Buster and Lyla are brother and sister kitties born and raised in NYC. Tall, dark and handsome, Buster is the smart and savvy tabby not afraid to speak his mind when he needs something. Lyla is adventurous, frisky and always ready to cuddle when she's not climbing to the highest possible vantage point. They're friendly to strangers, good travelers, tolerant of a small living space and just all around good looking. How can you deny these faces a treat? They're no strangers to the internet. They've had a blog their whole lives, hacked Twitters, and Buster is a journalist, after all. Help them win the Ameowican Idol contest by voting CUTE below!
Do Facebook "likes" predict election success? In the Senate, yes. In governors' races, not so much. Urlesque mapped out Facebook's predictions vs. the election results.
From a professional movie reviewer (that gave Inception a C) to a cookbook shilling actor telling you how to eat well, sometimes overly media-trained kids remind us that kids should just be kids. Which is the worst?
Matt McFarland carved this amazing Biebkin.
Old memes find new life with the internet's greatest gift: the animated GIF. Calm down, impatient Keanu.
Video documentation of all those little experiments that your science teachers did in class to convince you how cool they were afterhours.
Site exchanges pictures of beer with cats in partiers' hands
Learning about past U.S. leaders has never had such a good beat... or been so glittery. With captions! (via Urlesque)
Let's see your favorite web elephants to celebrate!
So this is what happens when architects are hungry.
I hope the teacher wants to meet with him to discuss how AWESOME his paper is.
Redditers "sing" Beastie Boys, 4channers reproduce 'Enter Sandman' with lolcats... what's BuzzFeed's most epic thread?