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'Jeopardy' Delivers Its First Ever Tear-Jerking Moment

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | November 11, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | November 11, 2019 |


Maybe it’s just a “me” thing, but I am amazed at the confident way Tracee Ellis Ross just swipes that matte red lipstick right across her lips. I am the biggest baby about applying red. I do it so slowly and painstakingly carefully. Not T-Ross. She has this down and I am in awe! I would gladly watch her just put on makeup every day. - (Lainey)

This dude is suing Madonna because her concert starts too late, at, like, 10:30, and he planned to be in bed by 9:45 - 10, at the latest. - (Dlisted)

But also this is me, so I get it.


I couldn’t agree more with Kristy who said, “I wish all Q&As could be as thoughtful as this one with Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge” - (The Guardian)

I don’t think Jeopardy has ever brought me to tears before today.

When Idiocracy turns on number one son. This just warms my heart cockles. - (The Root)

Trump himself was greeted just as warmly by the citizens of New York City today at the Veterans Day parade. - (Yahoo)

There were, of course, your basic black outfits and some pinks and oranges, but I really liked that a couple of Iris van Herpen designs showed up at the People’s Choice Awards. - (GFY)

Imagine living in Michigan AND not having enough alcohol available to drink! (As an Ohio girl, I can say this. In fact, I think I’m contractually obligated to.) - (The Takeout)

This link is 100% just an excuse to post pictures of Keanu and Dame Helen Mirren. Any objections? I didn’t think so. - (Celebitchy)

If preparing a turkey for Thanksgiving stresses you out, you could just have some Pringles instead. - (TIB)

Wow, time flies!

Happy 97th birthday, Kurt Vonnegut! Jeverett15 started reading Vonnegut as a teen (as one does) and loved him uncritically. Mother Night was one of his favorite books. As an adult, "I can see that the story is over the top and the writing kind of clunky. I can see that there are no complex female or minority characters." But Vonnegut’s name still comes to mind when he is asked about favorite authors. Which favorite authors have survived your transition to adulthood? (Cannonball Read 11)

Kate brought us this “very important news for all the good boys and girls out there” - (People)

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