GOP Congressman Snaps During Town Hall with Angry Constituents
OK, it feels like there’s a lot going on today, so make sure you take your pee break or get an icy beverage before settling in with today’s Pajiba Love; you may be here awhile.
Depending on your headspace today, this will make you smile or you will need tissues. Could be both. We love you, Princess/General/Carrie; we hope you know.
I guess they bring Kellyanne back out of her cave when Spicy goes off book and says too much stupid shit. Then Kellyanne says some nonsense for a bit and we all laugh, they put her back in her cave with some raw meat, lather, rinse, repeat. (Celebitchy)
LeBron is playing snippets of Kendrick Lamar’s new album DAMN on his Instagram. The album doesn’t drop until tomorrow, so you can get an early listen to get hype (as the kids say) (Vibe)
Sarah over at LaineyGossip has a lot to say about the Fate of the Furious. I want to hug that entire review, but mostly I’m now SOOOO BITTER that they didn’t call it F8 of the Furious! (Lainey)
Longtime Pajiba reader branded sent me this. I think it’s great that kids can just watch a YouTube video and learn to drive. Driver’s Ed was way too long and boring. (Gizmodo)
Pixie Lott is wearing a people suit. She’s covered in people. PIXIE LOTT IS MADE OF PEOPLE. Or something. (GFY)
I don’t watch Survivor anymore, but I did early on and I remember Jeff Varner. Damn, Jeff, that was fucked up. (Dlisted)
Dustin provides a deeper look into the details you may have missed in the Better Call Saul premiere. (Uproxx)
I gangked this from Vermillion over on Facebook - Men are more likely to cite themselves as their own experts. Try not to be shocked, ladies. (WashPost)
Pope Francis has opened a free laundromat for the homeless. I’m like Genny, as she said, “I know there’s still a lot of problems with the messages the Catholic church continues to endorse, but I can’t help but be glad that we have a Pope who seems GENUINELY dedicated to helping the poor and homeless.” (Fast Company)
So, ok, you know how Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn broke up and everyone was all, “Ohhhh goooood, because she’s the WORST” and whatever. Maybe it’s not ALL her. (Lainey)
A Republican Congressman snapped at a town hall after his constituents suggested that he has to represent their interests because they pay his salary. “You say you pay for me to do this? That’s bullcrap,” he said. And yes, it got worse. (The Hill)
Camila Mendes and Lili Reinhart from Riverdale talk about auditions and image, and Lili talks openly about her struggle with depression and speaking out about it (Cosmopolitan)
How many books do you still have from fifth grade? For #LibraryWeek, Cannonball Read maven Mswas takes a look at The Stopping Place by Marden Dahlstedt. This local author signed her Scholastic Book Fair copy back in 1979, and look where Mswas is now. (Cannonball Read 9)
I don’t really have any words to make this any better than it already is. Please to enjoy!
Prudie's response is perfect pic.twitter.com/pCpHF3t4ds— erin mccann (@mccanner) April 13, 2017
This made me do that weird barklaugh thing that scares my cat! H/T Cassie W.
my mom thought furrycon was a pet event and volunteered w our therapy dog 😆 pic.twitter.com/mizlydLxjl— kenny wassus (@kgw) April 8, 2017
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