I’m tired, y’all. Just so tired. I don’t want to read any more bad things today or look at pictures of smirky Republicans, or men who think jacking off in front of their co-workers is normal workplace behavior, or read about yet another privileged white woman calling the cops because someone dared live while black around her. Can we have ONE piece today with just fluffy bullshit in the article and in the comments? Just a nice place for people to land on a Monday?
Timothee Chalamet and Lily-Rose Depp. Young love is very sweet. Let’s believe in it, ok? - (Lainey)
This is from a year ago, but it’s the only politics I can deal with today. During a political debate, Swedish TV accidentally put the wrong subtitles up - ones from a kid’s show. - (Bored Panda)
It’s like the Fug Girls looked into my SOUL, knew I needed happiness and hats, and gave us a retrospective of Queen Maxima. And her hats. - (GFY)
Oh, my heart! Hannah Gadsby is getting serious? …in a relationship with Jill Soloway! (I was going for wordplay there - it was good, wasn’t it? It was. I think it was. I’m going to say it was. Totes was. My husband just said “They can’t all be winners.” He’s jus jellus.) - (Vulture)
Liam Neeson’s son is changing his last name to “Richardson” to honor his beloved mother. That is SO sweet. (I need a Kleenex.) - (Celebitchy)
Sure, Buzzfeed quizes are stupid, we all know this, but that shouldn’t stop you from taking this one. - (Buzzfeed)
Keep trying, baby girl. Alexa works for YOU!
Speaking of babies, Amy Schumer is pregnant with one! - (People)
Do you remember Baby Wurble? I have zero memory of this… thing. - (Dlisted)
Those of y’all who watch the NFL know that Blake Bortles is real (and terrible, except briefly last season). But a lot of y’all thought that Blake Bortles was made up by The Good Place. (Uproxx)
Leslie Jones live-tweeted The Shape of Water over the weekend. Funny goddamn stuff! - (Twitter)
Riley is smarter than a lot of people I know.
Crystalclear asks, "What are the odds that any prince, let alone a cross-dressing one, could live ‘happily ever after?’" In Jen Wang’s graphic novel, The Prince and the Dressmaker, Prince Sebastian becomes Lady Crystallia with the help of Francis, a dressmaker. Friendship, romance, identity, and the joy of letting your light shine come to a surprisingly cute resolution that isn’t quite a happily ever after. (Cannonball Read 10)
I was already semi-interested in reading Busy Phillips’s book, but now that I know it’s kinda’ gossipy, I’m waaaay interested! - (LG)
Do you live in Salem, Massachusetts? Are you house hunting? Do you want to live in the former home of an accused/condemned witch? Well, I have great news for you! - (Mental Floss)
Let’s end with sweet doggie snuggles.
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