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Jennifer Garner Is Kicking Ben Affleck's Ass In the Battle of The Manufactured Divorce Narrative

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 5, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 5, 2015 |

Looking for a Netflix show to binge? You have to know by now that Dustin is ALWAYS the person to go to for that, right? (Uproxx)

The Fug Girls called this horrific Kate Mara outfit a “walking Valentine to vaginal lips” and now I need to go lie down for a while because nothing has ever been or will be more accurate. (Go Fug Yourself)

The Senate GOP learned the hard way: If you act like obsolete idiot misogynistic blowhards in front of Elizabeth Warren, she WILL embarrass the shit out of you. (Salon)

When you play the gossip/paparazzi game as hard as Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck always have, your whole life becomes a tabloid narrative (that you help create). And right now, in the battle of “supermom” v. scumbag, Jennifer Garner is hands-down winning this divorce. (Lainey)

In case you missed it yesterday, Idris Elba is the first man to grace the cover of Maxim (at least without women also present). Elba’s sexiness will not conform to your gender constraints, Maxim! (Celebitchy)

Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham are living the BFF dream. They’ve managed to make a kickass TV show out of their awesome friendship. Do any of you watch Playing House? I feel a binge may be necessary. (Vanity Fair)

Here are 37 interesting tidbits from the Gone Girl commentary. Because you probably didn’t want to dedicate a few hours of your life to watching it yourself, but still want to read about David Fincher telling us to go f*ck ourselve, right? (Film School Rejects)

What if Seinfeld was a Breaking Bad prequel? Whatley! (AV Club)

This moldy Twinkie makes me rethink my entire apocalypse survival plan. It was, indeed, Twinkie-based. (Gothamist)

Cannonballer narfna gives 4 stars to Ernest Cline’s new book, Armada. However "….If you’re looking to recreate the singular reading experience you had with Ready Player One, to recapture that same magical feeling of wonder and awesomeness, you’re going to be disappointed with this book." But don’t be alarmed "[Cline] still writes fun, nerdy stories like no one else in the business right now," and narfna will read anything he sees fit to write. (Cannonball Read 7)

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