Jennifer Garner DGAF How Her Divorce Looks
Happy Friday! I hope the mental image of very sexy humans Rihanna and Drake doing sexy things at each other carries you into a sexy weekend. (Lainey)
Earlier this year, Jennifer Garner said she was making a choice to “not give a shit” how her divorce looks from the outside, and she’s sticking to that. (Vanity Fair)
Colton Haynes was never really in the closet, but he sort of halfway came out earlier this year. Now he’s made it official. (Celebitchy)
Snoop Dog says he doesn’t have a will and he doesn’t plan to ever have one. His reasoning seems to boil down to a mix of “I don’t give a fuck when I’m dead. What am I gonna give a fuck about?” and this great Simpsons moment (Business Insider):
Man saves dog saves hummingbird. (DListed)
ETA: Sorry if this link was sending you to the wrong place earlier. It’s now fixed so you can watch ALL THE ANIMALS BE FRIENDS FOREVER.
The Tony nominees’ red carpet looks range from super dapper to head-tilt crazypants. (Go Fug Yourself)
Is anyone else just suddenly REALLY into math?
I’m in love with this David Attenborough bingo game. (The Atlantic)
Is a Cats movie a thing people want to see? (Mashable)
This is upsettingly true: “Six Alternate Cinematic Realities More Desirable Than Trump’s America.” (The Film Experience)
Wrapping up #IReadYA week, Cannonball Read brings you a story about a stuffed tiger and a boy named Calvin. No, it’s not a Calvin and Hobbes anthology, but rather a YA novel about a teenager named Calvin and his trek across Lake Erie to find Bill Watterson. This was Caitlin’s first book of CBR8 - four stars! (Cannonball Read 8)
Have a great weekend, everyone! I don’t know if it can possibly compare to the happiness I imagine this clever girl experiences daily, but that’s something to shoot for.
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