Someone On The Internet Dares Question The Validity Of Ryan Gosling's Abs
I don't know what you got for Chrismafestivus this year, (a leg lamp? a Red Ryder BB gun?) but I know it couldn't possibly top this kid's incredible spaceship bed. (Nerd Approved)
Though they weren't released in time to stuff your stocking, I'm hoping by next year we'll all be messing about with out very own "Breaking Bad" action figures. (WG)
The chicks at Celebitchy are questioning whether the Baby Goose had an ab body double for The Place Beyond The Pines. That's a crazy, stupid suggestion. Here, look for yourself. It's science!! (Buzzfeed)
Someone has mashed up Edward Gorey's Gashlycrumb Tinies with "Doctor Who." Someone has been reading my diary again. (Eat Toast)
Why did no one tell me that Ben Foster and Robin Wright Penn have been dating for a year? A YEAR. (Celebitchy)
I'm sorry to make you feel terrible about your gingerbread creations, but someone made a gingerbread "Downton Abbey." Excuse me while I attempt to bake a Dowagerbread Countess. (Neatorama)
This McSweeney's "Answers To Rhetorical Questions Posed By Movie Titles" killed me. (McSweeney's)
Buzzfeed had a list of 90s celebrities who resurfaced in 2012. (BF)
Including, of course, their king:
Unless I'm completely oblivious and this is some sort of elaborate Christmas prank, Christopher Lee has released a Christmas Heavy Metal album. Yeah, Sir Christopher Lee. As in Saruman. (Radio Times)
Speaking of elder statesman of the acting world, both Jack Klugman and Charles Durning passed away on Monday. A memorial O Brother Where Art Thou viewing may be in order. (WG)
A double dose of Christmas cheer to round out the Pajiba holiday Love today. For those of you who had a sh*tty day, this is for you.
And for those of you who can't get enough, here's Wallace and Gromit et. al. to help you extend your Holiday buzz.