Say goodbye to the BuzzFeed puzzle section with this ginormous themeless puzzle!
11-Across: With 21-Across, what the two letters in the logo of the 2016 Republican ticket do (and kind of do in this puzzle)
12-Across: Product Steve Jobs called "the training wheels for the iPhone"
9-Across: "Hello, Emma Stone's movie career" or "Goodbye, Emma Stone's movie career"!
18-Across: Viral augmented reality phenomenon that projects fake animals from your childhood onto the world through your phone.
1-Across: 2015 Best Musical Tony winner with the song "Just Had a Good Talk With Dad..."
8-Across: I got mine in 6 minutes (using a felt marker)
1-Down: Book that a ton of people swear by
7-Down: Channel for total sportsheads (is sportsheads a term? Do I fit in?)
6-Down: The better kind of herpes
11-Down: Animated character who would be a huge asset in a snowball fight
4-Across: "I'm in love with the ___" (comment from a hot chocolate enthusiast)
There may or may not be a secret message when you finish the puzzle!
9-Across: Make a happy kitty sound.
7-Down: Stomper before "Finding Nemo" or "Wall-E"
Can you figure out why some answers are missing their clues in today's themed crossword?
9-Down: Type of watermelon obviously sent from heaven to prevent us from having to spit
2-Down: 2004 Ashlee Simpson hit in which she expresses her desire to sing a song she doesn't know the lyrics to with someone in the kitchen on the floor.
22-Across: Prefix with -mobile or -erotic asphyxiation.
5-Across: Bad thing to confuse with your breath strips before a job interview
18-Across: Titan sentenced to hold up the world... But what does he stand on?!?!
1-Across: Salad-topping meat crumbles
1-Down: Onetime Disney Channel alter ego of Hannah, current twerker/rabble-rouser/all-purpose racial reappropriator
4-Down: How many people showed up to my one-man show about growing up in a big, crazy family
33-Down: Perfect producer to call in to work on any of the starred songs in today's puzzle?
10-Across: "yooo u up rn? wyf?" at 1 a.m., probably
This one should last you through the long weekend :)
29-Across: Take down, as your giant vagina painting before your in-laws come visit
32-Across: It's like a tiny Chinese burrito
28-Across: Only '90s kids will remember this kids channel named after the first movie theaters!
9-Across: 8x platinum Nicki Minaj hit dedicated to "the boys with the boomin' system"
15-Across: Oscar winner who's playing Newt Scamander in the newest Harry Potter product... I mean movie
33-Across: Fictional contest held 75 times in the country of Panem...or the theme of this puzzle?
8-Across: Hourlong period where you can just forget about the world in the dim, sweaty room you've dreamt about all day and, like the instructor says, just leave it all on the bike.
1-Across: Early messaging program with "screen names" on a "buddy list"
4-Down: Movie musical broadcast live earlier this year starring Vanessa Hudgens and Carly Rae Jepsen
7-Down: Emotion you do NOT want to evoke from God, trust me, I got smited once, not fun for anyone
Find all the secret answers and win a hug and my deep, undying respect!
11-Across: Works like my short story where Legolas, Katniss, and I develop a messy psychosexual three-way relationship at an archery retreat in upstate New York.
16-Across: "Rocket Power" protagonist who was super arrogant for a guy who's leading a surfing gang of one dude and his sister.
1-Across: Company that premiered "The Tonight Dough" on "The Tonight Show"
Today's BuzzFeed Crossword, 5/5/16
12-Down: Comedy Central sitcom starring Abbi and Ilana as Abbi and Ilana
8-Down: Jewish celebration that's kind of like an Old Testament-themed drinking game
13-Across: Musical genre you could also use to censor the f-word if you're too scared to say it like Bruno Mars
29-Across: Fictional twins who live in a hotel and often terrorize the guest (no, not "The Shining"...)
16-Across: Dropper of the visual album 5-Down on HBO Now on 4/23
1-Across: Dog whose last year this is to shit on the White House lawn
9-Down: Fall Out Boy song that begins, "I'm gonna make you bend and break"
I know you can figure out what's going on with this one...