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It Feels Good to Know That, In a Pinch, Tom Hiddleston Will Pee On a Friend In Need

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 29, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 29, 2016 |

IMPORTANT: A unicorn was on the loose in California last week. (Time)

That whole peeing-on-a-jellyfish-sting thing supposedly doesn’t actually work (thanks for the lies, Friends), but that won’t stop Tom Hiddleston from giving it a shot. (Celebitchy)

Patricia Arquette says she’s lost out on at least two acting jobs because of her acceptance speech at last year’s Oscars, when she spoke out against gender-based pay inequalities. (Jezebel)

A tip for any company’s social media person doing red carpet coverage on a night when diversity and inclusion is the #1 issue: maybe make sure you can tell black people apart. Just a thought. (Lainey)

In Sam Smith’s acceptance speech last night, he misquoted a recent Ian McKellen interview and thought he might be the first openly gay man to win an Oscar. He’s not, but it sure would be nice if his mistake were a bit further from the truth. (Vanity Fair)

The Walking Dead sure does love foreshadowing a certain giant murder from the comics. Are we going to get what we’re expecting or will this be that “hard left turn” we’ve been hearing about? (Uproxx)

When robots write poetry. (The Kernel)

Speaking of, check out Carrie Fisher’s robot support group. (Mary Sue.)

The "radiant and heartwarming" Brooklyn didn’t win any Oscars last night, but Cannonballer Modern Love is still recommending Colm Toibin’s book. "This is a gem of a little book and I’m so glad I bought it." What’s your favorite movie adaptation of a book you loved? (Cannonball Read 8)

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