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Cameron Diaz Urges Women To Keep Their Vaginas Fully Dressed

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | January 2, 2014 | Comments ()


Cameron Diaz is warning against the shaved pubis trend for women, asserting that “pubic hair also serves as a pretty draping that makes it a little mysterious to the one who might be courting your sexiness.” Word! (DListed)

Britney Spears has taken her show to Las Vegas, where she now leaps through rings of fire and feeds homeless people to her python in her all new live show. It’s amazing. (GFY)

For television lovers, I’ve put together a list of the 10 most important TV events of 2014. Keep them on your radar, folks. (Uproxx)

The good peeps over at the Alamo Drafthouse have listed their top ten films of 2013, and like a few other outliers, have included Michael Bay’s Pain & Gain. I think people just like to be contrarian. (Slashfilm)

Among the Drafthouse’s top ten film was the Errol Morris and Werner Herzog produced documentary, The Act of Killing. If you want to know more about that film, here’s 22 things you can learn from the movie’s commentary. (FSR)

I was slow to come around to Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee because the premise because the premise, frankly, seemed off-putting (rich people conversating over coffee? How gauche). But I warmed to the series quickly, and now I can’t wait for the next season, which will feature Louis C.K. and Jerry Seinfeld on a boat having coffee. Here’s a fantastic preview. (Gothamist)

Look, people: It was silly and kind of ditzy for a teenager to tweet on New Year’s that “this beautiful earth is now officially 2014 years old, amazing” but that does not really rise to the level of “Kill yourself” jokes. Jesus, Twitter. Try to restrain your assholery in 2014, mmkay? (Gawker)

Here’s some scuttlebut speculation you can chew over before likely dismissing: Will Chris Evans’ on-set attitude get him replaced or killed off as Captain America? (cue dramatic music) (Celebitchy)

While your pondering Chris Evans’ replacement (NATHAN FILLION), Jill Pantozzi has memefied the latest image from Captain America: Winter Soldier. (The Mary Sue)

Speaking of scuttlebutt, Aaron Sorkin is dismissing reports that he and Jeff Daniels have a difficult working relationship with Olivia Munn owering to her — and here’s the fun irony — know-it-all snootiness. HA! (E!)

While Chris Evans likely won’t be leaving the Marvel franchise, Luke Grimes, who plays Jessica’s lover James on True Blood, is leaving the show, citing creative differences, which is shorthand for, “The money wasn’t worth the agony.” (Blastr)

One of our favorite people on the Internet, stand-up comedian and television commercial personality, Brock Wilbur, has also made a movie. We think you should watch it. It’s called Your Friends Close. You can rent it (Here)

When listing a few shows from last year that were overlooked, I totally and completely forgot about Utopia, a fantastic conspiracy thriller series over in the UK that I plowed through in a day. (Unreality)

Speaking of friends of the site, our old pal Brian Prisco also released the book he funded through Kickstarter, Twenty-Sided Die, which is 20 interconnected stories revolving around Dungeons and Dragons. I bought it basically the second it was released, and from what I’ve read so far, the same Prisco magic you all know and love is still there. Must read, especially if you’re a D&D fan. (SixDemonPrisco)

You can even make Prisco’s the first book you read in the New Year, and include it in 2014’s Cannonball Read challenge. Cannonball Read 6 begins today, but there’s still time to sign up at the new website. Follow these Pajibans as they read, review, and fight cancer in AlabamaPink’s memory. (Cannonball Read)

Rumor are swirling (and I helped to swirl them!) that one of four major The Walking Dead characters will be killed off the show in the second half of season four. Can you guess which one? (WG)

And with that, I leave you with the new poster for the upcoming second half of The Walking Dead, via EW.


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