Apparently This Was the Best I Could Do
Sorry guys -- today's Pajiba Love has almost nothing to do with Canada or PaEHba Day, but as they say on the internet, the links must go on!
Ugh. Tim Burton is trying to make Alice in Wonderland appeal to the Hot Topic crowd (like it wouldn't anyway) with a terrible song and video by Avril Lavigne, all the while alienating everyone else. (The Playlist)
I don't recall seeing this covered on Pajiba anywhere -- but the pornographic website Suicide Girls featuring only the classiest tattooed and pierced-up ladies has a horror movie coming out. Um, yay? (Agent Bedhead)
Kevin Smith still won't shut up about the whole Southwest Airline thing, with a 24-part YouTube statement about the incident. I'd hate to see what happens when this guy doesn't get enough cherry pieces in his Hostess pie. (Film Drunk)
Jesse James of West Coast Choppers (and Sandra Bullock's husband) was reunited with his dog "Cinnabun" which went missing weeks ago. I ... Think I have something in my eye. (Celebitchy)
For reasons unknown to me, Gary Coleman, an angry, rabid little man, decided to make an appearance on "The Insider." It didn't end exactly the way I expected, by which I mean he somehow refrained from employing fisticuffs. (IBBB)
Since I'm never above promoting my own stuff on other websites, here is my review of Kashi's "Caribbean Carnival" pizza. Spoiler alert! it was gross. (Impulsive Buy)
Tiger Woods is finally going to be making his big public apology tomorrow and -- maybe it's just me -- but I don't exactly understand who of us is owed an apology other than his family. (Yeeeah!)
Lisa Rinna has forbade her daughters from looking at pictures of Heidi Montag because she worries that they might get body issues they wouldn't already have gotten by looking at their own mother. (Litelysalted)
Some conservative website called "Big Hollywood" has issued a "statement" asking Roger Ebert to retract one of his tweets (yes, really) making fun of the term "teabaggers." Hey, you guys picked the identity -- now shut up and live with it. (Deus Ex Malcontent)
Oh hell, why not. Here are seven creative uses for poop. Besides the obvious setting fire to it in a paper bag on a doorstep. (mental floss)
Finally, just a reminder that next Thursday, the 25th, is going to be the Pajiba book club discussion for Lolita. You can get a primer by visiting Yossarian's blog. (This Is Not a Blog)
Now finally, in the spirit of PaEHba Day, here is a song about why it rules to be Canadian:
Pajiba Love brought to you by Stacey Nosek, who can be reached via email here.