Not the Bees!
Ask Jeeves released a list of their most frequent internet queries for 2009 with predictably hilarious results. (Agent Bedhead)
Todd Phillips, director of The Hangover, attempts to justify the sequel which will almost definitely be a pile of guano. Yeah, nice try asshole. (Screen Junkies)
What a surprise, some naked model got naked for PETA. At this point, I would be more shocked if someone represented PETA with all their clothes on. (Litelysalted)
HOLY COW! Meredith Baxter, "Family Ties" matriarch and star of countless Lifetime movies about women who are abused/alcoholics/junkies/stalked/etc., has come out of the closet at age 62. (Celebitchy)
Huh. I never thought that one single product could so adequately sum up everything that's wrong with America, but there you go. (Warming Glow)
George Clooney has a new girlfriend, and fortunately this one doesn't share a name with any Pajibans, that I know of. (Superior Gossip)
Nothing warms my cold little heart like smart alec-ey people openly mocking homophobic protesters right to their stupid bigoted faces. (ASWOBA)
Some Twilight fan created a website called "My Life is Twilight" because, of course they did. No further commentary needed. (Film Drunk)
Hey, it's everybody's favorite time of the week -- in addition to "No Whining Wednesday" it's time for another exciting edition of Harriet Carter Wednesday. For people who like to imagine that their morning coffee is diarrhea water! (IBBB)
Corey Feldman's divorce proceedings are already going, uhm, predictably sour. (Thundersquee!)
If you simply can't wait three more weeks for the opening of Sherlock Holmes you can now have the next best thing: Sherlock Holmes-themed taquitos from your neighborhood 7-11 store. (The Playlist)
Ooh. Anyone remember those M.U.S.C.L.E. figures from the '80s? I loved those things. And here are the batshit weirdest ones. (Topless Robot)
I didn't post anything about Tiger Woods today, because celebrity scandals are fun for like a day until they become all-encompassing media dead weights. So instead I'll just let this Chinese news outlet do the job:
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