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Hemsworth Demoted to Third Best Chris, While Teigen Will Always Be the Best Chrissy

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 24, 2018 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 24, 2018 |


Ok, Oreo, you might need to slow your roll on these new flavors. I mean, not that I’m opposed to trying new things, but there’s texture going on with the new creme flavors? Hmmmmm…. - (IB)

Other Lainey has demoted Chris Hemsworth to Third Best Chris because of his Infinity War premiere outfit, but um, I’m sorry, did she not see his FACE?! Yeah, no, I call shenanigans. I’m moving him to maybe First Best Chris position. - (LG)

But, no question - First Best Chrissy will always be Teigen
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Richard Gere married for the third time and wants to enjoy the “quiet and happy life that [he has] always sought” and also start a family. These two things seem counterintuitive to me when you’re nearly 70, but hey, you do you, Richy. - (Celebitchy)

For many of us, Schoolhouse Rock taught us more about conjuctions and their functions than we ever learned in school. The composer, Bob Dorough, has passed away at the age of 94. He had a very long and interesting life. Those of us of a certain age will always remember him. - (Pitchfork)

In a case of absolute what the fuckery, the accused Waffle House killer had been given $2M bail. This afternoon, that bail was rightfully reVOKED. - (The Root)

NO SPOILERS included and NO ONE POST ANY - our Kristy pleads with Avengers: Infinity War to not kill off Cap. Please. - (SyFy Wire)

This shiny, Art Deco gown on Michelle Monaghan is divine! - (GFY)

Zendaya doesn’t want to be Hollywood’s “Acceptable version” of Black. Princess from The Mary Sue has a lot of thoughts about colorism and how things need to change in Hollywood - (TMS)

Man once bit by rattlesnake survives bear attack and is now bitten by shark. WHY ARE YOU LEAVING YOUR HOUSE?!? - (MSN)

Jenny S is still chewing on Lou Berney’s The Long and Faraway Gone. The novel follows two people impacted by separate tragedies as teens. "The paths they take and the way they intersect is one of the complex joys of this novel, and Berney strikes a masterful balance in revealing some truths but leaving others unknown." What novels have left you thinking long after you were finished reading? (Cannonball Read 10)

Haha, sneaky guide dog is sneaky! - (Dlisted)

I don’t know how to introduce this other than to just say, Nobutwhatthewhythough?

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