Pajiba Love: The Next Generation: Lena Dunham Will Change the Way You Think About Dental Hygiene
As JoRo alluded to last Friday, changes have arrived to Pajiba Love. The thing about PL is, it's a lot of fun to put together every once in a while, but on a daily basis? That much Internet exposure has been known to cause mild birth defects and the jitters. Therefore, henceforth, Pajiba Love will be a collective effort by the Pajiba staff. Each day, one of your overlords will take the reins, which means that Pajiba Love will be slightly schizophrenic. But, what we lose in JoRo's daily dose of cleverness, we gain in variety of links, plus it gives you all the opportunity to yell at someone different EVERY DAY.
You can start by yelling at me.
GQ has named Britain's 50 Best Dressed Men, and while I like that they've acknowledged Matt Smith, I'm a little upset that flannel and sweatpants have gone unappreciated again. (GQ)
It's going to be an outstanding month for television, and here's the 10 most anticipated new and returning shows of the month, plus their return dates, should you need to program your DVRs. (Uproxx)
Before Warwick Davis became an obnoxious mini Ricky Gervais, he was ADORABLE on the set of Return of the Jedi with Carrie Fisher.
EW identiifies 15 future cult movies from 2012: Cabin in the Woods: YES! The Three Stooges? Are you f**king kidding me? (EW)
Is it me, or does it look like Jessica Chastain's head has been CGI'd onto another body, Death-Becomes-Her style in the cover of this month's In Style?
Lena Dunham, who is pretty much the best thing to ever happen to over-privileged twenty year old brats, gets the Terry Richardson treatment, and she uses it as an opportunity to demonstrate great dental hygiene. Take note, hipsters. (Celebitchy)
Apparently, if you put Neil Patrick Harris in your Super Bowl ad, the evangelicals will accuse you of mocking Tim Tebow and Christian values, because NPH is gay, and OBVIOUSLY. (Towelrod)
I spotted this over on FB on Katie's timeline: These 3D character cooks look so cool that I wouldn't eat them but for the fact that they are cake and I would never let a cake go uneaten because that would be unAmerican. (Cake Wrecks)
Over on Vulture, Walton Goggins talks bad guy roles, which suddenly makes me want to see him in a sweet romantic comedy, maybe opposite Renee Zellwegger (what happened to her?), just so I could see what that looks like. (Vulture)
Oscar nominations will be announced on Thursday, and of the two announcers, one is worth waking up early for, while the other is reason to never wake up again. (Salon)
Christopher Campbell asks, "How comfortable do we really need to be at the movies?" Ottomans, people. Is that too much to ask for? (Rejects)
You gotta see this image: A drunk and disorderly man was subdued and TAPED TO HIS SEAT after he got out of hand on a flight from Iceland to JFK. (Andy Ellwood)
Tarantino fans will appreciate this fantastic collection of behind-the-scenes images from Pulp Fiction. (Unreality)
You may have already seen this, but I don't care: When someone dances like no one cares at LAX, how can everyone else look on so disinterested? ARE YOU PEOPLE SO JADED?
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