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I Really Hope This Photo Is Just Dany And Jon Checking Their Christmas Lights Display

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | April 25, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | April 25, 2019 |


GoT 8x3 photos are in and … yeah, you’ve already clicked over. (EW)

Do you have a friend from childhood that you occasionally google to see what they’re up to? This is a story about that. Just much, much darker. (Wired)

Endgame starts today, and we’ve got GoT this Sunday, so this seems like a particularly bad weekend to release Bond news, no? (Lainey Gossip)

I am not a lawyer but I think it’s, uhm, not a very good strategy to just, like, not show up for court when you’re involved in one of the most public lawsuits of the time. (Dlisted)

Now that I’ve sat with this article for a while, I have to say that if you consider the idea that America was founded on cults, it sort of explains the nuttiness of this country, right? (The New Yorker)

This is a really great article about how the Incel community grew. (Vox)

I regret to inform you that Pixar has obtained A God-like creation device and they are now busy assembling new species. How else would you explain this crab with a lobster shell, a shrimp mouth, and soccer ball eyes? (Live Science)

How long can you go without picking up your phone? (The New Yorker)

I quote 13 Going On 30 all the time (thirty and flirty and thriving!) and even I didn’t remember that Brie Larson was also in this. So I totally forgive Mark Ruffalo for his memory lapse. Arrivederci! (The Cut)

When Silicon Valley goes after Kansas schools. (NYTimes)

I will admit, I am too interested in all the gossip about Prince William cheating. This tidbit about the rumor mill going into overdrive the moment he left England to visit New Zealand only piques my interest. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of, sort of, Dutchess Kate and Prince Harry were nothing but smiles today. (GFY)

House Democrats’ Shameful Abdication of Duty”. AHEM. (The New Republic)

Schools, bastions of morality, equality, and undisputably fair and reasonable dress codes (/s) are now setting dress codes for parents. (Buzzfeed)

Let me tell you, this “What Your Zodiac Sign Says About How You Like to Have Sex” is 100% wrong about me and I will leave it at that. (Teen Vogue)

Not everyone thinks Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens lives up to its potential. Lisa Bee thought it started strong but then sort of fizzled. "This fun tone managed to continue throughout the novel, yet the second half really fell short for me personally after such a strong beginning." Even if you didn’t think Good Omens was all that and a bag of chips, the #CannonBookClub wants to hear all of your opinions on May 17 & 18. What book has prompted the best discussion in your book club? (Cannonball Read 11)

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