It’s that time of year when “Best of” Roundups are as abundant as holiday cocktails, and this time we are rounding up the Best of CampusRiot. We’ve featured a lot of videos, thrown back to a lot of cool 90s stuff, and talked about a lot of important trending topics, using GIFs to their fullest capacity. Here are some of the most popular posts on the site from 2013, they just so happen to be some of our favorites too. Not surprisingly, Grumpy cat was solidly popular all year long, that cat really just speaks to people.
This timeline detailing every moment of a long night of slamming back tequila shots is way too accurate. Check out the original post here.
Hocus Pocus may be a Halloween movie, but the lessons we can learn from it definitely apply all year long. Check out the original post here.
If you think you are the only college girl who craves pizza at 3am and take about a million naps a week, this post lets you know you are not alone, you can check it out here.
We love Lucille Bluth and appreciate her role as one of the sassiest moms on TV, and her advice is just so spot on. Check out the original post here.
People holding their pets up to their face so it looks like they have a beard? Priceless. This will never get old. Check out some more pictures on the original post here.
Teen Wolf is a pretty awesome show, and pictured above is one of the reasons why you should be watching. We celebrated his birthday with a totally fangirl-y open letter, which you can read here.
One of the saddest things on TV this year was the Breaking Bad season finale, I still can’t believe it’s over. If you want to look back on Walter White in all is glory, please consult our collection of memes. You can check out the original post here.
Hmm, I wonder why this post was so popular… Check out all of the beautiful GIFs on the original post here.
How many times can you make Mean Girls jokes before they get old? For the answer, consult the above GIF. Then check out the original post here for even more always relevant life advice.
The Internet is full of cats, but no cat is a more sensible and realistic thinker than the grumpy cat. That is just a fact. Check out the original post here.