Dead Horse, Meet Stick
Tori Spelling and Candy Spelling are at it again. Can’t these two just settle their grievances the old fashioned way? With mud wrestling? (Webster’s)
Does anyone remember the made-for-TV movie V back in the early 80’s? I was too young to remember, but I think I saw it on VH1’s “I Love the 80’s.” At any rate, ABC is adapting a series out of it. Because, of course they are. (Frothy Girlz)
Twilight vs. Teen Witch? Is that even a contest? (Atomic Popcorn)
This new invention called a “cuchini” safely disguises the camel toe making it safe for bikini wearing once again. Thanks, Christina! (Buzzfeed)
Yay! Anna Chulumsky from My Girl is back, and she’s all like an educated, well-adjusted adult now doing political comedies. (Screen Junkies)
And on the other end of the spectrum, Kendra Wilkinson is writing a book. Yes, a book. Is she even literate? (Warming Glow)
Aww, this is actually kind of really sad. That spastically tragic girl from “American Idol,” who I’m somehow familiar with despite not watching the show, was hit by a car and killed this weekend. (Superior Gossip)
Thanks to ScienceGeek, here are the ten types of angry internet commenters, as demonstrated by a post making fun of Warcraft nerds. When Warcraft nerds are involved, you know it’s gotta be good. (Cracked)
How much ass can you kick on this 80’s cartoon quiz? (mental floss)
For any fans of The Impulsive Buy, Marvo is now doing podcasts so you can finally catch a glimpse of the man behind the spam. (Impulsive Buy)
It’s one thing for magazine cover girls to promote unrealistic body standards, but what about when cartoon characters do the same thing? It’s pretty bad when a Barbie doll starts to look healthy in comparison. (Zelda Lily)
Since this edition of Pajiba Love is all vadged out today anyway, here’s a music video which seems like what Joan Osbourne might have sounded like if she sang about her huge vagina instead of God or whatever. Thanks to eppendork!
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