October 8, 2013
And no, this is not filled with what Forever 21 thinks the "80s" are.
A new "clean" debt limit measure drafted by Senate Democrats would extend the nation's debt ceiling through the end of 2014 and simply provide the president authority to pay the nation's debts.
"I hope you'll be as disturbed as I am at what I'm about to share," Rep. Schweikert said.
For her 30th birthday, she created this masterpiece.
"Are you havin' a good time?" Not sure actually, this is the best/worst kind of frat rave/EDM party and I'm not sure who I am anymore.
Ever heard of Valli Girls? Well once upon a time it was the best girl band in the world and Danielle and Este Haim, now members of the super cool sister group Haim, were in it.
I really don't want to die, it's just that I'm pretty sure I'm dying.
The lawsuit came after a supervisor allegedly groped and tried to kiss an intern.
"It is sometimes hard to understand why I still don't have my beautiful butterfly," Alissa Parker, mother of Emilie Parker who was killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting, writes in her essay 'Butterfly.'
He just got a new one to commerate Mily's new album.
On Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Brett Dalton plays no-nonsense Agent Grant Ward. He sat down with BuzzFeed to talk about Ward's softer side, Agent Coulson's mysterious return, and what Nathan Fillion told him about joining the Whedonverse.
He's an unquestionable Hall of Fame quarterback with extremely questionable hairstyles.
Mysteries Debunked. Scores Settled. Lessons Learned.
Thousands hit the National Mall Tuesday to draw attention back to immigration reform.
Because some of us went to new-age-feel-gooderies, and some of us still don't know if we took algebra or not.
There's always money in the banana stand.
BUT LILO, WHERE IS YOUR HELMET?
"Come on, man, you're better than that."
You have plates, cups, and food. Now what?
The Senate Majority Leader's office Vined Republicans saying "I object" over and over and over.
Taken after last night's Dodgers game.
This is art fit for the halls of Rivendell. Artist Jian Guo uses digital art to mimic the artistry of old world stained glass and results speak for themselves.
The best way to face your fears is to just eat them.
Plus 8 dessert versions of famous art, finding Waldo in real life, and a fridge of beer that only opens for Canadians.
Supporters of immigration reform gathered on the National Mall for a rally Tuesday called “Camino Americano: March for Dignity and Respect." Organizers told BuzzFeed they expected more than 20,000 people at the rally. More than 100 people have already been arrested, including at least eight members of Congress.
Ah, the art of the Snapchat caption.
Trick or treat or...both? ;)
Ooooh, is that Riesling??
Impressive costumes for the craftily challenged.
You're doing everything wrong!
When the government's away, the animals can actually play.
When great television collides.
COOL, so I guess my PlayDough sculptures don't mean anything to anyone?
Clearly they haven't seen Gravity yet.
In which we learn it's OK to interrupt Tim Gunn's dinner in the quest for an internship. Don't everyone try this, though, for Tim's sake.
After insisting for weeks he won't negotiate with "a gun to [his] head," the president tries to give Republicans a way out. But he wants the country to know he's being the reasonable one.
More like beginning-terms, during-terms, and end-terms, amirite?
It's time to take your relationship to the next level.
The perfect playlist for all you "scary monsters and super creeps."
Just five more minutes and I'll... zzzzzz.
Because why not?
Don't freak out, but it's been seven years since Will And Grace ended and here they are reunited last night.
Turns out, too much spinach can be a bad thing.
The four-part Disney Channel movie series is one of the best things about Halloween. Or, the first three movies are, anyway.
Eleven counties in Colorado will vote on whether they'd like to form their own state in November. To actually make a new state, though, you need your state government to say it's OK and Congress needs to approve it.
Let this be a reminder not to showboat, people.
Rafe Posey reflects on his transgender paper trail and "The Ladies" who helped him along the way.
Why do they stop so much? How come some of them are so fat? And what's with the fanny packs?
Carrick High School decided to cancel the Trayvon Martin Day it had scheduled during homecoming. It has been replaced with Pirate Baseball Day.
A collection of chyrons from the new Fox News Deck's coverage of the president's hour-long press conference regarding the government shutdown.
If any of these things sound familiar, you are a dog.
The doctor is in.
Netflix gets the best of all of us, really.
Conservatives roasted former Vice President Dick Cheney at a New York City event sponsored by the conservative Commentary magazine Monday night. Co-chairs of the program included Rupert Murdoch with roasts by Scooter Libby, Donald Rumsfeld, and Joe Lieberman.
Yelp reviews, cocktail parties, and employee-only ballet performances. Community board members push back.
Take the money you saved by making a homemade cake and put it in a therapy fund for your kid, who will be needing it in a big way for many, many years to come.
Hey atheists, just try and tell me divine intervention wasn't at play here. JUST TRY.
The German Olympic Sports Confederation disputes claims that its rainbow-themed Olympic outfit is a protest of Russia's anti-gay law.
Age-old wisdom dictates long-distance relationships are doomed to fail. That's a bunch of bullshit.
Weather.com's editor-in-chief explains the site's new, outrageous tone. And how everyone loves a good apocalypse.
Who needs Mario, coins, and Princess Peach when you could have Leslie Knope, waffles, and Ice Clown?
Saudi Arabian Preacher Who Raped And Tortured His 5-Year-Old Daughter To Death Is Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison
In Saudi Arabia, a father cannot be executed for murdering his child.
These tweets provide mild sustenance between meals. Please keep them coming.
Do. Not. Fart.
But it hasn't changed a bit.
There's no time like a furlough to think about where your food comes from.
Gregory D. Johnsen to join as year-long fellow
Who doesn't like tadpoles? Tadpoles are cool.
These photos were taken with the first commercial Kodak camera model in 1888-1890.
Also, water is wet and the sky is blue.
On Feb. 14, 2013, a billion people gathered around the world to end violence against women. On Monday, the organization announced that activists in 100 countries have already signed on for next year's event. BuzzFeed talked to Eve Ensler about her ambitious plans for 2014.
Firefly was never cancelled, they just changed the name to Castle.
Mr. Hanks revealed on Letterman that he was recently diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, the most common form of the disease.
Apparently animating female characters that look different is hard?
We need to talk about this tongue.
Japan's largest social network for artists is a bonanza for charming cartoons and swooping fantasy illustrations.
It's the end of the world as we know it and James Rickards, an author and senior managing director at merchant bank Tangent Capital, feels fine.
The worst-kept secret of the sci-fi year is out.
It's all fun and games until the world is overrun with the living dead. BuzzFeed got a sneak peek at the first eight pages of the spooky series.
"IF ANYTHING EVER FAILS, GO GET MORE ALCOHOL."
This post contains sequins and crystals, biceps, more biceps and an unfortunate instance of racism. Let's get totally leotarded!
More than a million Rainbow Looms have been sold since a Detroit father invented the toy in 2010. Toys 'R' Us is locked in a lawsuit with his company after introducing a rival product called Cra-Z-Loom.
Such a classic.
Shares rose after the department-store company said comparable store sales fell by only 4% in September.
For example, why doesn't Glenn grow facial hair? That question and more answered just in time for the Season 4 premiere of The Walking Dead this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on AMC.
This fearless lady recently debuted a new buzz.
Protesters started chanting, "Whose side are you on?"
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Abandoned in old age, this little guy found a loving home and is considered the cutest blind meatloaf to ever walk on four legs.
A stomach infection caused by a debilitating bacterial infection, which kills 14,000 Americans annually, is destroyed by a pill filled with poop.
Don't worry, though! There's no animosity amongst these fake relatives!
Well that was embarrassing.
Everybody makes mistakes. (Everybody has bad days.)
Vandalism can be a really good thing.
Why not just use spellcheck? UGGGHHHH...
Arresting the site's owner was just stage one.
If you've ever wondered how to sign "Pussy and Patron make it feel alright," you're in luck.
As Twitter heads for its public market debut, the company is facing criticism for not having any women on its board. Here are 12 female executives we think would make excellent directors.
Repeat as necessary until all the bad goes away.
The Arizona Congressman also recently tweeted that the White House was trying to shut down the ocean.
So it's all his fault then...
"Hey, you got a minute?"
Rights groups and opposition activists say the move recalls Soviet-era KGB tactics of sending dissidents to mental hospitals.
You'll think twice next time you fill out one of these cards.
Justin Reefer. Get it?
When you know it's fake and it still scares you, you know it's good.
A cheerful true story via a New Jersey chicken farm, from 1938.
From the beginning of the universe to its ultimate fate, these are some of the most out there theories around. Some of them might even be true.
That's the last thing he expected to happen.
As if you weren't already.
Still can't wait for the 50th? These are the timey-wimey feeds you need in your life.
Redditor otepp has come up with an ingenious way of taking a poll whilst you're taking care of business.
The pair have been announced as this year's recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics.
According to the book 1,227 Quite Interesting Facts to Blow Your Socks Off.
Today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic.
Heroes, one and all.
Including X Factor sex scandals, new Spice Girl singles and boy band bankruptcies.
This is up there with peeing in a diaper on the crazy scale.
President Putin demands an apology after a Russian diplomat was detained and "beaten" by police overnight.
Ah, the old bump-into-each-other-and-switch-voices trick. It'll get you every time.
We take a sneak peak inside Simon Jenkins' new book, England’s 100 Best Views.
Margera's wedding to Nikki Boyd took place in Iceland and looks probably as you'd expect.
Because how many other kinds are there, really? Mildly NSFW.
The world's first malaria vaccine could be made available as early as 2015.
Stewart: "How many have signed up thus far?" Sebelius: "Fully enrolled? I can't tell you, because I don't know."
The new $100 bill goes into circulation on Tuesday. Find out how to check if your bill is legit.
"[T]hey had to find a new boogeyman and that is transgender kids," says the out gay regional vice-chairman of the California Republican Party. If the referendum organizers collect enough signatures, the measure would go on the November 2014 ballot.
Cheer up, Boston.
Mind the generation gap.
Here are some words to make you sound like a pretentious jerk.
If you aren't into Japanese techno pop rock, you're about to be.
15-years-ago in a nutshell: Leo DiCaprio, Leo DiCaprio, LEO!
The internet loves anything related to the Anchorman franchise, but will it help Dodge sell cars?