice cream.
What does a sidekick have to do to get a little respect?
"This is just how I've always been. This is my normal."
The FX biker drama, now in its sixth season, keeps growing and growing. [Updated]
Sure, they're musical and magical, but who stands a chance against the walking Disney dead? We've ranked the most likely candidates by survivor potential.
Having all of this unlimited money is so hard.
Seriously, why does your body do that?
Yes, in fact, there is such a thing as uninspirational quotes.
MY EYES. (NSFW-ish.)
Things are normal, OK?!
If you need to get away (but can't actually leave your desk) this is your solution.
There are rules to stuffing your face, you know.
This incredibly foxy man put his best wig forward for Cut Copy's new music video "Free Your Mind." Prepare yourself for what's about to happen, everyone.
GLAAD's 18th annual "State Of Television" report shows that although cable LGBT depictions are growing, you didn't see as many gay faces on broadcast TV this year.
Malala Yousafzai, the favorite to win the Nobel Peace Prize, would have become the youngest laureate to date. "In Pakistan I was Malala, simply Malala."
I mean, let's be real: If random gibberish could make noise it'd sound like dubstep.
An ode to the Web 1.0 kitsch that you loved.
A backlash for complaining about a lack of towels while government workers are furloughed.
This week, BuzzFeed's Doree Shafrir profiles Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress Melissa Leo, whose success in Hollywood has been a long time coming. Read that and these other great longform pieces from around BuzzFeed and the web.
Ylvis performed their viral hit "The Fox" on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and it was peeer-per-per-per-per-per-per-perperperfect.
General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi claims he doesn't want to run for to president. Then why does it look like he's running a carefully coordinated media campaign?
The running back's son had lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota with his mother.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
“That is disgusting. Disgusting! You are going to hell!”
The star composer discusses how the internet mirrors Greek mythology, his great love of catfishing stories and polygamist blogs, and his new opera, Two Boys, which will bring the 'net to the Met on Oct. 21.
Keep your toes toasty this fall with cute DIY footwear.
It's the first truly mobile, online-only bank.
Or 6 ways to make your friends and family go viral.
He's 17 and called Regan. And looks nothing like his footballer father.
La gueule de bois ? Ces chiens vous comprennent.
The Tea Party senator jokes that the activists are "paid political operatives" sent by the Obama administration.
It is supposed to be a happy occasion. You are allowed to laugh.
Who knew he was so skilled in impressions?
Lars Von Trier stays true to character: making everyone feel slightly uncomfortable.
Halloween is fast approaching, and everyone will be judged based on their decorations. These houses obviously win forever.
The couple that scares together, stays together.
Some are saying he was "bullied to death" by school administrators.
My fellow earth lovers, we have a new leader and her name is Shailene.
"OMG so racist" - these basset hounds.
The good ole days.
Huge legal costs do what the financial crisis couldn't.
Will our long national nightmare ever end?
Canadian filmmaker John Greyson's family feared he would die in an Egyptian prison if it were known he was gay, so his partner of 17 years went back in the closet.
Let's go on a tour of the anger factory.
Furby Living imagines the likes of Gary Barlow and Katy Perry as lovable toys. Winner.
Can you identify them all?
Show us what you've got.
Especially if it helps them find hidden food.
Oh, about their whole VMA twerking controversy? "That's on her," says Thicke.
"I'm just letting that chapter close," she told Ellen Degeneres.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons wins the Nobel Peace Prize over Malala Yousafzai. The 16-year-old Yousafzai was the favorite to win.
Arachnophobics look away now.
Receipts leaked by Mayfair nightclub Kitsch show how two Russian multi-millionaires engaged in a "bottle war", spending £66,778.91 and £64,279.70 on booze respectively. In the space of just two and a half hours.
Which charity should I donate my green token to? WHICH CHARITY?
Put the kettle on.
Tissues. The whole box.
WOW. A passenger who claimed she had just lost her mother suffered a shocking breakdown on a recent flight to Tampa.
The tea party group had to take out a $1 million line of credit, and its fundraising efforts have tanked this year, sources say. FreedomWorks dismisses the accusations as claims made by "bored former employees."
With the premiere of ABC's Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, viewers are getting yet another iteration of Lewis Carroll's classic story. Here's a look at how adaptations of his novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland have changed over the years.
Self-styled (literally) movie star Melissa Leo has, over the course of three decades of work, carved out an almost impossible career path for an actress: peaking in her fifties, simultaneously courting and trolling Hollywood, and not giving a shit how any of that makes her look.
"No support until they solve debt ceiling and shutdown in an appropriate fashion. The implications for 2014 are real and very troubling," warns Wylde.
Are you and your shotgun pumped for Sunday?
Apparently people had fetishes for pumpkin people.
"I don't really know what to expect for my trip," Myunghee Bae says.
"This is the intersection of a stupid train running into a dynamite pile of stupid," the D.C. Central Kitchen's development director said.