Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow (In Moderation)
Hey everyone, sorry for yesterday. Unfortunately, Toronto got walloped with a nice little snow storm that downed my internet connection. So, you know, super awesome day. Anyway, onto the Love!
Good news, everyone! Don't Ask, Don't Tell was finally repealed, just in time for Christmas! Thanks Santa! Anyway, here's a quick question and answer piece about how this affects you. (Towleroad)
And as a present to you guys, here's a clip from Black Swan featuring Natalie Portman having angry, lesbian, kinda-NSFWish ballerina sex. It's the gift that keeps on giving, mostly because women can technically have an infinite amount of consecutive orgasms. (Film Drunk)
This was sent in by Lainey Bobainey, so you know it's gonna make your heart swell: A blogger decided to send out $30 gift cards to twenty people who needed help for the holidays. The outpouring of generosity that followed it is nothing short of a damn internet Christmas miracle. Honestly, you need to see it for yourselves. (The Bloggess)
For those of you interested to find out, the results of the 2010 Golden Douchebag Awards are in, and the "winners" have been crowned. (Adult/Entertainer)
In an interview with Newsweek, Jane Lynch and Dan Savage told John McCain to go fuck himself. Don't worry, John, you still have Snooki in your corner! (Popbytes)
I'm not sure how many of you are doing a Secret Santa this year, but if you are, pray that you don't get Simon Cowell as yours, unless you want a ridiculously expensive and insulting gift. (Agent Bedhead)
Oh look, another Supercut! This one is all about the miracle of child birth, and chances are if you have a vagina, it will probably be in sympathy-pain by the end of this. (Screen Junkies)
For any of you philanthropic gamers out there, the second Humble Indie Bundle is out if you want to buy five awesome games for whatever price you want and give to charity at the same time. Although don't be one of those dicks that doesn't even pay $10. Seriously, that's just harsh. (HumbleBundle)
Here are 23 TV episodes based on A Christmas Carol. While some of these are pretty good (specifically, the Xena one), none of them are stop-motion animated, so your argument is invalid. (A.V. Club)
I won't ruin the surprise on this video, except to say that Santa appears in the most awe-inspiring, magical way possible. If this doesn't jingle your bells, nothing will.
Jeremy Feist is Pajiba's resident link slave and dickerdoodle maker. You can email him links here.
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