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Kim Kardashian Shares the Cleavage Secret Literally None of Us Ever Wanted to See

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 17, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 17, 2016 |

Chrissy Teigen had some body shamers all up in her Instagram comments because of course she did. I don’t agree with the advice here to not poke the bear, though. Poking the bear is kind of Teigen’s specialty. (Celebitchy)

Stephen Colbert is maybe finally remembering how to be political. Good. We’ve missed you, Stephen. (Vanity Fair)

Kim Kardashian shared a fairly NSFW picture showing her secret for always having mega-cleavage. It does not seem worth the result. (US)

It’s been roughly a decade and a half since I considered myself a Gwen Stefani fan, but her new live video is INCREDIBLE. (Lainey)

Our own Riley Silverman was on Meltdown With Jonah & Kumail and talked about what it’s like to travel while trans. No one does hilarious horror stories quite like Riley.

The New Yorker went deeper into the inner workings of TMZ than seems sanitary, but the results are pretty fascinating. (New Yorker)

Vince Gilligan is an Easter-egg-dropping wizard. (Uproxx)

The Westminster dog show was last night, and of course Fox & Friends found a way to make it all about Hillary Clinton and misogyny.

This photo of a gay military couple’s wedding kiss gone viral, is really sweet. But I can’t stress enough my recommendation to click through to the suggested article on vintage photos of gay, black GIs. (NewNowNext)

What famous books look like when broken down by punctuation. Yes, it IS as cool as you’re expecting. (Mashable)

Bea Pants had a problem with Ken Follet’s Pillars of the Earth, and Amazon had a problem with Bea Pants. Read the review that was too objectionable for the giant bookseller. (Cannonball Read 8)

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