Horrible Racist White Lady Knows Exactly How 'That Black Football Player' Feels
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Horrible Racist White Lady Knows Exactly How 'That Black Football Player' Feels

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | February 27, 2014 | Comments ()


You guys, Paula Deen knows exactly how that “black football player” who just came out feels, and she doesn’t think it’s fair that she has certain adjectives attached to her name, either. You mean, like “black,” “gay,” or “football player”? Good lord, Paul Deen. Please know when to shut up. (Dlisted)

On Kristen Stewart’s Marie Claire cover: “While this expression is one that could easily slide into Totally Stoned, I think she’s managing to stop it right at the line of Smoldering and Sultry.” (GFY)

Ghostbusters is the greatest movie ever made about Republican economic policy. Discuss. (QZ)

I’ve clicked on this three times, and I’ve zapped the page before the moment happens every single time. I can’t force myself to watch. “Want To Watch A Reporter Swallow A River Of Her Own Snot On Live TV?” NO. I DON’T. But I’m curious. But NO. I honestly think it might make me spew. (Uproxx)

What? Robert Pattinson licks armpits? You kids with your crazy kinks! Is this like eyeball licking? Whatever happened to making out in the back of a movie theater? (Celebitchy)

Here are some swell first looks at JGL, Jessica Alba, and Mickey Rourke in Sin City 2, which is a thing that is finally actually happening. (/Film)

The antics featurd in the header image above are, according to a very reputable source, the reason for Paula Patton and Robin Thicke’s split. (New York Daily News)

Is Adam Driver the Lukas Haas of this generation? Discuss. (Unreality)

Mrs J. passed along these fake London underground signs, and they are brilliant. (Tumblr)

Likewise, this is kind of cool: A neat infographic with individual icons representing every single film to win Best Picture at the Oscars since 1927. (Beutler)

You can read a whole paragraph from George R.R. Martin’s forthcoming Winds of Winter. Nice job, George! Just 3,000 more paragraphs to go! (WG)

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