Yeah, of COURSE Prince Harry found a way to get Margot Robbie’s number. She’s in a relationship, though, so her method of waiting days to text him back isn’t surprising, but it is pretty funny. How many “U up?” texts do you think he’s sent her? (Celebitchy)
Daisy Ridley has left Instagram after she wrote a simple statement about gun violence and people reacted with an unsurprising THE BRITISH ARE COMING. (The Nerdy Bird)
Chrissy Teigen, though, is getting the Taylor Swift option of filtering out negative comments.
Doesn’t it feel like it’s only been about a minute since we all learned about Brock Turner, his rape of an unconscious woman, and the disgustingly lenient sentence given to him? Well, he’s only one month out from his scheduled release from jail. And that judge is still taking it real easy on men who abuse women. Just in case you were maybe starting to forget that everything is garbage. (Lainey)
Kanye said Kanye (always in the third person) has a dream to collaborate with Ikea, to which Ikea responded “um, no thanks.” (DListed)
Hold up— what?? Is Netflix dropping hints about a Gilmore Girls pregnancy? Or is it just festive? (Revelist)
This picture of Michelle Obama playing Got Your Nose with Barack is delightful (and click the link there to see it from the other angle), but I’m even more excited by imagining what she talked about with Matthew Rhys over dinner in the last photo. WHAT’S HAPPENING TO MARTHA, MATTHEW? (Go Fug Yourself)
This La Croix rap (aka “a journey of carbonated water”) is too silly not to share.
Time Warner is expanding its terrible customer service to cover Hulu now, too. (Uproxx)
I KNEW IT! Turns out flossing might not actually do anything at all for the health of your teeth and gums. I demand back the very few cumulative minutes I have spent flossing in my life. (Time)
I know some of you will be kicking yourselves for not knowing the McCall Pattern Company has an Instagram account you should be following. (Jezebel)
Lollygagger loved Jessi Klein when she would appear on Best Week Ever, so when Klein wrote a book, it was perfect for this Cannonballer. "This book is delightful. I might use that word a bit too much, but I don’t care, because that’s the perfect word to describe this book. It’s funny. It’s sweet but not sickeningly so….And the footnotes! Ah, I love a good footnote, and this book is full of them." What other books kill it in the footnote department? (Cannonball Read 8)