Slept Through The Wedding. . .What Did I Miss? Oh Sweet Sassy Molassy.
But, no matter what you show me, this right here, this will forever be my favorite Royal Wedding image.
But, my little buttercups, when it comes to rocking the ridiculously oversized hats, no one does it quite like these hombres. (Empire)
Have you seen this Better Book Titles tumblr? More like "James And The Giant Bitches" amirite? Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge totally got what was coming to them. (Better Book Titles)
You want more from the mixed up files of literary greatness? Here is "The Jersey Shore" done in the manner of Oscar Wilde. "An Ideal Ho-bag?" "The Importance of Being Fur-less?" That's a waxing joke. . .NEVERMIND. (Adweek)
Speaking of STDs (oh yes we were), the lovely Sara H. sent me these olde-timey Heath Posters. Is it wrong that I want read "The Further Adventures of Condoman?" (Rumpus)
In less ADULT superhero news, check out this awesome hero-themed kids room. The theme of my childhood room was "Don't Touch The Walls." Not as fun. (I Am Momma Hear Me Roar)
Internal organs are so hot right now. Well, maybe not, but Google has released a new app called Google Body. I'll be honest, I don't really know the purpose of this app (probably some sort of medical/educational/zzzzzzzz). Maybe it's for folks who are into super creepy Robert Zemekis-style pornography? If you are, please don't tell me. (Google Body)
So, did anyone actually read "Game of Thrones" for the sex? There's a lot of sex, my little white-walkers. As for me, I'm sort of intrigued by the medieval food pornography. That's right, you heard me, ales and quails and hares, oh my. Check out this "Game of Thrones" food blog, and tell me you didn't drool a little. MEAD! (I Am The Crossroads)
In the words of jM, this "Community" promo is sort of like the "Lost"/"Deadwood"/"Community" mash-up I never knew I always wanted. I'll add a dash of "Justified" too. We've missed you, Sawyer.
Finally, my Gwarmongers, I don't know how many of you are into metal. The whole scene is a little rough and tumble for my taste. I did, however, get a huge kick out of this metal singer and his warm up exercises. It starts out sort of Tim Taylor-ish, progresses to squawking eaglet and finishes somewhere around Animal on a sugar high. Enjoy.