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This Photo Could Literally Be Eligible for the Cover of an Issue of AARP Magazine

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | February 28, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | February 28, 2019 |


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Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott’s financial mess drama will never not astound me. The two were served legal notice, so this is getting pretty serious. (Celebitchy)

By April 6th, both Paul Rudd and Julia Roberts are eligible to appear on the cover of AARP magazine. Look at this photo and ask yourself how that is possible. (Lainey)

In 1927, French doctors were losing their minds that the world was…GASP!…drinking tea. They called it “teaism” (adorable!) Oh those innocent times, amiright? (Atlas Obscura)

Lady Gaga’s ex-fiancĂ© shaded her on Instagram, and the fact that this is a story is really mostly sad for Lady Gaga’s ex-fiancĂ©, whose only source of fame these days comes from an Instagram like. Oh wait! I’m so sorry! I looked him up. He’s on NBC’s Chicago procedurals … nope. Nevermind. Not taking that back (Dlisted)

JoRo gives you all the details you need about the new GoT posters. (VF)

A fascinating read about a real-life Neal Caffrey. (GQ)

YouTube is pretty much the sewer of the internet, yet here is a list of 50 useful things you can learn by watching their videos. (Mental Floss)

Kate Middleton in all her Beauxbatons finery. (GFY)

Scientists say you can make yeast grow CBD and THC. (Is it me, or is CBD freakin’ errywhere? Soon we’ll have that Forrest Gump shrimp scene but with CBD instead: CBD-kabobs, CBD creole, CBD gumbo…) (Wired)

Financial inequality is damaging our bodies and brains. (Scientific American)

I deeply appreciate this article about Office Vocabulary, which I despise nearly as much as I despise Giordano’s “pizza”. (The Cut)

I guess I’m in a languagey (shut up, it’s totally a word) mood today because I also enjoyed this article on “miracle” babies. (Catapult)

And this article about anxiety lessened my anxiety. So, win? (The New Republic)

This will appeal to roughly .02% of the readership here: what’s going on with Bernie’s campaign. I think it’s a good idea to read up on all the nominees, so here ya go. (Intelligencer)

Both Tori and I are huge velvet aficionados and I’m thrilled at the availability of velvet furniture. (Curbed)

Are you excited about the upcoming Amazon/BBC Good Omens miniseries? Are you planning to read or reread the Neil Gaiman/Terry Pratchett book before the show airs? Then consider joining in on the first CannonBookClub of the year. Cannonball Read is discussing the book May 17 & 18 and then the show June 14 & 15. You don’t have to registered for Cannonball Read 11 to join the discussion. So, what say you? Are you in? (Cannonball Read 11)



Ursula is a Staff Contributor for Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.



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