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So, I love movies.

So, I love movies.

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And I like to be able to plan what I’m going to see and when I’m going to see it in advance, so I can look forward to it all month like a psycho.

And I like to be able to plan what I'm going to see and when I'm going to see it in advance, so I can look forward to it all month like a psycho.

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So, basically, I took the liberty of rounding up nine of the best looking movies coming to theaters in September 2017, that way you won’t miss out on anything!

So, basically, I took the liberty of rounding up nine of the best looking movies coming to theaters in September 2017, that way you won't miss out on anything!

You’re welcome.

Rob Cantor

IT coming Sept. 8th, 2017

Who doesn’t like clowns (except literally everyone)? IT, based on the novel by original nightmare-maker ~daddy~ Stephen King, follows a group of young friends being terrified by a fucking clown. ITmixes two great horror staples: clowns and children, and this reboot(?) looks genuinely awesome, but like, bring a friend because I’m not trying to have you walk home alone afterwards.

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]]> Allie Hayes https://www.buzzfeed.com/alliehayes/9-movies-coming-to-theaters-in-september-2017-youre Tue, 29 Aug 2017 16:14:17 -0400 Because September is (unofficial) Halloween foreplay month. alliehayes nonadult nonadult nonadult You’re welcome. nonadult Who doesn’t like clowns (except literally everyone)? <i>IT</i>, based on the novel by original nightmare-maker ~daddy~ Stephen King, follows a group of young friends being terrified by a fucking clown. <i>IT</i> mixes two great horror staples: clowns and children, and this reboot(?) looks genuinely awesome, but like, bring a friend because I’m not trying to have you walk home alone afterwards. nonadult Once you’re done checking all of the dark rooms in your house for the fucking clown from <i>IT</i>, you can calm your nerves with brightly-lit Rom-Com <i>Home Again</i>, which comes out the same weekend. Reese Witherspoon stars as a middle-aged single mother who allows three young men (one of whom it appears she ~consummates with~) move into her house, where she learns about what it means to age and be yourself. Overall, this light-hearted option is a welcome breather from the other films to come. nonadult This year it seems like everyone loves a good revenge saga (lookin’ at you, T-Swift), and <i>American Assassin</i> is as classic a tale as they come. Reeling from the tragic loss of his parents and Fiancé, Mitch Rapp is enlisted as a Black Ops recruit. Seeking revenge for the terrorist attack that caused his loss, Rapp teams up with Cold War veteran Stan Hurley (played by the incomparable <i>Birdman</i> himself, Michael Keaton) to investigate a spike in military attacks. This one’s sure to be an adrenaline shot to the chest, and also Michael Keaton is in it, end of story.nonadult In <i>Mother!</i>, Jennifer Lawrence is running a bed-and-breakfast in Hell. From director Darren Aronofsky, the man who brought us <i>Black Swan</i>, <i>Mother!</i> is an introvert’s nightmare. All because JLaw’s hubby in the film, Javier Bardem, just starts randomly letting various old weird people stay in their home. No thank you. nonadult Steve Carell’s Bobby Griggs promises to “put the ‘show’ back in ‘chauvinism'” in <i>Battle of the Sexes</i>. Based on a real thing that actually happened, tennis superstar and feminist icon Billie Jean King is coaxed into the “tennis match of the century” against Bobby Griggs. Griggs, having been out of the game for years, is looking for a way back into the spotlight and challenges King to what he feels is the ultimate tennis match: oldish man who wants attention vs woman who is good at a thing he likes and thus he is upset about it. But FR I love both of these actors. nonadult <i>Kingsman: The Golden Circle</i> or as I know it, “I Must Have Done Something Good In This Life To Deserve More Shots of Taron Ergon’s Jawline” looks just straight-up cool AF. Back at it again with the savin’ the world, the Kingsman headquarters has been destroyed, forcing them to journey to the US to team up with their allied American spies, The Statesman, to defeat their common enemy. If you haven’t seen the first film in the franchise but love action and also incredibly attractive people, I cannot recommend it highly enough, so go do that first. nonadult Drama, action, betrayal, and family drama?! No I’m not describing <i>Game of Thrones</i>, but the newest entry into the weirdly-hilarious-and-original-AF LEGO movie franchise, <i>The LEGO Ninjago Movie</i>. The basic deal here is that a team of young LEGO ninjas must defend their home, Ninjago, from a dreaded evil, who also happens to be the lead ninja’s dad. SUSPENSE. nonadult Another movie based on some shit that actually went down, we have <i>American Made</i>. Tom Cruise is back and this time he’s got a Southern(?) accent portraying pilot-turned-drug-runner, Barry Seal. Seal (who I definitely did not just look up on Wikipedia 30 seconds before writing this because I know nothing) quickly went from cocaine-flying guy to CIA-informant guy to involved-in-a-Reagan-era-sting-operation guy in the 80’s. The movie’s trailer plays a little like <i>The Wolf of Wall Street</i> with planes, and I’m pretty here for it. nonadult Sure, we’re all curious about what may or may not happen after we *pass on*, but is anyone curious enough to willingly die and come back to tell the tale? Apparently, yes. Enter <i>Flatliners</i>, the reboot of a ’90s thriller centering around a group of young medical students quite literally flirting with death. They each agree to stop their hearts for minutes at a time in an attempt to experience a literal near-death experience, only to be brought back by their counterparts. However, as the trailer would suggest, you don’t get to just die and come back without paying a price. A perfect nugget to end the month on and prepare for all that sleeping-with-the-lights-on October goodness. nonadult nonadult Bobby RIGGS is the correct spelling for the <i>Battle of the Sexes</i> competitor, not Bobby GRIGGS, as pointed out by a very helpful commenter! Look, I tried to warn you guys earlier in the post that I know nothing…nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/which-james-bond-are-you?utm_term=4ldqpia Welcome, 007.]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/which-james-bond-are-you Mon, 28 Aug 2017 12:47:47 -0400 Welcome, 007. whitneyjefferson nonadult nonadulthttps://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/style-at-the-2017-mtv-video-music-awards?utm_term=4ldqpia See what everybody wore to MTV’s biggest night.

Katy Perry

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Nicki Minaj

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Lorde

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Yara Shahidi

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/style-at-the-2017-mtv-video-music-awards Mon, 28 Aug 2017 08:27:01 -0400 See what everybody wore to MTV’s biggest night.whitneyjefferson nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/whos-who-in-katy-perrys-swish-swish?utm_term=4ldqpia Raise your hand if you missed Gronk.

This week we found out that we were finally getting a video for Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish” and the first look was both star-studded and a little shady towards Taylor Swift.

This week we found out that we were finally getting a video for Katy Perry's "Swish Swish" and the first look was both star-studded and a little shady towards Taylor Swift.

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So now that the video has been released, let’s break down all of the celebrity cameos in it!

So now that the video has been released, let's break down all of the celebrity cameos in it!

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Katy Perry

Katy Perry

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Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/whos-who-in-katy-perrys-swish-swish Thu, 24 Aug 2017 16:06:34 -0400 Raise your hand if you missed Gronk. whitneyjeffersonnonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult (Britney Young, Sydelle Noel, Kia Stevens, Jackie Tohn, and Ellen Wong) nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/lindsayfarber/hannah-hart-plays-with-kittens-while-answering-your-most?utm_term=4ldqpia “No regrets. I don’t think you can be an online creator and think that you made any big mistakes.”

Hannah Hart is undoubtedly one of YouTube‘s most hilarious stars. From her wildly successful online series My Drunk Kitchen to her latest book, Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded, Hannah has proven to be a force on the internet and beyond. To celebrate her brand new show I Hart Food on Food Network, Hannah stopped by BuzzFeed to answer YOUR most burning questions while talking soufflés, Malibu rum, and of course…kittens!

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Why did you create My Drunk Kitchen?

Why did you create My Drunk Kitchen?

Hannah Hart: I started out My Drunk Kitchen as a joke for a friend. I was a proofreader working at a translation firm — I had just moved from San Francisco to New York — and a friend of mine…[stops to pet kitten] He’s so cuddly and warm! A friend of mine was going through a little bout of depression and I just wanted to make a joke to cheer her up!

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HH: I Hart Food is a show that’s about going to different cities across America and seeing how each of those areas highlight local ingredients. How many ways can you cook a lobster? Isn’t it all basically the same? That’s something we explore.


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]]> Lindsay Farber https://www.buzzfeed.com/lindsayfarber/hannah-hart-plays-with-kittens-while-answering-your-most Tue, 22 Aug 2017 14:05:23 -0400 “No regrets. I don’t think you can be an online creator and think that you made any big mistakes.” lindsayfarber nonadult <i>Hannah Hart is undoubtedly one of <a href=”https://www.youtube.com/user/MyHarto”>YouTube</a>’s most hilarious stars. From her wildly successful online series</i> My Drunk Kitchen <i>to her latest book,</i> Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded, <i>Hannah has proven to be a force on the internet and beyond. To celebrate her brand new show</i> <a href=”http://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/i-hart-food”>I Hart Food</a> <i>on Food Network, Hannah stopped by BuzzFeed to answer <a href=”https://www.buzzfeed.com/lindsayfarber/its-time-to-ask-hannah-hart-your-most-burning-questions?utm_term=.vbxrn66KzJ#.bqr9DGG6rJ”>YOUR</a> most burning questions while talking soufflés, Malibu rum, and of course…<a href=”http://ASPCA.org/FosterLA”>kittens</a>!</i> nonadult nonadult <b>Hannah Hart:</b> I started out <i>My Drunk Kitchen</i> as a joke for a friend. I was a proofreader working at a translation firm — I had just moved from San Francisco to New York — and a friend of mine…<i>[</i>stops to pet kitten] He’s so cuddly and warm! A friend of mine was going through a little bout of depression and I just wanted to make a joke to cheer her up! nonadult <b>HH:</b> <i>I Hart Food</i> is a show that’s about going to different cities across America and seeing how each of those areas highlight local ingredients. How many ways can you cook a lobster? Isn’t it all basically the same? That’s something we explore. nonadult <b>HH:</b> I think the best thing I ever made was um… Well, I made soufflé and it wasn’t that hard, guys. So, that’s all I have to say about that. And the worst thing I ever made was…nothing! No regrets. I don’t think you can be an online creator — I’m going six years strong — and I don’t think you can look back and think that you made any big mistakes. Unless of course you did, and then you make an episode called “My Drunk Kitchen: Whoopie Pie” where you explain that you’re sorry. nonadult <b>HH:</b> No! Restaurants are really dangerous investments, and I’m more of a “put your money under a mattress” type of person. Now, would I ever consider opening up a cat café? Yes! nonadult <b>HH:</b> I would say, “You’re purrfect exactly as your are, and you already know that. Don’t let anyone teach you otherwise.” Also, take as long as you need. I always feel like there’s a lot of pressure to come out, but you should come out when you’re safe and sound. When you feel like you’re in a physically and emotionally safe environment and you have a support group, then come out. Don’t come out just because people are saying, “Why aren’t you coming out already?” Take as long as you need. It’s your journey, nobody else’s. nonadult nonadult <b>HH:</b> Yeah, Britney Spears was a real inspo for that. <i>[laughs]</i> nonadult <b>HH:</b> Definitely cats! I also believe in kitties and puppies and babies. nonadult <b>HH:</b> Happiness means appreciating what you have and staying present in the moment. And not always thinking about what you don’t have. nonadult <b>HH</b>: I really like AsapSCIENCE! I think that they’re really crushing it right now. Obviously my friends — Grace [Helbig], Mamrie [Hart], Tyler [Oakley] — I think they’re all hilarious. Jon Cozart, aka Paint. I really like MinutePhysics. I don’t know what he’s up to these days, but MinutePhysics was really great. nonadult <b>HH:</b> I would say my go-to drink in college was whatever was available and/or nearby. In college you really can’t be picky, but you can drink responsibly. <i>[winks]</i> nonadult <b>HH:</b> Malibu coconut rum. I don’t think anyone can drink that anymore because of college. nonadultnonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/how-well-do-you-know-fruits-and-vegetables?utm_term=4ldqpia Prove it! ]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/how-well-do-you-know-fruits-and-vegetables Tue, 22 Aug 2017 09:50:47 -0400 Prove it! whitneyjefferson nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/juliegerstein/literally-just-17-of-the-funniest-tweets-from-women-this?utm_term=4ldqpia“My ex was behind me in the popeyes drive thru and he screams out his window ‘you fucking lied about hating chicken bitch.’”

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]]> Julie Gerstein https://www.buzzfeed.com/juliegerstein/literally-just-17-of-the-funniest-tweets-from-women-this Sun, 20 Aug 2017 10:12:08 -0400 “My ex was behind me in the popeyes drive thru and he screams out his window ‘you fucking lied about hating chicken bitch.'” juliegerstein nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadultnonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/late-night-hosts-on-charlottesville?utm_term=4ldqpia “It’s not like we asked him to come out against puppies or something.”

Jimmy Kimmel Live

Jimmy Kimmel Live

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I am glad you’re in a good mood, because it’s another disturbing Monday in America. You know, we went into the weekend worrying about Kim Jong Un starting a war. We came out of it wondering if our president is cutting eyeholes out of his bedsheets.

As you know, this weekend in Virginia the worst people in the United States went to the hardware store, bought Tiki torches, lit them up, and marched. In Charlottesville, a non-violent protester was killed by a white supremacist. And so the president — who is the president, by the way — went on television to say this: “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence — on many sides. On many sides.” He started strong and then he had to throw in “on many sides.” “Well, let’s not lay all the blame on the Nazis and the Klan, there were people who marched against them, you know.” And then for two days he had no further comment — the one thing he decides to be quiet about is this.

Of course, everybody went nuts, because there weren’t many sides. Protesters were shouting Nazi slogans, they were carrying Nazi flags, one of them killed a young woman and injured dozens of other people with his car — there were two sides, not many sides. And one of those sides had Nazis on it. All he had to do was condemn the Nazis. It shouldn’t have been a difficult thing. It’s not exactly a controversial stance. It’s not like we asked him to come out against puppies or something. They’re Nazis and Klan members and people who put pineapple on pizza — they’re terrible people.

And it isn’t as though he doesn’t like to speak out. You know, when Donald Trump is upset, when there’s something serious happening, he doesn’t keep it bottled up — he lets us know: “Now they’re making Ghostbusters with only women? What’s going on?!” Good question, what is going on? So the reaction to this was enormous, Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, called this rally evil and disgusting. And you understand what that means, that means Germany is taking a stronger stance against Nazis than we are. And they invented them.

So then, after much prayer and reflection, the president decided to take the difficult step of condemning Nazis and the Klan, which was big for him, because this is the sort of thing that could alienate his base. Even he knew he had to say something, and so after a few minutes of bragging about the economy, he did.

“Racism is evil, and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.”

What a difference a teleprompter makes, you know? It’s night and day. He sounds like a kid whose parents made him apologize for egging their neighbor’s house. It’s unbelievable. If there’s any silver lining to this — and there isn’t, by the way —
it’s that whatever summer vacation he was hoping to have is now ruined. It has been a terrible vacation.

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The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon

The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/late-night-hosts-on-charlottesville Tue, 15 Aug 2017 16:59:47 -0400 “It’s not like we asked him to come out against puppies or something.” whitneyjefferson nonadult nonadult <blockquote>I am glad you’re in a good mood, because it’s another disturbing Monday in America. You know, we went into the weekend worrying about Kim Jong Un starting a war. We came out of it wondering if our president is cutting eyeholes out of his bedsheets. As you know, this weekend in Virginia the worst people in the United States went to the hardware store, bought Tiki torches, lit them up, and marched. In Charlottesville, a non-violent protester was killed by a white supremacist. And so the president — who is the president, by the way — went on television to say this: “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence — on many sides. On many sides.” He started strong and then he had to throw in “on many sides.” “Well, let’s not lay all the blame on the Nazis and the Klan, there were people who marched against them, you know.” And then for two days he had no further comment — the one thing he decides to be quiet about is this. Of course, everybody went nuts, because there weren’t many sides. Protesters were shouting Nazi slogans, they were carrying Nazi flags, one of them killed a young woman and injured dozens of other people with his car — there were two sides, not many sides. And one of those sides had Nazis on it. All he had to do was condemn the Nazis. It shouldn’t have been a difficult thing. It’s not exactly a controversial stance. It’s not like we asked him to come out against puppies or something. They’re Nazis and Klan members and people who put pineapple on pizza — they’re terrible people. And it isn’t as though he doesn’t like to speak out. You know, when Donald Trump is upset, when there’s something serious happening, he doesn’t keep it bottled up — he lets us know: “Now they’re making <i>Ghostbusters</i> with only women? What’s going on?!” Good question, what is going on? So the reaction to this was enormous, Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, called this rally evil and disgusting. And you understand what that means, that means Germany is taking a stronger stance against Nazis than we are. And they invented them. So then, after much prayer and reflection, the president decided to take the difficult step of condemning Nazis and the Klan, which was big for him, because this is the sort of thing that could alienate his base. Even he knew he had to say something, and so after a few minutes of bragging about the economy, he did. “Racism is evil, and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.” What a difference a teleprompter makes, you know? It’s night and day. He sounds like a kid whose parents made him apologize for egging their neighbor’s house. It’s unbelievable. If there’s any silver lining to this — and there isn’t, by the way — it’s that whatever summer vacation he was hoping to have is now ruined. It has been a terrible vacation.</blockquote> nonadult nonadult nonadult <blockquote>Even though <i>The Tonight Show</i> isn’t a political show, it’s my responsibility to stand up against intolerance and extremism as a human being. What happened over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia was just disgusting. I was watching the news like everyone else, and you’re seeing, like, Nazi flags and torches and white supremacists, and I was sick to my stomach. My daughters were in the next room playing, and I’m thinking, “How can I explain to them that there’s so much hatred in this world?” They’re two years old and four years old. They don’t know what hate is. They go to the playground and they have friends of all races and backgrounds, they just play, and they laugh, and they have fun. But as kids grow up, they need people to look up to — to show them what’s right and good. They need parents and teachers, and they need leaders who appeal to the best in us. The fact that it took the president two days to come out and clearly denounce racists and white supremacists is shameful. And I think he finally spoke out because people everywhere stood up and said something. It’s important for everyone, especially white people in this country, to speak out against this. Ignoring it is just as bad as supporting it. And remember, there are people who have given their lives to make sure this kind of hate doesn’t spread. They fought and died on the right side of history. One brave woman in Charlottesville, Heather Heyer, died standing up for what’s right at the age of 32. I can’t look at my beautiful, growing, curious daughters and say nothing when this kind of thing is happening. We all need to stand against what is wrong, acknowledge that racism exists, and stand up for what is right and civil and kind. And to show the next generation that we haven’t forgotten how hard people have fought for human rights, we cannot do this. We can’t go backward. We can’t go backward.</blockquote> nonadult nonadult nonadult <blockquote>This is the part of the show where we talk about the news. [Sighs] so let’s do it. Two days, two days! How did it take so long to condemn this? Trump condemned Nazis today the way my 4-year-old son does when I ask him to put dishes in the dishwasher. “Fine, I’ll do it…” Now before denouncing the groups —&nbsp;and this is true —&nbsp;Trump took time to brag about how well the economy is doing. He’s right, though, we’ve had huge gains in the economy — especially in sales of pitchforks, torches, and white sheets. Two days! It took Trump two days to be convinced to come out against Nazis and white supremacists.</blockquote> nonadult <blockquote>We can’t allow Trump’s terrifying silence on this to distract us from what happened over the weekend. Over the last 24 hours I’ve been so wound up over the president silence I’m finding myself forgetting how worrying and disgusting the people who marched are. And the fact that events like these can occur in 2017 appalls any decent human being. You know, people lost their lives this weekend. Racists aren’t anything new. They’ve been around longer than all of us. But on the whole over the past few years they felt the need to hide in the shadows, and I hope that this outpouring of disgust for them will make them go back in the shadows or better yet disappear. I hope that any kids who are watching family members on TV over the weekend, and now see these people being publicly shamed, will realize that there’s a better future possible. A future of hope, and kindness, and love and that needs to start with this country’s leader setting that example.</blockquote> nonadult nonadult nonadult<blockquote>“On many sides.” If that choice of words made you feel sick to your stomach, the good news is, you’re a normal and decent person. The jury’s still out on the president, as he initially refused to condemn the white supremacist movement in this country. Now, he did read a statement at the White House today that finally struck the right tone, but I’m sorry, pencils down on this subject was Saturday evening. He only gets very partial credit. Some ignored it or played it down when Donald Trump claimed our first black president wasn’t born in this country. It was racist and insane, but he was written off as a clown, a bitter little man who didn’t know an American could have a name like “Barack Obama.” Then he called Mexicans rapists during the speech announcing his candidacy. He called Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas.” Then he brought Steve Bannon to the White House with him, worked to take away voting rights from black people, and hammered away at the idea that Chicago was a wasteland because of the black people living there. And now white supremacists and American Nazis are visible and energetic in a way we’ve not seen in our lifetimes. Donald Trump did not immediately denounce the white supremacist movement when given the chance, and now, whether he knows it or not, many of those people see him as leading that movement. The leader of our country is called the president because he’s supposed to preside over society. His job is to lead, to cajole, to scold, to correct our path, to lift up what is good about us and to absolutely and unequivocally and immediately condemn what is evil in us. And if he does not do that, if he does not preside over our society, then he is not a president. You can stand for a nation or you can stand for a hateful movement. You can’t do both. And if you don’t make the right choice, I am confident that the American voter will. Thank you, guys.</blockquote> nonadult nonadult nonadult <blockquote>”Many sides? Mr. President, this is terrorism, not your order at KFC. “I’d like the 10-piece bucket with potato wedges, fries, mashed — you know what? Many sides. Many sides. Cole slaw…” How can you possibly say you condemn this in the strongest possible terms when you don’t even name the groups responsible or say what they did? “I strongly condemn you-know-who about you-know what, and you know what, aren’t we all Nazis if you think about it?” I have seen angrier Yelp reviews, and they weren’t afraid to use the word “Nazi” when describing how long their jalapeño poppers took. Here’s the problem — this is the nut of what’s most disturbing about this is that the president came out after a tragedy, and after he made his statement, reasonable people could not tell if he was condemning Nazis. And it’s not like Trump is a shrinking violet. He’s known for criticizing things! If only the president was as mad about neo-Nazis murdering people in the streets as he’s been about Hillary Clinton, the New York Times, CNN, Joe Scarborough, Kristen Stewart, the cast of Hamilton, Diet Coke, Nordstrom not selling his daughter’s clothes, Arnold Schwarzenegger, the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, me, the state of New Hampshire, Gold Star families, Penn Jillette’s Las Vegas show, the movie <i>Django Unchained</i>, Meryl Streep, and lady Ghostbusters.</blockquote>nonadult <blockquote>Now here’s the thing. Some people didn’t need their anti-Nazi statements explained later. Like the mayor of Charlottesville, who called the rally “a cowardly parade of hatred, bigotry, racism and intolerance.” Which, coincidentally, was also the theme of Steve Bannon’s Senior Prom … under the sea! Also, you might recall that on Friday, the white supremacists held a torch-wielding march, only they were holding Tiki torches. How lame! That’s like villagers coming after Frankenstein holding scented candles. “Aaaaaaagh, oooooh, arrrr, sandalwood vanilla baaaad. Arrrrrr.” … I gotta say, it’s pretty troubling when a back-yard decoration company comes out swinging harder against Nazis than the President of the United States. Your move, lawn flamingos! So, faced with getting morally dumped on by pretty much everybody, the president dug a trench, lowered the bar into it, and then slithered over it, somehow finding the courage to read a statement clearly written by somebody else. Racism is evil, and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.</blockquote> nonadult <blockquote>And here’s another thing, and I don’t know where I’m finding the courage to say this, here’s another thing I don’t like about Nazis. A lot of the Nazis showed up at the rally wearing their uniform of khakis and white polo shirts. Because nothing strikes more fear into the hearts of your enemies than cosplaying as the assistant manager of a pool-supply company. Look. Look, Nazis. You don’t get to turn khakis and white polo shirts into the official uniform of racism. What’s gonna happen to guys who actually dress like that? People like me and Jake from State Farm? Do I have to throw out all my polo shirts now? Well, two can play at that game. If you get to ruin khakis and and polo shirts, I say red baseball caps mean you’re an asshole.</blockquote> nonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/delicious-vegan-breakfasts?utm_term=4ldqpia What *do* vegans eat for breakfast, anyway?

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/delicious-vegan-breakfasts Tue, 15 Aug 2017 07:08:29 -0400 What *do* vegans eat for breakfast, anyway? whitneyjeffersonnonadult nonadult Have you ever tried a chickpea omelet? It’s truly one of the best savory breakfasts you’ll have in your life. This version is packed with tomatoes and broccoli, and topped with avocado. Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.forkandbeans.com/2015/01/15/vegan-chickpea-omelet/”>here</a>. nonadult Overnight oats are so, so easy. This <a href=”http://www.theglowingfridge.com/peanut-butter-chia-overnight-oats/#_a5y_p=6222064″>recipe</a> combines chia and peanut butter for a protein punch. nonadult A quick and simple recipe to get your mornings going. Use any leftover veggies in your fridge and you’re good to go! Get the recipe <a href=”http://heatherchristo.com/2017/03/23/vegan-breakfast-skillet/”>here</a>. nonadult For when you don’t have time for recipes with a million ingredients <i>and</i> you want a fiber-rich, dairy-free meal. Experiment with different fruits! Get the recipe <a href=”https://www.savorynothings.com/vegan-banana-oatmeal-pancakes/”>here</a>. nonadult So simple, so delicious, and <i>so</i> perfect for summer (when heirloom tomatoes are in season). Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.blissfulbasil.com/avocado-heirloom-tomato-toast-with-balsamic-drizzle/”>here</a>. nonadult This <a href=”http://www.forkandbeans.com/2015/07/27/tofu-scrambled-eggs/”>recipe</a> uses vegetable broth as its secret weapon for an incredible taste. And if you’re tofu-averse, try <a href=”http://www.veganricha.com/2016/04/chickpea-flour-scramble.html”>this recipe</a> for a similar scramble made with chickpea flour. nonadult Doesn’t this look like the perfect brunch food? Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.veganricha.com/2016/09/vegan-chilaquiles-chickpeas.html/”>here</a>. nonadult Yes, I’m one of ~those~ people who make their own smoothie bowls at home. So sue me — they make smoothies more fun, and in my mind it’s a breakfast soup I can decorate myself. Try your hand with this blue dream of a <a href=”http://runningonrealfood.com/blueberry-coconut-smoothie-bowl/”>recipe</a> that’s low in sugar, too. nonadult Pro tip: Make them ahead of time and reheat in the morning to save yourself some time. Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.karissasvegankitchen.com/baked-vegan-breakfast-sausage-patties/”>here</a>. nonadultFill it up with veggies so you don’t feel <i>too</i> guilty about this veganized take on the classic bodega breakfast. Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.hotforfoodblog.com/recipes/2014/10/25/the-vegan-breakfast-sandwich”>here</a>. nonadult I love a good bowl for <i>any</i> meal, and they’re easy to tweak — so you don’t feel like you’re having the same thing over and over again. Get the recipe <a href=”http://choosingchia.com/farmers-market-vegan-breakfast-bowl/”>here</a>. nonadult This simple <a href=”http://www.savorytooth.com/daily-green-smoothie-kale-mango-pineapple-smoothie/”>recipe</a> for a green smoothie will wake up your system and get you ready for your day. nonadult This <a href=”http://www.crazyvegankitchen.com/cheap-ass-vegan-deviled-potato-bites/”>recipe</a> is <i>actually</i> called “Cheap Ass Deviled Potato Bites,” so you know it means business. Inexpensive + easy = a cooking win. nonadult Get your daily vitamin fix before you even leave the house. Get the recipe <a href=”http://thefoodiephysician.com/2016/09/dining-with-doc-raspberry-coconut.html”>here</a>. nonadult Quick and easy to make! Get the recipe <a href=”http://veganhuggs.com/vegan-breakfast-quesadilla/”>here</a>. nonadult Yes, this <a href=”http://www.cupcakesandkale.ca/deli-style-vegan-cream-cheese/”>recipe</a> is for how to make the cream cheese. You provide the bagels! nonadult You could use this recipe to make one big frittata instead, but that would take away from the magic bite-sizedness! Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.themostlyvegan.com/chickpea-flour-mini-veggie-frittatas/”>here</a>. nonadult Choose whichever fruits suit your fancy each time you make it. Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.chelseasmessyapron.com/blackberry-lime-fruit-salad-with-orange-zest/”>here</a>. nonadult Better than the real thing. Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.blissfulbasil.com/vegan-spicy-scrambled-tofu-breakfast-tacos/”>here</a>. nonadult Satisfy your morning sweet tooth with this appley treat. Get the recipe <a href=”http://theblondcook.com/apple-pie-bites/#_a5y_p=3046884″>here</a> (and make sure to sub a vegan butter for this one). nonadult These summer rolls are one of the healthier breakfast choices on the list, with their use of ancient grains and fresh fruit! Get the recipe <a href=”http://www.exsloth.com/vegan-breakfast-summer-rolls/”>here</a>. nonadult Who doesn’t like breakfast potatoes? Get the recipe <a href=”https://www.eyecandypopper.com/roasted-potatoes-mushrooms-garlic-and-kale-hash-skillet-vegan/”>here</a>. nonadult This <a href=”http://www.bakerita.com/quick-grain-free-hot-cereal-gluten-free-paleo-whole30-vegan/”>recipe</a> is not only vegan, but also gluten-free and Paleo-friendly, and it works with the Whole 30 diet. nonadult Oh yes, breakfast burritos! Believe it! Get the recipe <a href=”http://veggieandthebeastfeast.com/2014/07/29/kale-tomato-and-tofu-breakfast-burritos/”>here</a>. nonadult More of a side than a full meal (unless you’re an animal like me) but they’re both gluten-free and vegan! Get the recipe <a href=”http://healthiersteps.com/recipe/gluten-free-vegan-cauliflower-hash-browns/”>here</a>. nonadult Of course I had to include this stereotypical food — before it was considered “basic,” it was a vegan breakfast staple for years! Get the recipe <a href=”https://www.lazycatkitchen.com/vegan-avocado-toast/”>here</a>. nonadulthttps://www.buzzfeed.com/juliegerstein/this-butt-photo-project-aims-to-show-that-no-two-behinds?utm_term=4ldqpia Because butts are beautiful.

We all have butts. But no two butts look the same.

We all have butts. But no two butts look the same.

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Which is why Montreal-based artists Emilie Mercier and Frédérique Marseille founded 1001 Fesses — which is French for 1001 Butts.

Which is why Montreal-based artists Emilie Mercier and Frédérique Marseille founded 1001 Fesses — which is French for 1001 Butts.

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Their mission? To showcase the wonderful array of backsides in the world, and to challenge traditional notions of beauty.

Their mission? To showcase the wonderful array of backsides in the world, and to challenge traditional notions of beauty.

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The pair started documenting butts in Quebec, and have since taken photos of volunteers in Mexico, Cuba, Switzerland, Malaysia, and the US.

The pair started documenting butts in Quebec, and have since taken photos of volunteers in Mexico, Cuba, Switzerland, Malaysia, and the US.

“Our goal is to show the beauty in any kind of body,” Mercier and Marseille told BuzzFeed. “We hope to show another side of the female body outside of sexuality, a more poetic and intimate feeling that we all share when we open ourselves to authenticity and simplicity.”

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]]> Julie Gerstein https://www.buzzfeed.com/juliegerstein/this-butt-photo-project-aims-to-show-that-no-two-behinds Mon, 14 Aug 2017 15:44:34 -0400 Because butts are beautiful. juliegerstein adulthttps://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/style-at-the-2017-teen-choice-awards?utm_term=4ldqpia Here’s what everyone wore tonight.

Zendaya

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Rita Ora

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Happy the Dog and Vanessa Hudgens

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/style-at-the-2017-teen-choice-awards Mon, 14 Aug 2017 07:57:30 -0400 Here’s what everyone wore tonight. whitneyjeffersonnonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/which-crystal-do-you-vibe-with?utm_term=4ldqpia A simple quiz to lead you to a beginner’s crystal that’s right for you.]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/which-crystal-do-you-vibe-with Sun, 13 Aug 2017 12:40:52 -0400 A simple quiz to lead you to a beginner’s crystal that’s right for you. whitneyjefferson nonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/kristinharris/heres-liam-payne-playing-with-puppies-while-talking-one?utm_term=4ldqpia “I think I would collaborate best with Zayn because we do really similar types of music.”

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Ever since he walked onto The X Factor UK stage back in 2010, we’ve all fallen in love with Liam’s dance moves, his fear of spoons, and, most importantly, his angelic voice. And while we all had a brief moment of panic as One Direction went on hiatus, we can finally take a deep breath again, because Liam is back in full swing — this time on his own — ready to take over the #1 spot on your playlist once again.

In celebration of his new music, Liam stopped by BuzzFeed to play with some rescue puppies while revealing everything you’ve been dying to know — because there is no better sight than Liam Payne cuddling with some cute as hell pups. Here’s what went down.

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“If you could collaborate with one member of 1D, who would it be, why, and what would your music video be like?”

"If you could collaborate with one member of 1D, who would it be, why, and what would your music video be like?"

Liam Payne: I think I would collaborate best with Zayn because we do really similar types of music. And I would like our music video to be right here with these puppies, because this is too much fun right now.

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]]> Kristin Harris https://www.buzzfeed.com/kristinharris/heres-liam-payne-playing-with-puppies-while-talking-one Wed, 09 Aug 2017 11:51:04 -0400 “I think I would collaborate best with Zayn because we do really similar types of music.” kristinharris nonadult nonadult Ever since he walked onto <i>The X Factor UK</i> stage back in 2010, we’ve all fallen in love with Liam’s dance moves, his fear of spoons, and, most importantly, his angelic voice. And while we all had a brief moment of panic as One Direction went on hiatus, we can finally take a deep breath again, because Liam is back in full swing — this time on his own — ready to take over the #1 spot on your playlist once again. In celebration of his new music, Liam stopped by BuzzFeed to play with some <a href=”http://www.animalleague.org”>rescue puppies</a> while revealing everything <a href=”https://www.buzzfeed.com/kristinharris/what-do-you-want-to-know-about-liam-payne?utm_term=.rcyE8eqPb#.loyDweAXz”><i>you’ve</i></a> been dying to know — because there is no better sight than Liam Payne cuddling with some cute as hell pups. Here’s what went down.nonadult nonadult <b>Liam Payne:</b> I think I would collaborate best with Zayn because we do really similar types of music. And I would like our music video to be right here with these puppies, because this is too much fun right now. nonadult <b>LP:</b> I think I’d like to go in and play arenas. I love a big stage and I like running around. I actually measured it one time when we were on stage, and we used to do like 6 kilometers a night every time, so I’m used to running around a big stage. So I don’t know how I’d feel going back to a small — I do like smaller venues, it’s nice and intimate, but I love to do like really big shows, and I want to put on a great show for you guys with loads of different elements so we can all have a good time. nonadult <b>LP:</b> Yes, there are sections of the album that are quite like “Strip That Down,” but there’s parts of it that are — there’s some ballads, there’s some hip-hop songs, there’s some more dance music. So I think there’s a really varied mix of different things that we have. nonadult <b>LP:</b> Yes, I think we will reunite at some point in the future. We have to — I mean we’ve got an album we haven’t even toured yet, and I want to write some more songs as well with the boys. nonadult <b>LP:</b> My favorite part about touring with the boys was when we were younger, we used to spend a lot of time together on the tour bus. When we did our first American tour, we had a really tiny, small bus, so it was just a lot of fun, just hanging out. And it was like, I don’t know, that was the time when we got to know each other best. nonadult <b>LP:</b> There’s talk of maybe doing a collaboration, but I can’t tell you who it is yet. But she is, uh, an artist. [<i>laughs</i>] That’s very open, isn’t it? nonadult nonadult <b>LP:</b> No I’m not at all. I think honestly he’s really, really suited to the job, and Harry’s really good at what he does. And I wanted to congratulate him on his massive moment! Like, being in a Christopher Nolan action film — how amazing! Super cool. I haven’t seen it yet, but I’m planning on having a little event with my team and some of my family and going down and all of us watching it together, because I wanna make sure it’s in a nice setting. I haven’t been to a cinema in ages, and I like going to the cinema. nonadult <b>LP:</b> The songwriting process has been a lot different because you have to look a lot inside yourself for inspiration. It was different when I was writing with the boys because, you know, you have to have four people to please. So in a way it’s kind of easier as well, but it’s hard because, I don’t know, it’s very, very — it just relies on you. Which is nice, and there’s some really personal songs that I’ve done on the album, and there’s some that are done by other writers. ‘Cause there are obviously a lot of great writers in the world, and I got to work with some great people like Pharrell and Ryan Tedder, [and] obviously Zedd at the moment, which has been great. So I’ve been really lucky with the people I’ve gotten to work with. nonadult <b>LP:</b> The last text message I sent was “Check the vids aha” to one of my friends, because I was doing some silly videos on Instagram. That was a lot more boring than I thought it was gonna be. nonadult <b>LP:</b> I would say Pete [the puppy] at this moment in time. Fulfilling life for me. nonadult <b>LP:</b> There’s actually a name for this, and it’s a long phobia they call it — I’m not sure [what it’s called]. But I’m no longer afraid of spoons. nonadult <b>LP:</b> I would collaborate with Nicki Minaj.nonadult nonadult <b>LP:</b> I would say having my missus’ eye on me is a nice thing, because I like to know that she’s always got her eye on me, and I’ve always got my eye on her, which is nice.nonadult LP: My go-to karaoke song would be [<i>starts singing</i>] “I know when that hotline bling, that could only mean one thing.” I love Drake. nonadult <b>LP:</b> Zedd’s amazing — he’s really good at what he does. He’s super, super talented. Because I know a lot of people have a thing about DJs and stuff, but he’s more than that. He’s been playing piano since he was like 5 or something, so he’s an absolute musical genius. It was great working with him, and he’s open-minded and super collaborative with things, so he doesn’t mind if people take over a little bit. And that’s what we did with this song, “Get Low,” and I loved how it turned out. It’s one of my favorite songs we’ve done. nonadult <b>LP:</b> My favorite memory was when we first did Madison Square Garden. We popped out of the floor and it was just the most amazing feeling ever, knowing that we were in Madison Square Garden. And our album — we’d just broke the record for debuting at #1 on the charts, so that was a real fun memory of mine. nonadult <b>LP:</b> Oh, I never thought about that. I would wake up at around 9, go to the gym for a little bit. I’d sit and watch — I’d have the new series of <i>Peaky Blinders</i> out now, that would be a good day, so I don’t have to wait for ages. And then I would have an In-N-Out burger because they are the best thing known to man. That would be quite the perfect day. nonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/hey-remember-when-hugh-jackman-had-long-hair?utm_term=4ldqpia Because I do.

I was browsing through old TRL photos the other day when I came across these beauties of Hugh Jackman promoting X-Men.

I was browsing through old TRL photos the other day when I came across these beauties of Hugh Jackman promoting X-Men.

(And having a laugh about his face on a Playstation game that had just dropped, Wolverine’s Revenge.)

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I was shocked. How had I forgotten the phase in 2003 when Hugh Jackman had long hair?

I was shocked. How had I forgotten the phase in 2003 when Hugh Jackman had long hair?

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Maybe you’re thinking, “I’m not sure if I even like Hugh Jackman with long hair.”

Maybe you're thinking, "I'm not sure if I even like Hugh Jackman with long hair."

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You’d be wrong.

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/hey-remember-when-hugh-jackman-had-long-hair Sun, 06 Aug 2017 17:39:28 -0400 Because I do. whitneyjefferson nonadulthttps://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/guess-the-celebrity-by-what-they-wore-on-trl?utm_term=4ldqpia How well do you actually remember Total Request Live?]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/guess-the-celebrity-by-what-they-wore-on-trl Thu, 03 Aug 2017 13:06:07 -0400 How well do you actually remember <i>Total Request Live</i>? whitneyjefferson nonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/chris-noth-dream-ruiner?utm_term=4ldqpia But WHYYYY.

Hello, Sex and the City fans. I have some annoying news for you, but first can we all agree not to shoot the messenger?

Hello, Sex and the City fans. I have some annoying news for you, but first can we all agree not to shoot the messenger?

OK, cool.

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I KNOW.

I KNOW.

He also went on to say this about the SATC fandom:

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/chris-noth-dream-ruiner Tue, 25 Jul 2017 18:27:07 -0400 But WHYYYY. whitneyjefferson nonadult OK, cool. nonadult Are you ready for it? Here goes: nonadult nonadult He also went on to say this about the SATC fandom: nonadult nonadult I guess this begs the question… nonadult nonadulthttps://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/coral-bleaching-and-why-you-should-care?utm_term=4ldqpia Other than Finding Nemo.

Listen up, humans of planet Earth! There’s something going on in our oceans and you really need to know about it.

Listen up, humans of planet Earth! There's something going on in our oceans and you really need to know about it.

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Earlier this week I got the chance to see Chasing Coral — which is out now in select theaters and on Netflix as of today — and it left me shocked, unsettled, and upset about the current status of our oceans.

Earlier this week I got the chance to see Chasing Coral — which is out now in select theaters and on Netflix as of today — and it left me shocked, unsettled, and upset about the current status of our oceans.

Before you even think it, I’d like to take this opportunity to say that I’m a HUGE nature nerd. But you know what? It takes nature dweebs like me to alert you all about things like this!

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You see, our beautiful coral reefs are dying at an alarming rate due to coral bleaching (aka what happens when the ocean’s temperature rises to the point that it kills the coral).

You see, our beautiful coral reefs are dying at an alarming rate due to coral bleaching (aka what happens when the ocean's temperature rises to the point that it kills the coral).

When this happens the animal inside of coral dies and leaves behind a white skeleton — so the image you’re looking at above, for example, is basically a coral graveyard. But more on that later.

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In fact, we’ve lost 50% of the world’s corals in the last 50 years — and that number just keeps on growing.

In fact, we’ve lost 50% of the world’s corals in the last 50 years — and that number just keeps on growing.

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]]> Whitney Jefferson https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/coral-bleaching-and-why-you-should-care Mon, 24 Jul 2017 23:52:16 -0400 Other than <i>Finding Nemo.</i> whitneyjeffersonnonadult nonadult Before you even think it, I’d like to take this opportunity to say that I’m a <a href=”https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/ridiculously-easy-ways-to-save-the-planet”>HUGE</a> <a href=”https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/the-52-most-beautiful-places-on-earth”>nature</a> <a href=”https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/documentaries-saving-the-planet”>nerd</a>. But you know what? It takes nature dweebs like me to alert you all about things like this! nonadult When this happens the animal inside of coral dies and leaves behind a white skeleton — so the image you’re looking at above, for example, is basically a coral graveyard. But more on that later. nonadult nonadult Other than the fact that they are very pretty to look at?nonadult Fun Ocean Fact: The National Ocean Service suggests that we’ve <a href=”https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/exploration.html”>only explored</a> a mere FIVE PERCENT of the oceans on Earth, so it’s possible that many other forms of life in the ocean depend on the coral ecosystem, too. nonadult I never knew how fish and coral have a symbiotic relationship, and that fish actually make their homes inside of them. And just listen to this chain reaction that stems from the fish/coral connection, per <a href=”https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/07/the-great-barrier-reef-a-catastrophe-laid-bare”>The Guardian</a>: nonadult <blockquote>When the coral dies, the entire ecosystem around it transforms. Fish that feed on the coral, use it as shelter, or nibble on the algae that grows among it die or move away. The bigger fish that feed on those fish disappear too. But the cascading effects don’t stop there. Birds that eat fish lose their energy source, and island plants that thrive on bird droppings can be depleted. And, of course, people who rely on reefs for food, income or shelter from waves – some half a billion people worldwide – lose their vital resource.</blockquote>nonadult I could stare at this GIF of everyone eating, sleeping, breathing, and commuting in the same coral “city” for hours. nonadult I don’t know why I’d always assumed it was some kind of dormant rock, but coral is very much alive. They’re so alive that they’re some of the oldest beings on this earth at over 25 million years old! nonadult The reefs help to <a href=”https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/coral_protect.html”>calm</a> the wild waters heading towards land and also help protect against coastal erosion. Shorelines everywhere thank you, coral!nonadult Fishing trips! Diving! Hotels! Restaurants! Fish to eat! Places to get your hair beaded or braided by the beach! All of these income <a href=”https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2009-10/d-wac101509.php”>sources</a> come back to the reefs. nonadult nonadult If it didn’t, the Earth’s regular temperature would go from it’s normal average of about 58 degrees to over 122 degrees. Another fun (aka frightening) ocean fact! nonadult This is not good for life under the sea — sorry, Ariel. nonadult When the water becomes too hot, corals expel the algae that lives inside of them, causing their coral to turn white. nonadult They used underwater cameras to painstakingly track the progress of the coral each and every day for 40 days. nonadult nonadult nonadult As I stated earlier, <i>Chasing Coral</i> is a good place to start and is <a href=”https://www.netflix.com/watch/80168188″>out on Netflix</a> as of today! nonadult There are many <a href=”https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/oceans/corals/”>resources</a> that will help you to figure out how much you or your family are personally contributing to the warming of our planet. Whether it’s rethinking your commute to work, recycling, switching lightbulbs, planting trees, conserving water, lowering your meat intake —&nbsp;every little choice you make adds up! (Don’t know where to even begin? Try <a href=”https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/how-big-is-your-carbon-footprint”>this Carbon Footprint quiz</a>!) nonadult People don’t tend to notice or think about what’s going on underneath sea level for the simple reason that it’s just not something we have to look at often. That’s where <i>you</i> come in — now that you know we’re at risk of losing our coral reefs, help the cause by sharing your knowledge with whoever will listen (and maybe even those who won’t). nonadult nonadult https://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/the-most-memorable-my-strange-addiction-episodes?utm_term=4ldqpia Bring it back, TLC!

The the girl who liked to eat sand because of “the crunch.”

The the girl who liked to eat sand because of "the crunch."

TLC

The lady who liked to drink paint because it felt like “a thicker version of warm milk” on her throat.

The lady who liked to drink paint because it felt like "a thicker version of warm milk" on her throat.

TLC

The lady who liked to chow down on rubber tires.

The lady who liked to chow down on rubber tires.

TLC / Via octopussoir-.tumblr.com

The cat lady who took it to the extreme.

The cat lady who took it to the extreme.

TLC / Via octopussoir-.tumblr.com


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