Happy Wolverine Day!
And here's ten mutants after Wolverine who deserve their own movie. (Spout)
Miss Proposition 8 got fake tits right before the Miss USA pageant, because the sanctity of marriage apparently more important than the sanctity of having real titties. (Webster's)
Wondering what Gary Coleman is up to these days? Why, selling scented candles and Amway products, naturally. Seriously though, buy some of his stuff. As of this morning there were only 230 visitors to his site. (HuffPo)
On the heels of Drop Dead Fred, here's the next five bad 80's movie remakes, predicted. (ScreenRant)
Gwyneth's latest GOOP newsletter tells you the perfect spot to get pancakes for the kids and Brandy Alexanders for mom. A friend of mine who subscribes even forwarded it to me yesterday it's so unbelievable. (AgentBedhead)
This is the grossest thing I've seen in ever: A canned whole chicken. It looks like a stillborn animal of some sort. Blergh. (Gizmodo)
Oh, and here's something grosser. Most people can't distinguish pâté from dog food in a blind taste test. What kind of sick fuck would feed someone dog food outside of like, a Captivity movie? (LATimes)
Does anyone actually care about Kirstie Alley's weight gain or weight loss or weight gain? No? Can we just lock in her a cave with a giant rock like they did to Jesus, then? (Yeeeah!)
I'm hesitant to post another Swine Flu-related link after the shitstorm that broke out in the comments the other day, but just so you know, Willow predicted this. (FilmDrunk)
The people at Kashi fail to grasp what the concept of "pizza" is. (ImpulsiveBuy)
Here's a review of that Morrissey Symposium I mentioned last week. Thanks again to Paddydog! (IrishTimes)
Here's the Ad Council's Greatest Hits, which have provided us with some fantastic memes and catchphrases over the years. (mental floss)
Woo! Our own Genny a.k.a. Rusty got to meet Neil Gaiman this week. (Rusty'sVentures)
Some of you are NOT going to like this clip. Which is why I'm blaming Mrs. TK for it. Check out "Pregnant Women are Smug" by Garfunkel and Oates:
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