June 12, 2013
OMG I need a job.
"Villuminati," the lead track on J. Cole's upcoming album, attempts to provoke thoughts on homophobia by being blatantly homophobic.
Davide Martello, an Italian-born pianist and composer, took to a piano in Gezi Park in Turkey Wednesday in an attempt to calm tensions between the riot police and protesters. Tuesday morning authorities entered the park to remove political banners and clean.
It's been 20 years since the movie came out and I need some closure.
Once you see it...
"Sen. [Jeff] Merkley thought the meeting would be on an area that he had already been briefed on, and when conflicts arose he missed the meeting," liberal lawmaker's office said in a statement.
Tokyo's Sembikiya looks like a jewelry shop. Harry & David need to step up their game.
A collection of amazing moments you WISH you'd seen in person.
Happy hump day!
The trial of James “Whitey” Bulger, 83, is just one day old and it already has a little of everything.
Warning: This post may cause existential crises.
Rock 'n' Roll isn't as easy as it seems.
It was more than a summer job. It was a way of life.
The law will afford models under the age of 18 the same protections enjoyed by all child performers. So designers might want to start sorting out their paperwork now.
Says spying program has foiled "dozens" of terrorist plots.
Naturally, he killed it. Then he heard about the criticism and kindly informed the world that his dad was in the Navy and he was born and raised in San Antonio.
The French designer (and girl crush of every woman working in fashion) just announced she's creating a line for H&M. Really, she's been starting mass market since she founded her label in 1994.
There have been a lot of Superman stories in the past 75 years, but if you're looking to get caught up on everyone's favorite superhero (in preparation for the release of Man of Steel, for instance), these are the stories that you definitely need to read.
WHAT IS HAPPENING? Major spoilers ahead.
Everybody’s doing it.
This is just regular creepy, none of the really f*©ked up stuff.
Armando Iannucci, creator and write of HBO's Veep, sits down with BuzzFeed to talk politics. How Washington is like LA.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
The phrase "exciting holes" might speak to you in a way that's not related to food. I'm OK with that.
His fighting styles were "Ni-Ten Ichiryu, Muay Thai, Brazilian Juijitsu, Girly Biting and Scratching."
Aria and Ezra broke up at the end of Season 3, but are they done for good? "Right now, it's really rough for them," Ian Harding says.
New York just passed a law that would offer models the same protections as all entertainers under the age of 18. If the law passes, hiring girls under the age of 18 would become a lot more difficult (and probably less desirable) — but top models have been starting their careers well before 18 for decades.
TRY IT, I DARE YOU.
Because you're way too tense and it's freaking everyone out and you need to relax.
On the surface, hashtags will help Facebook users engage in "public conversations." More importantly, they will help brands target advertising more precisely, which will benefit Facebook's business as well.
This is how we interact with each other. We have no one to blame but ourselves.
She's no Pam Anderson, but she IS a fierce beach beauty.
The TV version of the Ann M. Martin book series is now on Netflix. And it is giving me a heart attack.
OK, it's time to go home. You've had quite enough to drink.
See photos of what's been described as Istanbul's "uneasy calm."
The best way to experience a new place is to sleep outside under the stars.
Exhibits that will teleport you back to recess.
How did you let this happen again?
Facebook lets you pay to make sure more of your friends can see your posts. But will anyone use it?
"This is putting American lives at risk and clearly done to hurt Americans," King says of Greenwald's scoops.
The NFL is showing some major spirit for the month of June. All proceeds go to the anti-homophobia group Athlete Ally.
What in this world is better than a really solid nap? NOTHING, is the answer.
Come on now. You know you're not having just one more.
"He has apologized and I apologize as well," says Senator Jeff Flake.
Fox and Friends' Brian Kilmeade interviewed the spokesman of the English Defense League, a group opposed to the spread of Islam. "It's great what you're doing," he said.
People on Weibo are obsessed with what food China will bring on their space missions. Compare these with photos of Korean, Russian, and Japanese space food.
And you'll never guess where it is.
Watch out for mini horses. They are cold-blooded murder machines.
Bill Clinton told doctors he would not be refused and haggled his way into the operating room just before Chelsea was born. "Father of the Year."
The Bush center celebrated by wearing exuberant socks.
Not every field trip was equally awesome. Ranked from worst to OH MY GOD LOOK AT THE SEA LIONS.
Madonna showed up at this show, but she definitely wasn't the most exciting living being in attendance.
Is it fab or drab?
Dads are the best, so no wonder you want to like the same things as them. Dad Rawk Forever!
Celebrate amateur creativity. Maybe your town is in here.
Ah yes, there's Bastard kid, Blonde lady, One-Eyed Jack, and King Of The Guys.
Young Torture Killaz have very filthy mouths indeed!
It's like an angel came down to Earth and decided to play soccer.
"We don't bid on big car plants here and shame on us."
Coming soon to a theater near you.
Anger, love, laughter, and snobbery. These are the coping mechanisms of the new console war.
Hold onto your hats because Harry Melling, the guy who played Dudley, got OLDER.
Without having to pop a Xanax.
"Are those your drums? Those are beautiful!" Watch the late night-host compliment just about every drummer to ever appear on the show in exactly the same way.
Jonathan Allen was kicked out by his parents on his 18th birthday.
And gives us an incredibly attractive bearded Chris Evans leading a revolution on a train containing the last remnants of humanity in a dystopian future.
It's basically an excuse to party and become wardrobe twins with your besties. I'm in!
The following tweets are truly the definition of #FirstWorldProblems. As highlighted by the delightful Twitter account @CelebComplaint.
He makes this look easy.
Her family told her to never forget the face and the name on the "Wanted" posters. She didn't. Joselyn Martinez tells her story.
The British singer/starlet is the new face of the clothing line designed by her Madgesty (and daughter Lourdes "Lola" Leon). Ora's campaign, for the fall/winter 2013 collection, will be unveiled in July; pevious celebrities featuring in Material Girl ads include Taylor Momsen, Kelly Osbourne, and Georgia May Jagger.
Green — who was cut by LeBron's Cavaliers back in 2010 — is a major part of why the Spurs now lead the Heat two games to one.
Peter Jackson made an adorably meta video of Hobbit cast members reacting to a fan reaction video. Then the fans in the video made a reaction video to the reaction video and it's pretty much the nerdiest, best thing you'll see today.
You'll thank us later.
News anchor Bill Lunn was trying to say "I pledge allegiance to the flag" before talking about a gay pride festival when he forgot the very important "L" in the world "flag."
San Diego Zoo hosts San Diego football players.
The SNL and Wayne's World star had a major medical emergency in 1998, but this peculiar story goes back over two decades.
The stars and stripes storm over Panama as if they were digging a canal. (Too soon?)
He may look harmless, but he's actually a merciless monster.
The three actors are headlining the film Trouble Dolls, a comedy about co-dependence set in the East Village and L.A.
Basically these are tighty whities.
Walking your dog can be so difficult.
Leyla Ghobadi is a Canadian model who claims she hooked up with Kanye West as recently as October.
Prince Charles laughs off handshake snub from Dennis the Menace.
It's Gordo, it's always been Gordo.
Ridiculously taut and MILF-y, obviously.
Sometimes the absurdities and subtleties of this thing we call adulthood are best captured in the panels of a comic strip.
Penguins are the worst. Seriously, they're birds that can't even fly! This is now a safe place to share your penguin hatred.
Ever since the emergence of 8-bit graphics in the '80s and early-90s, we've been fascinated by it. Today, there are hundreds of artists out there who use 8-bit illustration as their sole medium, but few are doing it as well as "Kevin," aka Noirlac on Tumblr.
Singer Shira E wants to introduce you to dreamy-electric-soul-pop, and if that doesn't exist, she just invented it. BuzzFeed has the first look at her debut music video.
It's a fact of life, it's always funny.
"Perjury is a serious crime. Mr. Clapper should resign immediately," Amash says.
It wouldn't be as What The Fuck as this one.
Turns out Katee "Starbuck" Sackhoff actually gained followers.
Surely this is the weirdest Gumtree ad of all time?
Following months of breathless speculation, Dior Homme representatives today confirmed that RPattz will sparkle in forthcoming ads for a new men's fragrance. In a statement, they praise his acting talents in Water for Elephants, Remember Me, and Bel Ami — but, for some reason, neglect to mention the Twilight extravaganza or his breakout role as poor, unfortunate Cedric.
The big Cannes ad festival is next week. One of these spots will win the Grand Prix.
Seriously, why do these businesses not exist?
Small plastic bricks used in latest attempt to make London commute less harrowing.
Here are the finalists for the competition everyone wants to win: 2013 Shed Of The Year.
You won't regret it.
Listen to what the song of the summer would have sounded like in each decade from 1920s to 2020.
Model not included.
Someone's fallen asleep, drunk? Let's play.
You are what you eat.
Just like Gregg Popovich drew it up. (Sure.)
Noodles — with a mega-dose of Viagra, apparently.
After the fizzling-out of the Occupy Wall Street movement in America, protesters from New York arrive in Tunis and Istanbul. Familiar tent cities, different goals.
Sure, there are two brand-new consoles to salivate over, but the 2013 E3 is especially lousy with games and displays built to tickle our nostalgia.
And the cat just... takes it? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU, CAT?
There are movie posters and then there are movie posters.
Did your parents forget your name? Your birthday? Your college fund? #middlechildsyndrome
Monopoly actually played a very important role during the war.