The final chapter in a jar of bodily fluids that’s been developing since 2014. WARNING: Extremely vile gross stuff below.
In a year like 2016, this list might almost restore your faith in the internet…almost… WARNING: This post is obviously NSFW.
Why won’t Burger King admit whether or not it paid Kim Kardashian’s friend to Instagram about a burger?
The group Truth in Advertising has filed an official complaint saying members of the Kardashian/Jenner family engage in deceptive advertising practices on social media. If the FTC acts on the complaint, the sisters — or the company whose products they’re selling — could be fined.
Was she paid to post about the ultra-swanky rental she stayed at?
As a left-handed person, I must take umbrage at this abomination.
“I think the internet is starting to develop its own humor,” the director said on BuzzFeed’s Internet Explorer podcast.
Is she shilling for juice, or juicing just for thrills?
The company said it was supposed to be “anime.”
Why you’ve been seeing random posts getting “stuck” to the top of your feed lately.
We asked thinkfluencers, VCs, and CEOs how to solve the crisis that young people are having less sex than ever before.
What’s the deal with his Instagram about taking a Lyft to the Hamptons?
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is adding the app to a list of existing restrictions for online social media and games for sex offenders on parole.
The anonymous posting app just became a little less anonymous.
Despite the internet celebrating #KimExposesTaylorParty, most regular Americans are solidly pro-Taylor. Also: Bad news for Kanye’s presidential campaign.
Hamiltowned.com would send your friends a fake email saying they won the hit musical ticket lottery. Until lawyers for the real Hamilton sent a cease and desist.
Starting today, you can use your cartoony avatar in your snaps.
Lots of people are falling for it.
Or not anytime soon, at least.
Dangle your fingers in front your mouth just so.