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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Won the 'Star Wars' Premiere & Here's What Kim Kardashian's Placenta Looks Like

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 15, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 15, 2015 |

NASA has officially opened the application process for new astronauts. Included in the job description: “Frequent travel.” Thanks, understatement! (USA Jobs)

If you don’t get the astronaut job, apparently you can have a career going into people’s homes and singing them lullabies. It sounds… intimate. (Inverse)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s homemade Yoda costume definitely makes him the coolest kid in school, but my favorite part is how delighted he looks with himself. (Vanity Fair)

Kim Kardashian had her “amazing” placenta made into little purple pills, but you can only read about her experience taking it if you buy her app and oh my god this woman is a self-monetizing evil wily genius. (US)

I feel better about this situation if I choose to believe Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson (RIP) are bring Norman Reedus in together as their third. (Lainey)

I love when people use science to tell me the benefits and power of swearing like a f*cking sailor. And there are a lot! (NYM)

Celebrities, they’re just like us! (In that everyone wants to be Han Solo. Except Topher Grace.)

Watch this on The Scene.

Brittany Howard from Alabama Shakes isn’t someone we see on the red carpet or other photo ops often, but now I wish we would because THAT CAPE. (Go Fug Yourself)

Sorry, grammar purists, the singular “they” is gaining legitimacy. (Mental Floss)

I’ve shared Drennon Davis and Karen Kilgraff’s “The High Song” here before, and now they’re back with a takedown of your stupid tattoos.

I can’t stop watching this gif of Channing Tatum dressed like Beyonce. (BuzzFeed)

Ever read Albert Camus’ The Stranger? Cannonballer ElCicco reviews a new book with a different take on the absurdist tale. "In The Meursault Investigation, Algerian journalist Kamel Daoud imagines the same story as told by the victim’s brother. The result is a powerful and insightful tale of the destructive fruits of colonialism and its aftermath." Will you go back and revisit one of the most widely read novels of the 20th century? (Cannonball Read 7)

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