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Candace Cameron Bure Doesn't Know What Words Mean, Says Twitter Trolls Are 'Raping' Her

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 1, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 1, 2015 |

If you’re having trouble finding work as a human, you may be interested in knowing that it’s actually possible (and not that uncommon) to make a living as a full-time professional mermaid or merman. (PRI)

Dustin describes the upcoming season premiere of The Walking Dead as a massive “zombie caper” and now my urge to catch up on this show is maybe growing too strong to ignore. (Uproxx)

Oh Meryl, no. Please, not you too. Once again, people, “feminist” is not a dirty word. It doesn’t mean you don’t like men. It doesn’t mean you don’t like humans. (DListed)

While we’re on the subject of teaching celebrities what words mean (god am I sick of that subject), Candace Cameron Bure says people on Twitter are “raping” her. I know people on the internet can be assholes, and online harassment is a very real thing. But it’s not. The same. As rape. (Celebitchy)

Charlize Theron is NOT pregnant, though this dress really wants us to believe otherwise. (Go Fug Yourself)

This dog makes me feel bad about every single one of my abilities and accomplishments.

Every time the Republican Presidential candidates have a debate (or say anything, really), Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton gets that much more relevant. (The Toast)

Also from the Toast because ‘tis the season for spooky stuff: let’s all plan to retire to the Final Girl Groves Retirement home, where therapy animals are guarded by bulletproof glass and retina scan, and all staff is vetted to make sure they were never the sole survivor of a fire. (The Toast)

Halloween is coming back to theaters for one night only this month. Not on Halloween, though. (Variety)

These body paint cosplays are, for the most part, SFW, but they might melt your brain just a little. (Dorkly)

This woman will be the 11th in her family to wear a 120-year-old wedding dress. I just want to curl up inside one of those sleeves and live there forever. (My Modern Met)

#BannedBooksWeek has Looking for Alaska by John Green on its list of recent frequently challenged YA books. This summer, Malin reviewed this book about a tragedy in a boarding school and said that while it wasn’t her favorite Green novel, she "… can see why dealing with the subject matter is important in a YA book and coming to terms with grief, uncertainty and loss is never an easy topic." Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 7)

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