March 25, 2013
Now nearing the end of its fourth season, Glee is actually a lot of fun.
Geography is a hateful thing, but stealing a weekend here and there still makes it worth it.
If you wanted to put her style in a box... GOOD LUCK.
Something about these signs doesn't feel quite right. Then again, why would a sign lie to you?
The meat-heavy diet has trounced Atkins, raw food, and even gluten-free, according to Google Trends.
Chocolate: Is it magic? These scientific studies sure make it seem that way.
Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick explain why partnering with Amazon will mean more blood and guts.
Plot holes, plot holes everywhere. Sometimes when you revisit a classic movie from your childhood, the glaring inconsistencies really start to get to you.
Cats are the best, and also they are the worst. But mostly the best.
NPH and David are the most beautiful and perfect couple out there, so you better know your facts.
Clarissa Darling is returning in book form with the upcoming novel Things I Can't Explain. Let's speculate about the plot.
Sergio Garcia knows how to impress people. This is awesome.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Seriously, look at him.
Turns out it was just a way to advertise a local ice cream store.
Fifteen-year-old Eli Reimer, his father and a group of friends made the two-week, 70-mile hike to raise money and awareness for disabled children.
A day after Karl Rove warned Obama's gun laws will lead to a national registry of gun owners, the White House says that's baloney.
Is this finally the internet fashion film that will go really viral?
They may have been over the hill, but they had the sharpest tongues on television.
I have never been more jealous of anyone who has ever lived.
Three decades ago today, one dance move changed the world. So how come you still haven't mastered it in all that time?
Superstars viciously attack innocent half-court shot contestants.
This time they are lip-syncing to their Spring Breakers costar, Selena Gomez's "Love Song."
These Senators voted for the original DOMA law while in the Senate and House and now support the repeal of the law. Senators Jay Rockefeller and Tim Johnson's offices told BuzzFeed they no longer support the law. An asterisk denotes they voted for the law as members of the House.
Opinion polling now favors same-sex marriage, but the Supreme Court has flouted public opinion in major decisions in the past.
The only thing we really know about mainframes is that they're somehow always under attack. Enjoy this supercut of tech's most reliable film cliche.
Won't say who they're working with now.
In honor of the impending third season. Bet you didn't know you needed a "Winter Is Coming" thong until this very minute.
More entries from the world's biggest fake ad contest — the Chip Shop Awards. Via England.
Welcome to Lee Pace's birthday post, please, come in.
Address your spicy Indian chicken needs without leaving home.
Legendary words, legendary art.
Are you having a terrible day? Let D'Angelo soothe your soul.
"If I'm not following you on twitter, I hate you," vagina murdering, and more gems.
A lot of the early Disney cartoons feature strikingly similar animation sequences. Please, don't let this ruin your childhood.
Relive the magic with some of the most memorable sets from the past two weekends of the annual Miami electronic music festival.
I often find myself waking up in a cold sweat in the middle of the night haunted by this question. I need answers. You need answers.
Her face belonged to Noxzema and also Jared Leto.
You don't see this kind of stuff on cable news all the time.
Robert Zimmerman Jr. sent out a series of Tweets on Saturday about the "dangers" of "black teenagers."
Jeff Withey may be one of the biggest guys in the tournament, but he's not all height. Dude can ball.
What would Bobby Hill do?
A quick office poll. Seems like HBO might have a problem here!
When the backup quarterback's plane took a pit stop in Wichita, he swung by the Wichita State team bus and gave them an inspiring speech.
The glamor is almost too much to bear.
This will blow your mind. Dutch artist Diet Wiegman uses ingenious shadow and light sculptures to turn trash into beauty.
The brand's Facebook page is overflowing with angry messages about the collection they've called "Bright Young Things."
"It's irresponsible to continue to act as though we are victims," writes Alexis Ohanian. A strategic response to a real problem.
We have achieved papal singularity. Newly-elected Pope Francis meets Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
"We are making progress but we've got to finish the job," the president tells new Americans
The late L.A. photographer conceptualized and directed some of the most iconic music videos of all time. He worked with everyone from Madonna and Michael Jackson to Britney Spears and NSYNC.
The drive-thru really has only one rule.
A Kickstarter project hoping to raise money to send a nine-year-old girl to programming camp has ignited a massive storm of anger in the online gaming community.
Across the city, New York residents came together to show support for marriage equality. The demonstrations took place just days before the U.S. Supreme court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans and the DOMA.
Reality is for people who can't handle anime.
A home store is giving out fake damage stickers to women "to help convince your husband to change the furniture."
With special guest Chris Hansen! So just go on over there and have a seat.
Turns out sideways toasters and bacon-weaves aren't just internet myths, and the rest of us are totally missing out.
This time she tries out Selena Gomez and Kristen Stewart.
You know, you really have a point there.
At least someone associated with the Kansas City Royals looks happy.
Florida Gulf Coast: accredited since 1997, Sweet 16-worthy since 2013!
This makes too much sense.
A Wisconsin grandma gave a bunch of old newspapers she saved to her grandson, and they're awesome. What are we going to save for our grandkids? Printed out stories we read online? Screen shots?
There are just so many little things to keep track of when you're expecting. Just remember: "There's a chart for that."
Hey, senators: 2002 is calling, and it wants its web designers back.
Artist and Redditor Nathan W. Pyle made these wonderful Gifs of basic tips and etiquette for living in New York City. Boy are they spot on.
One Autocorrect mistake is funny. But when people keep digging themselves deeper? AMAZING. (NSFW-ish language.)
Plus exclusive new pages from the next issue of Batman Inc. BuzzFeed talked with the Batman author over the phone about divorce, death, and irrevocable decisions.
Step aside, breakfast.
It may be even...better?!
As long as you love me, we could be starving, we could be homeless, we could be broke.
While serving in Afghanistan, Staff Sgt. Jesse Knott met a neglected cat and decided to save his life. Koshka the cat returned the favor.
"I wasn't much on school. I was 2 busy listening 2 the grass grow." This Letter of Note kills it.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
The first major update to Windows 8.
Even the best fall down sometimes...
Chris Bosh is a photo-bombing legend.
The Sebert siblings showed up to the Nickelodon Kids Choice Awards looking like Wonka-inspired cartoon billionaires. It kind of worked?
Quit groaking me, you slubberdegullion.
This man's ensemble is the definition of American ingenuity.
On March 24, 1998, two children shot up a middle school near Jonesboro, Arkansas, killing five, wounding ten, and setting the benchmark for a horrifying trend in America. This is the story of how the close-knit rural community healed — and didn’t — and what places like Newtown can learn from its example.
What happens when you type "[City Name] is ..." into Google UK? Well, it's mostly a bit critical, to be honest, but at least Reading is fundamental.
Especially for all those Little Pete fans looking for inspiration.
Alien-like, even. NSFW-ish.
This week, Comcast is freeing up a ton of its on-demand content, like the entireties of Mad Men, Downton Abbey, Homeland, and Game of Thrones. It's a lot! Here's a guide.
For an occasion that throws green slime onto those who attend, the style was not that bad. And then there was Ke$ha.
And, as shown when it became the first 15-seed to ever reach the Sweet 16, Florida Gulf Coast is pretty damn good at basketball.
"I find myself unable to look them in the eye without honestly confronting this uncomfortable inequality," moderate Missouri Democrat says.