April 1, 2013
Meet Raffi Williams.
April Fools Day edition!
Gov. Peter Shumlin, the chair of the Democratic Governors Association, had choice words for his Republican colleagues.
Tech companies promised to hire graduates of a new San Francisco job training program in exchange for tax breaks. The question is, how do you break into the same tech world that cast you out — or wouldn't normally welcome you in the first place.
That's...something. A new blog called Libya Liberty has been collecting hilarious, bizarre and baffling examples of "Arab" stock photos.
Black flies in your Chardonnay, rain on your wedding day, a traffic jam when you're already late, and 28 other things that define irony.
A spokesman for Congressional candidate said it was because they had "an over amount of retweets" and were "overwhelmed with retweets" and that people looking for information for events would "get lost in the retweets." The spokesman added "we wanted to make it more organic."
She gave birth to you, she fed you, she picked you up from awful middle school dances; the least you can do is buy her a Mother's Day card.
The gauntlet is thrown. Before friendship was magic, before Bronies, there was only Ponyville, population: ALL YOUR ALLOWANCE.
In the world of crafting, you might feel somewhat constricted by not owning a sewing machine. Here are some creative ways to get around it.
Things that make you go hmmm.
"They are relentless, viscous and hell-bent," Lloyd Marcus says of gay rights advocates.
And boutonniere! Whether it's for a prom, a wedding, or just because succulents are the best, this is a quick and inexpensive way to make any outfit special.
This unforgettable new game sets the standard in gaming in every area except one.
I mean more fun for you, and not so much for anyone else.
Key votes on same-sex couples' marriage rights are scheduled within days in Uruguay and Colombia. These will be the first tests for marriage equality since Pope Francis became the first pontiff from Latin America.
For the win!
The 21-year-old cast member was found dead with his uncle after they had been missing for more than a day.
Google and Microsoft aren't start-ups anymore. Tech companies' bizarre fixation on April fools.
Youths perform dangerous stunts while driving on two wheels.
How can you just sit there chewing, content with your sad, conformist sandwich? You could be turning your food into ART.
"They're so just done with this."
"Oh man," Obama said.
The Dirty Dozen of porn.
Oreos filled with toothpaste? AHHH.
When teenage caricatures collide, things get weird. Buzzfeed go an exclusive look at the newest issue. Thanks to Dilton's science experiment gone awry, half the Glee cast is trapped in comic book form until he can unscramble the universes.
The world is round, Kim.
Revenge never sounded so sweet. Using only sounds remixed from the show, Edgar Camago created an ode to Arya's prayer.
They rejected a life-in-prison plea deal last week.
Surprisingly quick growth for the rebooted site.
A mix of political amateurs and diehard fans are convinced that Clinton will run for president — and that they can help her.
Ed Gillespie said Sunday Republican opposition to benefits for same-sex couples may change, but the party won't be embracing marriage rights for gay couples on their platform.
One can only imagine how happy this puppy was.