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Kaley Cuoco Joins the Long List of Celebrities Who Think You Can't Be a Feminist If You Like Baking

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 30, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 30, 2014 |

The cast of The Hunger Games did a PSA for Ebola treatment in West Africa. It’s an important video and cause, but I am SO distracted by Josh Hutcherson. Everyone else has Very Serious PSA Face, but Hutch looks like he just tagged along with Jennifer Lawrence uninvited. Someone get the kid some cue cards. (YouTube)

We should start playing Dumb Things Said About Feminism Bingo. Kaley Cuoco gets the center square for saying she’s not a feminist because she likes cooking for her husband too much. Or something. (DListed)

Andrew Garfield’s face exploded in a mess of gross homeless beard fuzz. You just know there are small critters living in there. (Celebitchy)

Play-Doh ruined Christmas for everyone who bought their very veiny penis-shaped cake toy. Wait, ruined? More like made hilarious. (Uproxx)

The Fug Girls are prepping for season five of Downton Abbey with a season four recap. So much snark and hats. (GFY)

Actress Luise Rainer, the first person to ever win two consecutive Oscars, passed away today at the age of 104. (VF)

Few things make me feel more out of touch than video game trailers. I always get hung up on not understanding where they get the budget for a trailer that makes it look like Ridley Scott is directing Playstation games. So yes, I am shouting at this list of the best trailers of 2014 to get off my lawn.(Unreality)

Kim Kardashian says she doesn’t smile or laugh often because it causes wrinkles. Well, at least she has her priorities in order. (Yahoo)

Chances are, your New Year’s Day isn’t going to include any life-changing events. U2 is right on that front. But every once in a while something monumental DOES happen on January 1st. Like these 21 historic events. (Phactual)

"Dear Mrs. Reed, You are a dick." And so begins Narfna’s review of Jane Eyre. Comprised of eight letters to the characters of this classic by Charlotte Brontë, this funny, funny review is par for the course for Narfna. Go check out her reviews, which include judicious use of CAPSLOCK, an exuberant love for books, not to mention Cumberbatch! (Cannonball Read 6)

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