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By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2018 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2018 |


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Happy Sunday Night/Monday Morning! Also, Happy Earth Day!
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It was also a “holiday” over the weekend - 4/20. One police department had some fun with it. - (Nola.com)

There’s going to be an Elton John biopic. Taron Egerton will play the Rocket Man (not to be confused with Kim Jong Un) now instead of Tom Hardy, who was previously tapped as the lead. - (LG)

Comedy writer James Breakwell has four young daughters and he shares their hilarious conversations on Twitter. I don’t have kids, but if I had a guarantee they’d be this funny, I might be more interested in having some. - (Distractify)

I don’t even know how this got by me, but Madonna has a skincare line? - (Celebitchy)

Shania Twain is already apologizing after saying that she would have voted for Trump if she could have, “even though he was offensive, he seemed honest.” She got a shitton of heat for the statement, and it says something about how toxic Trump is that country musicians are having to distance themselves. (USA Today)


Netflix, you’re killing me - I’m going to be watching 24/7 to keep up with all of the original programming they’ve announced lately. They have a new comedy coming up with IDRIS ELBA as a NANNY! - (BGN)

Speaking of, take a look back at how different Netflix looked when it first started out renting DVDs 20 years ago. - (Quartz)

You guys, James Cameron is totes hoping audiences get sick of The Avengers nonsense soon. Like, there are other movies out there, you know! - (TMS)

How often are moms the one taking pictures of the family, without being in the pictures themselves? How many times are moms forced to take photos at weird angles to get a selfie with themselves and the rest of the family? This is a great piece from a mom about how she wishes she could be in more photos so her kids can look back one day and see her having fun with them. - (Scary Mommy)

Jeez, Taylor Swift has some unusual stalkers! She had the one who thought robbing a bank would impress her earlier this month and now she had one break into her house, take a shower, and then napped! - (Dlisted)

The Queen had her 92nd birthday EXTRAVAGANZA and she wore a fantastic gold shiny dress. I love it! - (GFY)

The OTHER Queen, Bey, and Solange fell onstage at Coachella this weekend, but I’ll be damned if they didn’t look great doing even THAT! - (TV)

Oh, France, gotta love ya. Quorn fashioned to look like bacon really gives me the heebie-jeebies too. (warning: autoplay video) - (The Independent)

WistfulCynic is focusing her Cannonball efforts on books that have lingered on her shelf unread. First up is murder mystery written by a contemporary of Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham. The Fashion in Shrouds, written in 1938, is a well plotted mystery with interesting characters. However, the racist language and pervasive sexism are distracting and appalling enough that WistfulCynic will not be reading any more of Allingham’s books. How do you handle the racism and sexism in older novels? (Cannonball Read 10)

Look at the doggies wearing glasses! They look like little geniuses! - (Cuteness)

As of now, these doughnut bouquets are only available in Australia, I guess, but you can bet your ass that as soon as they’re here, I’m ordering one for my husband’s birthday/our anniversary/to apologize/because it’s a Wednesday…




Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.


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