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Chrissy Teigen Won't Tweet About Her Pregnancy Anymore Because the Internet Is Full of Assholes

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 19, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 19, 2015 |

It’s Monday, and you know what that means: a whole bunch of Walking Dead questions. (Uproxx)

Elle Magazine put a bunch of kickass women on their cover this month, but did they have a time limit? Like was this a reality show challenge where they had to shoot 8 covers in an hour? The whole thing looks rushed. (Go Fug Yourself)

The first image from the Ab Fab movie shows us Patsy and Edina as they should be: drunk and on a boat. (THR)

Chrissy Teigen shared a picture of her baby bump, and forgot that that apparently gave the entirety of the internet permission to insult, criticize, and speculate on her life and body. So now she says she won’t do any more pregnancy tweeting. Thanks a lot, jerkwads, you’ve robbed the rest of us of months and months of guaranteed delightful Teigen tweets about babies and bodies and probably boobs too. (People)

Bernie Sanders would like Larry David, SNL, and all the rest of us to know that he has PLENTY of underwear, thank you very much. Ample, even. (OnPolitics)

The hosts of Fox & Friends think Captain America is too critical of American conservatives. They miss the old days when Cap just punched Nazis in the face (and maybe also happened to be white). (Mashable)

Bradley Cooper is pledging to start talking about money more. Specifically, how much he’s making vs. his female costars. He says the pay discrepancies between actors is embarrassing, and it’s hard to argue with him on that one. (Jezebel)

Maybe Matt Damon should make the same pledge, based on how little Jessica Chastain made for The Martian. (Celebitchy)

The first ad for Adele’s new album aired last night in the UK. Here’s 30 seconds of heaven in song form. (Lainey)

Someone snuck some fake costume options into a Halloween store, and I’m really curious to know if anyone tried to buy one. “Rake Face” really doesn’t seem that out of place. (Tumblr)

Why do we insist on tearing down the things teen girls love, often only because it’s teen girls who love them? (MNN)

Milestone achieved! Cannonballer janniethestrange has completed a QUADRUPLE Cannonball! This is the first time in seven years that anyone has reviewed two hundred and eight (that’s right, 208!!) books in a year, and she’s still got two months left in 2015! Get into the Halloween spirit and seriously creep yourself out by reading her 208th review, that of Alectryomancer and Other Weird Tales, by Christopher Slatsky. (Cannonball Read 7)

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