Apparently, "Famewhore" Is Now A Viable Career Choice
Because apparently people really love watching a famewhoring ex-politician talk about Alaska, Sarah Palin's new show was the most watched premiere ever on TLC with 5 million viewers. Which sort of makes sense, because TLC viewers love clown car vaginas and the mentally ill. But seriously, I hate you all. (Evil Beet)
You know what? Why the hell not, let's throw another Sarah Palin story in here because clearly I want you all to become suicidal today: 'Refudiate' is the Oxford Dictionary's word of the year. Congratulations: you picked a word that was created by accident on Twitter as your word of the year. (Deus Ex Malcontent)
A found footage film from a camera's perspective inside the helmets of three astronauts? And a climax more boneheaded than Skyline? Dark Moon is still in the script stage, but if we boo loud enough, maybe we can kill it before it goes into production. (News in Film)
Having already covered zombies, cops and aliens, Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's next movie is going to be about a post-apocalyptic wasteland. I can totally see this being awesome. (The Flickcast)
So last week, Taylor Momsen pretty much told the world that the only reason she was acting out was because her mom basically sold her into Hollywood child slavery. Well, now we have video proof: a three-year-old Taylor Momsen in a Shake 'N Bake commercial. All of a sudden, those ads took a really dark and depressing turn, didn't they? (popbytes)
After the Eagles thrashed ... thrashed ... the District of Columbia Native Americans last night, Andy Reid had a few words to say, some words that ended with, "How's my ass taste?" (UglyFours)
So apparently some people think that there's a gay subtext in the new Harry Potter trailer between Dumbledore and Harry, and look! They even edited a trailer to make it more apparent. To be honest, I always thought at least one of the twins had to be gay, so the Dumbledore thing? SHOCKED. Shocked I say. (Screen Junkies)
The first images of Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark have arrived and HOLY SHIT. I take back everything bad I said about it; between the gayness of the costumes and the fact that they're fucking catapulting the actors around the stage, this is gonna be fucking sweet. (Topless Robot)
Just because they can at this point, San Francisco is considering banning parents from having their children circumcised. I really couldn't care either way; my parents had mine cut off, and the only downside about it so far is that I can't do scenes that require uncut models. (Zelda Lily)
Oh goodie, Mel Gibson and Oksana Gregorieva are in court now, with Mel saying that Oksana shook their baby and that he only ever hit her with an open palm. I think my soul just threw up a little bit. (Yeeeah!)
Want to make sure your child's next birthday party is as emotionally scarring as humanly possible? Well, have I got the pinata for you ... (Dangerous Minds)
Because dressing up as people who don't exist on days other than Halloween is apparently tons of fun, here are 30 people who take cosplaying waaaaaaaay too seriously. I'm sorry, but when you craft full on wings for yourself, it is time you get an actual hobby. (Unreality)
Here's a look at what would happen if Ikea made instruction manuals for everything. I'm sorry, but is anybody else weirded out by the little Ikea people? WHY ARE YOU SO BOXY?! (College Humor)
Another dog video? Yes, yes it is, because shut up, dogs are cute and I still need to make it up to you guys for the Jurassic Bark reference from yesterday, so let's all watch this amazing dog who can do pretty much everything ever.
Jeremy Feist is a freelance writer, maker of lovin', and an average-everyday-sane-psycho. You can check his NSFW blog here, or email him here. Please include your Pajiba handle in the subject line, because he sucks with names.