Why drink water when you can drink coffee, amirite?
Linguists, writers, editors, grammar geeks, and word nerds of all walks, we've got you covered.
A look at the more niche gadgets on the market.
Oh, they fancy huh?
Or pretty much anyone else who'll love getting a package of surprise goods delivered to their doorstop, TBH.
From cozy jackets to quirky books to useful kitchen gadgets, here's what BuzzFeed's Shopping & Products team is wishing for this year.
Whether that pretension is literary, gastronomic, or generalized.
Or just use it to stow wine corks. We won't judge.
Antique Road Show is bae.
Cash in on items lying around your home.
Put a ~vintage~ ring on it.
Find your type in a daguerreotype.
There's more to life than strawberry picking and ube jam.
Aside from the fact that you can hide small treasures in them, of course.
These cats knew how to party.
These eerie vintage photographs were created to reveal "spirits." In actuality, Victorian-era photographers just used double exposures and darkroom manipulation to mimic paranormal phenomena!
Most famous for his iconic racehorse time lapse photographs, Eadweard Muybridge revolutionized early photography. These are some of his 19th century time lapse photographs put into motion.
Paris-based photographer Peter Lippmann has been traveling around in search of abandoned vintage cars. These pictures raise a number of questions, like who just leaves their car in the woods? (via laughingsquid.com)
A "March of Time" newsreel visits the cutting-edge female slenderizing salon of 1945. It looks like a steampunk S&M dungeon.