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Howard Stern Called Sam Smith an 'Ugly M*ther F**ker' Because Apparently It Really DOES Take One to Know One

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 27, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 27, 2015 |

I can’t bring myself to say anything bad about Lorelei Linklater (mostly because she’s so young, and she’s not trying to be in the spotlight, she was basically born into her role in Boyhood and she nailed it). Therefore I will simply let this outfit speak for itself. (GFY)

While we’re on the subject of fashion travesties, Rebecca has compiled a look back at the worst outfits of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Willow’s hats > Xander’s shirts. (Fashionably Geek)

Chrissy Teigen reminds us of an important culinary lesson: don’t chop jalapeños and then touch your eyes, or face, or… lady parts. Owwwwwwww. (Uproxx)

Kiera Keira Knightley says her name is the result of a spelling error. (Yahoo)

One last bit of awesome out of the SAG Awards: red carpet interviews are almost always just a big uncomfortable mess. For example, when this human blonde mic stand told Rashida Jones she looked tan, and Rashida corrected her with “I’m ethnic.” (Zap2It)

Yesterday, I proposed my own dreamcasting for Emma Watson’s Beauty and the Beast, but I take it all back because this all-Harry Potter casting is perfection. (Vulture)

Howard Stern said some really terrible things about Sam Smith, including calling him an “ugly motherf*cker.” Hmmm… pot, meet kettle. (Celebitchy)

The members of Blink-182 are having a very public feud because apparently no one told them it’s not 1998 anymore and they’re goddamned adults. (DListed)

Poor SkyMall. You probably heard that they declared bankruptcy last week. Let’s send them off with a fitting tribute: a round-up of their most useless, embarrassing, sometimes dangerous products. (Phactual)

There aren’t too many places outside fan fiction where you’ll find Supernatural mentioned in the same breath or sentence as Hamlet. Let alone Aristotle, Karl Marx, Immanuel Kant (who’s a real pissant), or Thomas Aquinas. Or Simone de Beauvoir. Or many other philosophers. But sistercoyote took a look at Supernatural and Philosophy: Metaphysics and Monsters…for Idjits, a book that did a decent job as an introduction to basic concepts in philosophy. Check out her review, if only for the gifs (Cannonball Read 7)

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