Breaking News and Evacuating Stomachs: Six Women Voluntarily Had Sex with Ted Cruz
The National Enquirer is generally regarded as believable as Weekly World News, but they’re essentially the print version of TMZ—they’re ruthless and get it right a lot. So when they say Ted Cruz has had at least five extramarital affairs, I buy it. I also buy it because Republican politician with a family values focus? OBVS. We literally JUST did this yesterday. (Gawker)
Even better, Breitbart had the scoop and wouldn’t publish it. (The Slot)
Taron Egerton is both the only acceptable person to take over as Han Solo AND can rock a mean ABBA in the cutest video you’ll see all day.
Abba in Aberystwyth. pic.twitter.com/sjZmLwHzWC— Taron Egerton (@TaronEgerton) March 25, 2016
Wedges: the worst shoe. I don’t care how many Jennifer Lawrences wear them or how many of you tell me they’re comfortable, you’re all lying liars and they’re the fuggest of fug. … ahem, no offense though, I’m sure you look totally cute in them. (Lainey Gossip)
The most wonderful beacon of light, JK Rowling, is posting her rejection letters on Twitter to show budding writers that rejection happens to everyone. Because while rejection hurts, the publishing house who said Harry Potter could not be published “with commercial success” probably hurts more. (Guardian)
This happened last week and I didn’t post it then because it has taken me that long to physically process it. Because what happens to a person when they peak at 11 years old? Why does her face not move? HOW DOES ONE FALL SO FAR? Ugh. I need a Cadbury egg. (Dlisted)
The best part of True Detective season one wearing the finest in clown couture. Haus of Jangles. (Go Fug Yourself)
Jenny S reviewed a futuristic graphic novel "…where ‘compliance’ is required of all women and that means conforming to the wishes of men—being passive, agreeable, and of course, thin. Society attempts to correct those who don’t ‘comply’ but those who aren’t able to be ‘saved’ are sent off world—to the titled ‘Bitch Planet.’" A visit to Kelly Sue Deconnick and Valentine De Landro’s Bitch Planet is a kick in the stomach, but in a good way. Heard of this one? (Cannonball Read 8)
Happy Easter, everyone! (The Oatmeal)
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