The List (13 July 2017)

As of the end of episode 13, here is our list of everything in the world, ordered from best to worst. This list may be outdated; you can check the latest version here, though it may contain spoilers for episodes you haven’t heard yet.

  1. Water (substance)
  2. NASA (organisation)
  3. New York (city)
  4. Berlin (city)
  5. Smartphones (object)
  6. Cats (animal)
  7. Compass (navigational instrument)
  8. Bob Dylan (musical artist)
  9. Marriage (concept)
  10. Switzerland (country)
  11. Jurassic Park (1993 film)
  12. Nineteen Eighty-Four (George Orwell novel)
  13. Drums (musical instrument)
  14. Michelangelo’s David (sculpture)
  15. Red pandas (animal)
  16. Pangolins (animal)
  17. Edinburgh Festival Fringe (event)
  18. The 48 Hour Film Project (event)
  19. Mario (game franchise)
  20. The Blues Brothers (1980 film)
  21. Summer holidays (concept)
  22. Sunday (day of the week)
  23. Cher (musical artist)
  24. Headphones (object)
  25. Hands (body part) [nudged up by Euan and James]
  26. Being unable to stop laughing (experience)
  27. Ranting (activity) [new entry]
  28. Having good teeth (concept)
  29. Daytime (concept)
  30. Nighttime (concept)
  31. Grilled cheese sandwiches (food)
  32. Zombies (creature) [new entry]
  33. Blue (colour)
  34. Urban exploration (activity) [new entry]
  35. George Foreman grills (object)
  36. Dancing (concept)
  37. Eurovision Song Contest (event)
  38. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (J. K. Rowling novel)
  39. Knightmare (TV series)
  40. Furbies (toy)
  41. Porridge (food)
  42. Bananas (fruit)
  43. Cocktails (drink)
  44. The Loch Ness Monster (mythical creature)
  45. Irn Bru (drink) [new entry]
  46. Reality (concept)
  47. The Room (2003 film)
  48. Monster Raving Loony Party (political party)
  49. 1866 (year)
  50. Mobile card readers (technology)
  51. New book smell (smell)
  52. Shirts (clothing)
  53. Coffee pods (object)
  54. T-shirts (clothing)
  55. Coca-Cola (drink)
  56. Nutella (spread)
  57. Profanity (concept)
  58. Scary YouTube videos (concept) [new entry]
  59. The feeling at the start of a rollercoaster ride (sensation)
  60. Self-service checkouts (concept)
  61. Old book smell (smell)
  62. Coco Pops (food)
  63. Spiders (animal)
  64. Trashy TV (concept)
  65. Country music (genre)
  66. Sonic the Hedgehog (game franchise)
  67. Wearing shorts (concept)
  68. The liberal social media bubble (concept)
  69. Slippers (footwear)
  70. Feet (body part)
  71. Alpha Centauri (star system)
  72. American radio stations (concept)
  73. Juggling (activity) [new entry]
  74. Cheese rolling (event)
  75. Hanging Gardens of Babylon (wonder of the world)
  76. Video conferencing (technology)
  77. The “have you brought your own bags?” thing (concept)
  78. Gift wrapping (concept)
  79. Straws (object)
  80. Breakfast in bed (concept)
  81. Schadenfreude (concept)
  82. Freshly squeezed lemon juice (drink)
  83. Party balloons (object)
  84. East 17 (band)
  85. Word Twist (game)
  86. Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans (sweets) [new entry]
  87. Word Porn (website/Facebook page)
  88. Teleportation (hypothetical technology)
  89. When a dog follows you and it isn’t your dog (situation)
  90. Loose change in the street (concept)
  91. Hypnic jerk / “the kick” (sensation)
  92. Saying goodbye on the phone (situation)
  93. Clothes shopping (concept)
  94. Getting a haircut (experience)
  95. When you’re at the bus stop and you don’t know whether the person in front of you is getting on the bus (situation)
  96. The American tipping system (concept)
  97. Being sweaty (experience)
  98. The common cold (disease)
  99. Piers Morgan (person)
  100. Jealousy (emotion)
  101. Homeopathic medicine (concept)