This looks like a must-watch film for music fans – it premieres April 21.
The Associated Press posted this video of Sumatran tiger cubs on March 28, 2014.
Even if you’re not Irish, I think you’ll enjoy this video about St. Patrick’s Day. I did!
Buzzfeed has assembled 10 of the biggest food lies that just about everyone thinks are true.
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Just wanted to share these images from a photographer named Jun Okada, whose work you can find on Flickr. Jun is based in Kanagawa, Japan, and his photo gallery includes stunning nature and landscape images from around the world.
Do you have any favorite nature photographers? Let me know.
Need a chuckle today? Watch this ‘Simpsons’ parody by French animator Sylvain Chomet.
Originally posted on Metro:
Sylvain Chomet has created the most strange and beautiful couch gag for The Simpsons yet.
Starting off as a normal couch gag with the Simpsons sitting down to watch TV, there is a blackout, and when the lights are switched back on everything look very different indeed.
The Oscar-nominated French director, the brains behind The Illusionist and The Triplets of Belleville, brings the Simpsons family into his odd world, which sees Homer eating snails and Lisa rescuing a goose from becoming fois gras before it is devoured by the family dog.
A French-speaking Marge tries to locate Maggie and Lisa who also turns her hand to the accordion in the gag, which can be seen on FOX in the US during the opening credits for the latest episode on Sunday.
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I bet you didn’t know your camera phone could do a lot more than take selfies. Check out these ingennious camera hacks to make your life easier.
How do you like this pic of an artfully adorned car after a snowstorm? I can’t imagine washing off that masterpiece, can you?
On Feb. 25, 1957, Buddy Holly and the Crickets recorded ‘That’ll be the Day’ at the Norman Pettis studio, in Clovis, New Mexico. (Wikipedia)
Can you remember what some famous websites looked like back in the day? Buzzfeed does – and they collected images showing Twitter, Facebook, and other sites in their infancy.