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"Community" Tries To Fill The Dan Harmon Sized Hole With Mustaches. It's...Working.

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | October 5, 2012 | Comments ()


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As a refreshing antidote to yesterday's Diaz greasestravaganza, here's a fresh and lovely spread Jennifer Lawrence did for Vogue. (Celebitchy)
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A mother in NYC received a bill from the police department to repair a dent in the car MADE BY HER DEAD SON'S BODY WHEN THE POLICE RAN HIM OVER AND KILLED HIM. Ahem. (NY Mag)

I've avoided a lot of the Gagnum Style videos because, well, I don't know, I assume you've seen them. But maybe I should reconsider because 80,000 people can't be wrong. (Neatorama)

In other musical news, you can now listen to "Benji's Cool Times Summer Jamz Mix" from last night's "Parks and Recreation" on Spotify. You know, in case you haven't had enough Salt N' Pepa this week. (Spotify)

And our last musical link of the week is, undeniably, the best. Here's the lovely and amazing Adele singing her Bond theme in full. If the Oscar goes to anyone else, it will be a crime. (Den of Geek)

As impressive as this painted Death Star pumpkin is, I reserve my full-admiration for something carved. It's not TRUE art until you've handled the gourd goop. (Etsy)

Alright, speaking of goop, here are 24 grooms seeing their brides for the first time. Listen, I'm SORRY, I'll go back to posting cheese and beefcake next week. For now? You cry. (Buzzfeed)

The boys from "Community" in Selleck 'staches? Yes please. (Uproxx)

You know who's pissed about Mitt Romney's PBS threats? Levar Burton that's who. Sidebar: did anyone else cosplay Geordi La Forge when they were little by putting headbands over their eyes like a visor? No? Just me? Okay. (WG)

Love this minimalist movie poster alphabet. (Laughing Squid)
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Siri gives some synopses of sci-fi films and, I'm sorry Dave, but she's a little biased. (io9)

68,000 Texans no longer have to prove they're not dead in order to vote. Only 12,000 to go. (Boing Boing)

And as the weather turns crisper, you might want to stock up on any of these amazing pop culture-inspired bunny slippers. Because, seriously, if you're wearing something enormous and fuzzy on your feets, you might as well go all out. (Bunny Slippers)

Finally, sorry to end with a downer but I'm hoping that if enough people see this video I'll never have to see another f*cking "first world problems" joke again. Enjoy your weekend! Kisses!



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  • SabrinaHatesDisqus

    I’ve avoided a lot of the Gagnum Style videos because, well, I don’t
    know, I assume you’ve seen them. But maybe I should reconsider because
    80,000 people can’t be wrong.

    Coughcoughconfederacyofduncescough

  • Fabius_Maximus

    I’ve avoided a lot of the Gagnum Style videos because, well, I don’t
    know, I assume you’ve seen them. But maybe I should reconsider because
    80,000 people can’t be wrong.

    "Eat shit. Millions of flies cannot err."

  • Excuse me, Pajiba - where's EE this week, huh? What's Mrs J. up to?!

  • googergieger

    I tell you what the worst thing about this terrorism thing is. You can't sing Smiths songs out loud in public anymore. -hipster comic in 2000's

  • Uncle Mikey

    Fresh and lovely spread Jennifer Lawrence? Yes please

  • John G.

    You know who’s pissed about Mitt Romney’s PBS threats? Levar Burton that’s who. Sidebar: did anyone else cosplay Geordi La Forge when they were little by putting headbands over their eyes like a visor? No? Just me? Okay.

    God Dammit, Joanna, stop making me fall in love with you.

  • TheOriginalMRod

    Interesting... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Ru...
    Rutger Hauer joins True Blood cast.

  • Amanda

    Not even that can make me tune in again to that crap pile.

  • AudioSuede

    I flat-out lost my breath when I saw my wife coming down the aisle. From the first sight of her in that dress, I knew I'd made the right decision. And then I started crying.

    A lot happened in that second.

  • idgiepug

    What is up with that wallpaper in the Jennifer Lawrence shot? It's also in some of the stills from Robot and Frank. My parents had that exact wallpaper until about 5 years ago, and now I think it's haunting me or something.

    Also, my cold little black heart just can't with the groom shots. Mr. Pug and I have been happily/bitter sarcastically married for 12 years, and we did it in sensible suits at the courthouse with the other sinners, the way jeebus intended. If I'd shown up looking like an extraordinarily expensive meringue, he would have laughed his ass off. Big old weddings are such an enormous damn waste. Courthouse + backyard tent reception with fried chicken and beer = ability to afford dream house and actually LIVE happily (bitter sarcastically) ever after.

  • ZombieNurse

    Oh, I have to respectfully disagree! Yes, some of the big, expensive weddings can be a waste, but it all depends on the couple, really. I just came back from a wedding this weekend that was one of the most amazing experiences I've ever had! I guess it could have been called wasteful, except that the couple was so happy and the wedding turned into a huge party. Everyone had fun, friends got to see each other for the first time in years, and it was just a great experience.

    I've been to tons of weddings (I sometimes work as a wedding singer) and it's all very subjective. Do you NEED the big wedding? No. Is it sometimes worth it? Absolutely!

  • Reading this far too late after the fact, but...yep - agreed.

  • Sirilicious

    I love me some Adele, but her Skyfall is as sweepingly bland as most of the Bond songs. #bored

  • Amanda

    No one will ever be able to live up to Goldfinger. NO ONE.

  • firedmyass

    the only thing that negates my reflexively contrarian impulse is objective Truth. You are hell of correct.

  • Sirilicious

    "But maybe I should reconsider because 80,000 people can’t be wrong."

    "the earth is flat"
    - 1.982.024 people circa 1574

    Lots of people can be hella wrong.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    And here I thought the gagnam style video was going to be this:
    http://www.collegehumor.com/vi...

  • aroorda

    Isn't the whole point of first world problems that they're not real problems? I always thought they were tongue in cheek jokes. That video makes it seem like they're actual complaints.

  • L.O.V.E.

    You have a first world problem with that video.

  • Kate at June

    Yeah, I never saw them as a joke. More like an acknowledgement that they are small, petty "problems," and the people having them are really quite lucky.

  • chumpy

    Yeah i don't think that video hits the mark....

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Yes, to the headband. Though we called it "playing" or "dressing up" in my day, not cosplay.

    Love the groom shots 'cause I'm a sentimental sap who believes in loooove.

    Oh, NYPD. I just can't even deal. Another unarmed person shot & killed last night - this time in a highway stop in my neighborhood. It feels like it's just getting worse and worse. I don't know if this is Giuliani's legacy, or all Ray Kelly or what...but there has to be some middle ground. I'd almost like to find out that the reduced crime statistics are proven to be the result of under-reporting, and that the extra harsh tactics haven't yielded an appreciable difference.

    (on the other hand, I do feel safe in NYC 99% of the time)

  • mairimba

    I was looking at those groom pictures while listening to the Adele song. Do not recommend. *sobs*

  • competitivenonfiction

    Me too. At work. I'm going to have to fake "allergies" yet again.

  • VonnegutSlut

    I absolutely DID cosplay Geordi La Forge but I used those heinous banana clips that were (WTF?!) so popular in the '80s...I just thought they looked more like his visor.

    I also put every lampshade in the house upside down on my head trying to mimic Guinan's fabulous hats.

    (This may double post & if it does I apologize in advance. What can I say? I'm REALLY proud of my prepubescent Star Trek cosplay.)

  • linnyloo

    I made my own Bajoran earring back in the day.

  • Miss Laaw-yuhr

    Fun fact of the day: It turns out the visor actually is a banana clip as detailed by the costume designer in the book "The Art of Star Trek"

  • Nice use of the past-tense. He types peering over his sister's head band.

  • Right? What kind of weirdo still does that as an adult? *nervous laugh*

  • VonnegutSlut

    I absolutely DID cosplay Geordi La Forge except I used those old school banana clips that were all the rage (WTF?!) in the '80s...I just thought they looked a little more like his visor.

    I also put every lampshade in the house upside down on my head trying to mimic Guinan's fabulous hats.

  • Return of Santitas

    I used the banana clips, too! I had way too much hair for those things so they just sat around not being used. Strangely I never actually watched Star Trek...I just knew that Levar Burton from Reading Rainbow now wore a banana clip on his face in his new show.

  • KatSings

    I cosplayed as Deanna Troi in elementary school for Halloween. My mom made me a replica of her outfit, I did my hair like hers, and even had her badge. And I also did the Geordi thing.

  • damnitjanet

    There's...something in my eye...

  • KatSings

    I want to hang out with Jennifer Lawrence. Everything I read about her makes me really certain we'd be awesome friends.

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