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    Don’t you miss sitting down with the Sunday funnies? We got you.

    Because we know the real you.

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    Even the you underneath those glasses.

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    We can provide helpful instructions for drinking tequila,

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    or just for getting through a rough day (every day).

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    OK, maybe she’ll just make you feel better for a minute, but close enough.

    Meet Winnie.

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    She's one of the best things about the BFF Instagram.

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    Because she totally gets your priorities.

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    And if you're ever feeling down, you can just watch her chasing bubbles and cheer right up.

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    Are you tired of your Facebook timeline being filled with terrible political opinions, vacation photos that make you jealous, and relationship TMI? Follow BFF for funny original illustrations, cute videos, and funny stuff you can actually relate to, made just to make you happy.

    Is the monotony of boring Facebook posts starting to get to you?

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    Are you looking for surprise and delight in your life and timeline?

    Are you looking for surprise and delight in your life and timeline?

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    When engagement photos have gotten you down, maybe you could use a video of a puppy chasing bubbles.

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    Or maybe you just want to feel understood.

    Or maybe you just want to feel understood.

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    At only 3 weeks old, the worlds smallest baby deer is even cuter than you think. Brought to you by your friends at BuzzFeed BFF.

    On May 12, 2015, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced that the Queens Zoo was now home to a baby southern male pudu fawn.

    On May 12, 2015, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced that the Queens Zoo was now home to a baby southern male pudu fawn.

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    Weighing in at a little under 2 pounds at birth, the baby fawn will only grow to be 12 to 14 inches in height.

    Weighing in at a little under 2 pounds at birth, the baby fawn will only grow to be 12 to 14 inches in height.

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    The WCS says the pudu is generally shy and solitary, and prefers to hide in thick vegetation.

    The WCS says the pudu is generally shy and solitary, and prefers to hide in thick vegetation.

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    They are also excellent sprinters and jumpers.

    They are also excellent sprinters and jumpers.

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    Cats rule, everyone else drools. Originals from the BuzzFeed BFF Instagram.

    Cats are the best and it's obvious to most of us why, but just in case: LOOK AT THIS FACE.

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    Because cats deeply understand your need for sleep and let you know it's a-ok to stay in bed a little longer.

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    A hug from a cat is like receiving a blessing from a tiny furry saint.

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    Cats are more than capable of expressing every emotion you need, which is why all emojis should just be cats.

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    “We need more wigs!”

    Maybe you saw that our Queen and Savior, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has graced us with an amazing LGBTQ-pride themed Instagram video...

    (not going to admit how many times I have already watched this)

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    Now, Bey stan Matt Bellassai has given us an exclusive sneak peek at the behind the scenes* of this iconic moment:

    *not really behind the scenes, but we all have dreams.

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    LINK: Follow BFF on Facebook for more hilarious videos all the time!


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    All caused by that one guy… A Vine story by BuzzFeed BFF starring Matt Bellassai.

    It all starts when someone you don't even know invites themselves to your party.

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    That person who doesn't get how backyard BBQ works.

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    When someone eats all the food before you get to it.

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    OK, just this guy.

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    If you like happiness and laughter, follow us.

    BuzzFeed's BFF division is a team of artists, designers, writers, and video producers whose entire mission is to bring more joy to your life via social. You should follow us on Instagram now to make every day a little more delightful.

    First: watch me whip.

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    With BFF, your priorities are understood.

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    Life tips you can actually use.

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  • 08/07/15--15:36: Who We Love And Who We Eat
  • Cecil the lion’s death has sparked an outrage I’ve been feeling all my life, but I’m not sure how I feel about it.

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    My parents rented the movie Gorillas in the Mist for me when I was 10. I had always loved animals, and I devoured nonfiction books on their brains and emotions, from books ranking the intelligence of various dog breeds to the memoirs of famous zookeeper Joan Embery. The movie was an acclaimed biopic about the groundbreaking work of naturalist Dian Fossey and the group of gorillas she studied in Rwanda. My mom thought it would likely become a new favorite.

    I sat on our living room couch, sandwiched between my two smart and thoughtful parents, who let me watch just about any movie I was interested in. The film as I remember it slowly and deliberately introduces the gorillas to Fossey and to the viewers. She gives them names. She loves them. They show her their personalities, their emotions, and their commitment to their family. Then, local hunters come and kill the gorillas, intending to sell their hands and heads to tourists. I think it's about halfway through the film, but it's the last scene of the movie I've seen to this day. I remember the scene as violent, painfully realistic, almost macabre. I started screaming at the top of my lungs. Tears streaming down my face, hyperventilating, terrified of my own emotions, unable to comprehend how this could happen, how anyone could do something like this. I was inconsolable. My mom recalls the incident vividly 23 years later, saying it's the most upset she's ever seen me. I look back on the moment as a turning point in my life when I realized that I see animals differently than most people do.

    I thought of the gorillas, and my childhood depths of despair, when I was reading about the recent death of Cecil the lion. Cecil was killed by an American dentist in a trophy hunt, a common practice in Africa that results in around 500 lion deaths every year (not to mention elephants, giraffes, and other animals). His death seems to have been technically illegal, specifically because he was lured out of one kind of protected land and into another. Cecil had a name and was beloved (by tourists) on the wildlife preserve he called home. His death has led to tears, calls for change, and countless think pieces. I understand all of this grief. I cried too when I saw the photos of the dentist posing next to such a huge and majestic dead body. Even the poachers in Rwanda had a reason: bringing in money they could share with their families. But this rich American paid for the experience, he did it for fun — how strange and sick he must be.

    Although I find Cecil's death disgusting and unnecessary, I share a concern I've seen friends express in different ways over these last couple weeks: Why this? An individual is more than capable of caring about more than one issue or injustice at a time, and many of us do, but Cecil news has dominated the cycle of chatter and outrage for over a week and counting. It's fair to ask why certain victims receive an outpouring of attention while other victims are ignored or worse. If you're publicly mourning Cecil but you aren't moved by the big game trophy hunting that happens everywhere, or the atrocious human rights violations taking place in other countries, or by police officers who shoot unarmed and nonviolent teenagers, it becomes fair to ask: Why now? Why this life?

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    Two years after I watched Gorillas in the Mist, I declared myself a vegetarian. I'd spent the preceding months pondering the ethical ramifications of meat-eating, reading as much as I could find about animal rights philosophy, and building myself up to the official decision — mostly by getting into arguments with family friends about why eating meat was bad and wrong.

    I immediately found that adults liked to argue with me about my vegetarianism. Often, their case boiled down to the differences between farm animals and the other kinds of animals I loved that had led me to this decision. There's a hierarchy of which animals humans are supposed to care for and protect and which ones we raise in captivity and slaughter, but those divisions are convoluted and contradictory. In the U.S., we sign petitions against other countries eating dogs — and yet we euthanize over a million unwanted dogs a year and throw them in dumpsters. We race and slaughter horses, but most people refuse to eat them. We read our kids stories about ugly ducklings and then go to fancy restaurants to eat foie gras, a duck's unnaturally swollen liver caused by weeks of forced tube-feeding. In other countries, they eat some of the animals we love, and love some of the animals we eat. Even my own decisions about animals are complicated: I'm now a vegan, but I have two cats who have to eat meat to be healthy.

    These divisions have little to do with any facts about animal intelligence, sentience, or emotion. Farm animals aren't like machines or plants. Pigs are smarter than dogs. Cows like to be cuddled and they cry when their babies are taken away. Chickens can reason.

    "Well," these arguments often conclude, "it's OK that it's arbitrary. Humans are special; we're different from other animals, so we can decide who to mourn and who to eat." This is most often where people turn in the end: "Humans, we're different. We're the boss."

    This point feels like a parent extinguishing a line of questioning with "because I said so." The question still remains: Why are we special? I understand why people feel more empathy for their own kind than for others, but not how that feeling leads to any logical justification or ethical code. Still, even if I just pretend to get it, let's say humans are special…what kind of special do you really want to be? Isn't having dominion over the earth a great reason to rise above unnecessary cruelty? Don't we want to cause as little suffering as we can? Why not?

    In the U.S. alone we slaughtered 9.1 billion land animals for food last year. That's more animals killed to be eaten in the United States than there are human beings on planet Earth. When someone asks how a person who advocates for animals can care "more" about animals than we do about fellow humans, I think they're misunderstanding the kind of problem animal rights advocates are trying to solve; it's cruelty and death on a scale that would literally extinguish human beings from the planet a few times over.


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    Like the best part of newspapers, but even better because it’s on the internet.

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    Do you miss finding the comics section of the Sunday paper and looking for your favorite strip? Do you love supporting original art and cool illustration but you're not sure where to find it? Do you just love finding stuff that you can actually relate to and share with your friends? Something exciting you should know: BuzzFeed Comics publishes all new original comics every single day to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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    Life can be confusing and hard. Sometimes, though, it’s the absolute best.

    1. Putting on clothes that just came out of the dryer.
    2. Peaches in season.
    3. Seeing old people who are super in love.
    4. Nose freckles that only come out in the summertime.
    5. The sound of fingers on a fretboard you only hear at acoustic shows and folk recordings.
    6. The way a home run sounds coming off the bat.
    7. When you can get the tip of your finger inside the middle of your cat's paw and their claws can't reach you.
    8. Hearing a song you used to love and had completely forgotten about.
    9. When you take a selfie outside and the sunbeams cut across your face.
    10. The way you feel when you lie in the sand at the beach for a long time.
    11. Breakfast tacos.

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    12. When the only open parking spot is waiting for you right by the door.
    13. Hearing kids playing games outside.
    14. The feeling of relief when someone likes you back.
    15. Frozen grapes.
    16. Wildflowers.
    17. When you post something hoping one particular person will like it and then THEY DO.
    18. When someone's eyelashes make a shadow under their eyes.
    19. The way old books smell.
    20. Slurpees.
    21. When you see a wild animal and instead of running away it stops and stares at you for a while.
    22. The feeling right after a really good haircut.
    23. This Vine:

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    Fall! See what I did there?

    It's that time.

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    Or, depending on where you live, it's almost that time.

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    In any case, we're SO ready.

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    BuzzFeed Comics is always ready.

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    It’s good to be gotten.

    Because they understand you even when no one else does.

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    Because of all the near-misses (and actual disasters) they got you through.

    Because of all the near-misses (and actual disasters) they got you through.

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    Because they always know exactly when you need them to be cheesy.

    Because they always know exactly when you need them to be cheesy.

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    And when you just need help with something only they could possibly get.

    And when you just need help with something only they could possibly get.

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    Cows are really cute and wonderful!!!

    Sometimes it seems like cows get a bad rap. They're big, slow, and some people seem to think they're not as cute as fuzzy bunnies or happy dogs. Those people are wrong. Cows are emotional, social animals who make and keep best friends, love physical affection, show an appreciation for music, and are deeply curious about other creatures and the world around them. They're also ADORABLE. If you need proof that cows are some of the gentlest and most lovable creatures on planet earth, keep scrolling.

    "Hey, we're cows."

    Cows love TLC. Just look at this calf getting his chin scritched!

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    When they get a chance to meet a dog, cows will often gather the whole herd together to check 'em out. This one got a lick in.


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    Have you seen someone Whine About It in the wild? Leave your sightings in the comments!

    If you don't know Matt Bellassai, he's a writer at BuzzFeed who we pay to get drunk and whine about stuff at his desk. His weekly video series Whine About It comes out every Wednesday on Facebook and Tumblr, where his complaints about children, being an adult, dating, and most recently Halloween are viewed by millions every week. Apparently, Matt has inspired some folks so much that they decided to dress as him for Halloween — clever, since the costume basically requires lugging an entire bottle of wine around everywhere you go.

    Here are my favorite Whine About It costumes I've seen so far — leave yours in the comments!

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    Cancer: laughing at farts, tender makeouts.

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    :) :) :)

    These cows who think this dog is their kid.

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    A lamb who is having a very good time.

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    This piglet who loves belly rubs.

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    This chipmunk trying to figure out what he can fit into his mouth.

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    Presented in alphabetical order.

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    Sounds like: No-bullshit, ultra-dynamic '90s-style alt rock in the tradition of Liz Phair, the Breeders, and That Dog. Kerry Alexander's lyrics are as sharp as her songs are catchy.
    Sample tracks: "Midway," "Say Nothing," "Psychic Reader"

    Sounds like: Kinda like if Pavement was fronted by a brainy Australian woman. Barnett's lyrics are consistently brilliant, and she has a gift for juxtaposing mundane, funny details with heartbreaking lines about trying to keep your head together.
    Sample tracks: "Pedestrian at Best," "Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to the Party," "Depreston"

    Sounds like: Gorgeous shoegaze music built around electric organ drones and airy guitar arpeggios. The band put out two albums this year: Depression Cherry, which leans a bit more ethereal, and Thank Your Lucky Stars, which sounds a little more grungy and scuffed up.
    Sample tracks: "Sparks" and "Levitation" from Depression Cherry; "One Thing" from Thank Your Lucky Stars.


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    Maximum affinity reached. (Minor spoilers included.)

    One day you were playing Fallout 4 and after slaying some super mutants and feral ghouls, you wandered into a secret hideaway and met this raggedy dumpster named Deacon.

    One day you were playing Fallout 4 and after slaying some super mutants and feral ghouls, you wandered into a secret hideaway and met this raggedy dumpster named Deacon.

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    :) :) :)

    この犬を自分の子供と思っている牛たち

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    ノリノリの子羊

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    おなかをかいてもらうのが大好きな子ブタちゃん

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    自分のお口に何がちょうどいいか試しているリス

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