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If You're Not Showing Support for Marriage Equality on Facebook, You're Apparently a Terrible Human Being

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | March 27, 2013 | Comments ()


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... at least that's what I've seen on my Facebook feed in a few places. I haven't changed my profile picture yet because it takes me four goddamn hours to figure out how to change it because ZUCKERBERG. But as long as you're supporting marriage equality in your hearts and minds, folks, I'm not going to judge you for how you show your support. But know this, supporting same-sex marriage means that you and Seth MacFarlane agree on something. (LA Times)

"Game of Thrones" arrives on Sunday, and if the male cast without facial hair didn't get your jollies off, maybe these 21 Fun Facts about the cast will. For instance, did you know that the guy who plays Gregor Clegorne was also the stunt double for Madame Maxine in Harry Pottery. (Uproxx)

While many of us are also anticipating the return of "Doctor Who" this weekend, it's worth noting that "Game of Thrones" has more female writers than "Doctor Who," which isn't hard because "Doctor Who" has zero female writers, and hasn't had one since 2008 (Hat Tip: Casper) (The Guardian)

Because there are so many new characters, and so many plotlines are being laid out for the season in the opening episodes, this infographic may be helpful in keeping the layout of Westeros organized in your mind. (TVDuck)

Speaking of new(ish) characters in "Game of Thrones," the super tall, super fantastic, super sexy Gwendoline Christie, unlike Jon Hamm, says she "loves" to be objectified. Do your part, folks. (Stylist)

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One last Game of Thrones link for today: The Game of Thrones cast as ... cats. (Unreality)

Yes, I agree: This Twitter conversation between Aaron Paul and Richard Dreyfuss is the best Twitter conversation of the day. (Bad Ass Digest)

... and this is the most disgusting thing you'll see on the Internet today. (STFU, Parents)

On the subject of parenting, you know those squeezable fruit and vegetable pouches many of us have lazily began feeding to our toddlers? They're apparently not that good for our children. DON'T TELL MY WIFE. (Slate)

Jim Carrey made a anti-gun parody video for "Funny or Die" this week, and as you'd expect, the gun nuts have called him a "roiling bucket of sewage." Classy. (The Daily Caller)

In celebration of noted foot fetishist Quentin Tarantino's 50th birthday, here's a look at the director's ten favorite toes. (The Film Experience)

Aww, how did the adorable little girl in the center of this photo grow up to be Lena Dunham? (Yahoo)

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The Kickstarter fad kicked off by the Veronica Mars movie has jumped from a Chuck movie to a Pushing Daisies movie, and now let's bring in a Friday Night Lights movie. LEAVE "FNL" ALONE. Do not sully its perfection. (The Playlist)

Because Vulture also understands and appreciates Winona Ryder like we all should, here's 25 years of Ryder on the red carpet. She's still as stunning today as she was when Johnny Depp's arm was draped around her. (Vulture)

Oh, God. Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler are making another movie together. The third time is the ... paycheck. (Slashfilm)

I don't know who this guy is that Hayden Patenehair is engaged to, but he's very tall, and he's 14 years older than her, and in general, kind of creepy. (Celebitchy)

Damn, I wish I'd thought of this list idea first: Celebrities you didn't realize were the same age, e.g., Danny Pudi and Rider Strong, or Adele and Taylor Swift. (Buzzfeed)

A long-time reader of ours, Gina, sends along this epic Captain EO appreciation post, which is strange and long and exactly what the Internet was created for. (Passport2Dreams)

Our old friend Oliver Noble has put together a 45 MINUTE VIDEO of every single Woody Allen stammer, ever. I don't know how he survived the editing process.







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