Amid the crowds of protestors and media in Zuccotti Park on Wednesday, this little guy was just hanging out on Danielle's shoulder. She found the squirrel a few months ago under a tree near her house after a heavy storm. Its legs were broken and a veterinarian told her it likely wouldn't recover. Instead of putting the squirrel down, Danielle adopted it and nursed it back to health. Now they go everywhere together. The squirrel's name is Hazelnut, she likes peanut butter, and her leash is made of braided hemp.
How did this happen? Oh right, the slow inexorable march of time pulling us ever closer to the grave.
Be afraid. Be very afraid. After the huge success of the Nyan Cat video, the next logical step is a movie, isn't it?
Just get in this post. We don't know where we're going, but it'll make a great story.
The kids of your favorite childhood videogame have gone through some dramatic changes in the last decade. Why isn't your cap backwards anymore Pablo?!
The only real difference between a bad movie poster and a good one is whether or not it has laurel leaves.
For the Jeff Mangum superfans. Make sure to see him on tour this Fall.
Wait. Wasn't this delicious twenty minutes ago? Time marches inexorably forward. But when tasty treats go bad before you even finish ingesting them? That's going too far Mother Nature.
Are you tired of ridiculous music genres? Yes? Well here's one more! You may think that this new genre based off of Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! isn't real but let me assure you this is very serious. Celerywave is the next big thing (it's not) and is blowing up very quickly (I just made it up) so you should probably jump on the bandwagon (there is no bandwagon) before it launches into space and you can't catch up because NASA can no longer take you there.
In honor of Canada Day and the MTV game show Remote Control (ask your parents), I bring you Dead or Canadian: The Quiz! The following individuals are either dead, or alive and Canadian. There are a few easy ones but many a bit harder. So do you know the difference between Dead and Canadian?
True story. Happened to me. I wonder if this person will ever text/call me again
The Internet loves cats. The Internet loves Disney. Ergo, the Internet loves this. Bringing you better lulz through suspicious math since 2011.
With each election, presidential campaigns are run more and more like ad campaigns—sporting branding, taglines, and flashy marketing. We at BuzzFeed got to joking around about which brands should sponsor each 2012 Presidential candidate and what their ads might look like. And then this happened...
Our new kitty playing in a teapot.
Because not everyone wants to wear cherries and geometric designs. It's that time of year again, and I'm shocked and appalled that I can buy a themed bikini for the girl but not for me. Clothing manufactures Y U NO WANT MY MONEY?
All of this art I made entirely with MS Paint.
School elections and levies today in Helena, Montana - this picture was taken by a school librarian in Helena who couldn't let herself leave the sign uncorrected.
One of the girls in Room 312 is having some major #WhiteGirlProblems.
The one and only Aaliyah Stan?
YOU CAN'T PUT ICE CREAM ON STEAMED VEGETABLES!
Once upon a time in Nazi-occupied-Equestria ...
Meet China. She has one talent, and that's balancing Coors cans on her head.
I made this costume for a LOTR themed party at a hobbit home and figured I'd share.
World Poetry Day is a day for appreciation and support of poets and poetry around the world. It is held on March 21 each year and is an initiative of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). What better way to celebrate than by reading profound poetry by some of the world's most talented poets?
Starting now, Thursday was not yesterday and tomorrow is not Saturday. Party's over. Turn off the lights. Management has changed the days of the week, so this has run its course. Go home people, go home.
Matt and I hit the streets of SoHo to ask New Yorkers to welcome Amanda Bynes back to Twitter.
This is fun! Make your own BuzzFeed wrapping paper and share with us in the comments.