Get your passport ready.
We're all good at something.
"I like steak more than I like breathing."
Get to that back-to-school feeling.
Kids who are taught with violence are more likely to become adults with mental issues and lower IQs.
Do You Pick Your Belly Button?
THEY'RE DOING IT.
From quantum mechanics to football plays, you've got some learnin' to do. The products in this post were updated in October 2017.
Sweatpants every day.
Something good must have come out of this year... Right?
Make those hard-to-shop-for people feel loved all year long. The products in this post were updated in February 2018.
Is there extra credit?
Hey, at least you'll have something to read while you're too scared to sleep.
A professor of cognitive science shares their tips for remembering the stuff you need to know before an exam.
"I guess I could say 'he.' It's so natural. No, it's so natural."
Keep feeding that brain of yours.
See you next week.
*Bookmarks for future motivation*
"I came a lot farther than I ever thought I would."
Unlock the adulting achievement.
This will for sure be the cutest thing you see all day.
Много. Непонятных. Значков.
Edible boogers, for one.
"I'm not naughty, I'm autistic."
This is one cute book club.
You've learned to accept the fact that you will never, ever be posting a picture of them at a party on social media again.
Become instantly smarter with these tricks.
Go to university, they said. Get a degree, they said. It'll be "fun" when you leave it all behind, they...well, they forgot to warn us about some things.
Something wicked cool this way comes.
If nothing else you will have learned exactly how to annoy them.
"Nobody jacks a red pen..."
Episode 5 of Real Mature, a new show by BuzzFeed Motion Pictures.
No but really how do you do insurance?
Two groups. One goal.
Take an eye-opening journey around the globe to see how children spend their lunch recesses.
…And this is what 30-year-olds have to say about that!
"Books will always be there for you."
Curious? Fuck yeah you are!
"You only get 10 years to be in your twenties."
Are you a PhD or merely a master of your art?
Award-winning journalist Jonny Steinberg on the man who inspired him to write his new book, A Man of Good Hope, as well as return to his home country.
With great academic power comes a surprisingly limited amount of academic responsibility. Via Sh*t Academics Say.
Kids: pioneering the wrong-but-right answers to homework questions since forever.