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Matt Damon Considers 'Daredevil' & Gwyneth Paltrow Thinks Stephen Colbert Should Look Into Anal Bleaching

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 25, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 25, 2015 |

The League is coming to an end (about two seasons too late if you ask me, but no one did, so let’s move on), so let’s look back on all the contributions they’ve added to the English language. (Uproxx)

Diane Kruger totally Von Trapped her picnic blanket, didn’t she? (Go Fug Yourself)

Matt Damon says he would totally be down to do a Daredevil movie. But only if Christopher Nolan directs. He says he was planning to be a part of the 2003 movie but “chickened out.” I wonder how long Ben Affleck stayed mad at him for that one. (

Gwyneth Paltrow wrote a pretty hilarious list of advice for Stephen Colbert’s imagined men’s lifestyle site. Say what you want about Gwyneth (and we do), she knows this business. SO Stephen, if she tells you to write about anal bleaching, DO IT. (Goop)

A crowd of people waiting to glimpse the Pope in New York yesterday got an unpleasant surprise when Donald Trump appeared instead. They did not react kindly. (Gawker)

I remember getting some pretty sweet pieces of plastic junk in my Happy Meals as a kid, but I can’t think of a single one I wouldn’t have traded for a Roald Dahl book. (Guardian)

This is a very happy Friday, indeed! Jonathan Coulton is back with another Portal song, Lego-style. (Mashable)

Noted actor Stephen Tobolowsky would like to give you a hot dose of brilliant critical analysis. The subject: Nicki Minaj’ “Anaconda” video. (YouTube)

We’re all disgusting beings and should be ashamed of ourselves and the clouds of farts and bacteria that surround each of us. (Wired)

Cannonballer Quorren is a huge fan of Frank Turner, HUGE. So not only does her 5-star review of his book, The Road Beneath My Feet, include links to 5 of her favorite songs of his, it includes a great anecdote about getting to meet him after a gig in 2010. Who is Frank Turner, you ask? Check out her review and prepare to be educated. (Cannonball Read 7)

Have a good weekend, everyone! Remember, you are strong. You are mighty.

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