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Timberlake Continues To Be The Most Astonishingly Classy Player In The Hollywood Game

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | June 15, 2011 | Comments ()


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As you've no doubt heard by now, my rambunctious readers, Samuel L. Jackson has recorded the audiobook for that insta-classic "Go The F*ck To Sleep." You can download the whole thing from Audible for free. I might play it to my nephew today if he screams during naptime. Great aunt or greatest aunt? (Audible)

I'm loving these superhero hoodies but I'm not loving the bizarre shiny parts. I don't need my clothing to look like it's made from duct tape, the tears in my jeans make me look homeless enough. (Think Geek)

Speaking of shiny superheroes, wasn't Fassbender tremendous in X-Men? Now now, don't get fassbent out of shape, I know he's not really a "superhero." Check out this fantastic rendering of a toddler Magneto (now with less Nazi persecution). That's very good, Erik, now go the f*ck to sleep. (Cool Vibe)

Speaking of ze Germans, here are 10 Global Businesses that collaborated with the Nazis (or "gnat-seas" if you're doing an inglorious Brad Pitt impersonation). Et tu, Nestle? (Business Pundit)

While we're talking evil, check out this list of the 10 Most Diabolical Fish On Earth. (Environmental Graffiti)

I mostly included that list because it makes excellent use of the word "diabolical." Everyone knows, however, that when it comes to diabolical, nothing in the water beats a cephalopod. (I actually only learned this last night.) Watch this video of an octopus coming to blows with a shark. It's terrifying. TERRIFYING! (National Geographic)

In the realm of terrifying, how terrified would you be if you found out some dudes were planning to kidnap you. . . and they brought swords. Poor Joss Stone. After that, I would never be able to go the f*ck to sleep. (Celebitchy)

Death by sword was a rather ho-hum way to go back in the Tudor era. But check out these 10 Strange Ways Tudors Died. Death by maypole? I love you, internet. (BBC)

Someone here loves their internet to bits and pieces. Well, I guess it's their computer. They loved their computer's bits and pieces so much they built an entire room out of PC parts. Now, if you click on this link, beware that the 3D rendering of the room is super disorienting and there are strange, creepy sound effects (I heartily endorse a good muting). But other than that, it's auuuushome. (Instalacja)

Doesn't "a good muting" sound like it ought to be a sex act? Can we pretend it is? For someone who's always muting around, Justin Timberlake somehow seems to come out clean. Here he is in an interview for Playboy saying nothing but nice and classy things about his ex-ladyfriends. Timberfake? Maybe. But he's got my vote. (Evil Beet)

Speaking of the Timbersnake, I still think The Social Network deserved the Best Picture Oscar last year. I'm more than a little curious to see how the nomination process will shake out this year now that they've changed the rules. . .AGAIN. (The Film Experience)

I, for one, hope David Fincher's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo makes it into the pack. I love me some Fincher. Here are some alternate Fight Club posters for you to ogle (I've always loved that Jerod Gibson series). Then check out this tribute to Fincher's body of work. Warning, if you're at the office, this video has Helena, her Bonham AND her Carters. NSFW.

DAVID FINCHER - Tribute from FilmFreaks on Vimeo.

Finally, my macho men and girlie girls, here's an adorable recruitment film for the Toronto Gay Rugby league. It's scrum-ptious.

Joanna Robinson apologizes for the scrum pun. She admits she has a problem. Now, you know what? Go the f*ck to sleep.


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