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Doesn't Tilda Swinton Know Not to F*ck With 'Harry Potter' Fans?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 1, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 1, 2016 |

Tilda Swinton is making her hate of Hogwarts and Harry Potter known. She has some totally valid reasons, but still, that is one super-devoted fanbase you probably don’t want to piss off. (Celebitchy)

Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper are reportedly having a baby which is, I mean, fine? Good for them. But what I’m stuck on is how a woman blends in on a Victoria’s Secret runway when 5 months pregnant. A high-waisted garter belt is not meant to hide a baby bump. This is next-level supermodel magic. (Lainey)

Speaking of…

Raise your hand if you've told Leo you're on the pill.

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If you’re getting tired of the Walking Dead, you’re not alone. (Uproxx)

8,500 commenters were polled on why they do the things they do, which would maybe be more useful if people who act as trolls had any sort of insight into their own motivations. (FiveThirtyEight)

You know what they say, the couple that dresses up in gorilla and monster costumes to troll the Wildlife Police together, stays together. (Motherboard)

This biggest thing wrong with literally every outfit I’ve ever word is that none of them included Justin Trudeau’s face. (Ottawa Citizen)

Mike Pence’s new neighbors found a great way to silently let him know they think he’s a horrible human with garbage values. (I may be projecting a little.) (Daily Dot)

Cleanse the Pence from your brain with these stunning wildlife photos. They’re mostly just cute and beautiful, with only one or two that will make you despondently reflect on the futility of mortality, promise. (BBC)

Tens of thousands of fans showed up to pay tribute to the Brazilian Chapecoense soccer team following the tragic plane crash that killed nearly every member earlier this week. (Al Jazeera)

It’s here! #CannonBookClub day is here, and folks are talking about Alexandre Dumas’ classic tale of revenge, The Count of Monte Cristo - in books AND film. Join them over on the Cannonball Read group blog and in their facebook group. Book club maven, faintingviolet, asks, "Is Edmond Dantès’ quest for vengeance morally just? Can vengeance ever stand in for justice?" Well, what do you think? (Cannonball Read 8)

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