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Joe Biden Inexplicably Calls a N.H. Voter a ‘Lying, Dog-Faced Pony Soldier’

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2020 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2020 |


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Happy Monday, gang! Pajiba Love is going to be kind of sparse and lacking my usual lengthy blurbs - it’s really difficult to find anything that isn’t Academy Awards-related, and I’m running later than normal so I need to be brief.

Tyler Perry didn’t get nominated for any Oscars this year, but the Razzies have him covered. - (The Root)

The internet thinks Ray Romano is sexy now. - (Lainey)

This is from last week, but it’s still relevant: Kim K. thinks her youngest baby is her reincarnated father. - (Celebitchy)

Cindy Crawford’s model son tattooed his face and, you guys, he’s baffled by the negative response. - (Dlisted)

How is it possible that in 2020 male sports analysts still think they’re being cute by referring to female gymnasts (or any female athlete) as if they’re eye candy? - (Yahoo Sports)

During a campaign event, Joe Biden bizarrely called a voter a ‘Lying, Dog-Faced Pony Soldier.’ Weirder still, it’s not the first time he’s used that insult. Even weirder? He claims it comes from a John Wayne movie, but no such movie seems to exist. — (Guardian)

I’m not really sure what this means, but if it means alien life is out there? Can it come here and save us from this timeline? - (Gizmodo)

Why these proud, smug assholes cover their faces, I have no idea. I mean, if they think they’re so right and so smart, shouldn’t they be willing to put their faces and names behind their ignorant beliefs? - (Reuters)

Other than a stupid word, what is “Valentighting”? - (R29)

Kristy explored how Harley Quinn has evolved from Suicide Squad to Birds of Prey. (Crooked Marquee)

I have never ever needed or wanted a Funko Pop figure more. - (BP)

ElCicco knew that she would end up watching The Witcher on Netflix because her husband is a big fan of the books and the games. She enjoyed the show and decided to read the first book, Andrzej Sapokowski’s The Last Wish. "As I read through the stories, one thing that struck me was how most of them are riffs on or homages to fairy tales we all know." Have you watched The Witcher, played the games, or read the books? (Cannonball Read 12)



Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.




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