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Hey, Smith Family, You Know That "Mold Your Child In Your Image" Is Not Meant To Be Taken Literally. Right? RIGHT?!

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | June 9, 2011 |

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | June 9, 2011 |

Summer fast approaches, my lovely loafers. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and I’m thinking of the most harmless thing. Something I loved from my childhood. Something that could never ever possibly destroy us. S’Mores. Summer also means the end of this dad’s year-long endeavor to embarrass his teenager by dressing in a different costume every morning to wave at the school bus. His wife documented the whole affair. I really respect their commitment to offspring humiliation motion. (Wave At The Bus)

I will admit that the aggressively famous Smith offspring make me a little uneasy. A lot of peeps seem to think those kids aren’t alright. I think it’s too early to say, but I do very much respect Jada Pinkett-Smith’s response to criticism. She knows what’s up. (Celebitchy)

I want to make a comment about how these planking prom photo kids aren’t alright, but, if I’m being honest, this is the first instance of planking that has made me laugh out loud. Well played, teenagers, and enjoy explaining that photo to your kids. (Bunny Food)

Speaking of photographic memories, check out this nifty project of a picture from the past taken in the present. (Dear Photograph)

Photo-graphic content ahead! No no, it’s not that Weiner picture. The NYT has put father-to-be Anthony Weiner and his “Repent/Regret/Remorse” face in the context of other abashed politicians. There’s something so eerily similar about these faces…you guys, I’m starting to think that maybe these politicians aren’t sorry at all. (NYT)

You know who will be sorry? This guy who’s trying to make a dinosaur out of a chicken. Um, I think I’ve seen this movie (about eleventy billion times) and it doesn’t end well. Uncleveh boy. (io9)

I’ve also seen this movie. BierceAmbrose alerted me to the fact that scientists have discovered “worms from hell” deep beneath the earth’s surface. JUMP BACK. Sorry, wrong cut of Bacon. GRABOIDS! (Washington Post)

Speaking of Bacon, why don’t you chop some up and put it in your lorem ipsum? Thanks mswas! (Bacon Ipsum)

I’ve been listening all morning, my audacious audiophiles, to this nifty, non-stop stream of every song ever played on NPR’s All Songs Considered. It’s indie-licious. I may now, however, switch over to the free stream of Bon Iver’s new album, it makes me happier than Endless Edges Brownies. (Bon Iver)

I was also happy to read this story about a Spanish contortionist thief who stuffed himself into a suitcase in order to rob other people’s luggage. The best part? Unlike the teeny little lady cotortionist from Micmacs, this dude was six feet tall. That’s crazy. (Fark)

Crazier are these photos of the recent volcanic eruption in Chile. Also, no one told me Mount Doom was in Chile. Don’t believe me? Look at photos # 22, #27 and #32. (The Big Picture)

I’ll tell you what, though, I don’t think that volcano would have had the audacity to erupt after this challenge from the teeniest Who in Whoville. Here is a kindergartner delivering Matt Smith’s monologue from last season’s “Doctor Who” finale. They even got the slightly too short pants right. Adorable. Thanks, Patty O’Green!

Nothing beats a good dressing down. The dressiest in recent memory came from Daniel Day-Lewis in There Will Be Blood. I’ll tell you what, though, this redub takes some of the milk outta that shake. I guess those anger management tapes didn’t take.

Joanna Robinson wants edgeless brownies, a side of bacon and a milkshake. That’s like three parts of the USDA food plate! Brownies count as a grain, yes? Email! Twitter!

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