Ted Cruz For Human President is my new favorite thing on the internet. (TCFHM)
Lena Dunham said she’d rather kill herself than live as a man, which is one hell of a headline for the Brietbarts of the world to run with, but her actual statement is pretty beautiful. She has some great things to say about what a fascinating and challenging and exciting time this is to be a woman. Also, that was clearly a joke. Still, bring on the outrage! (NYM)
John Boehner is a gossip-fueled diva. (Celebitchy)
Shia LaBeouf left a voicemail for the guy who got beat up for looking like Shia LaBeouf. He wanted to apologize and talk and ‘giggle’ and maybe find a silver lining. (DListed)
Chadwick Boseman is charming as hell. (Lainey)
Turns out the history of the word Caucasian is really goddamn racist.
Do you ever forget what you’re doing as soon as you enter a room? Of course you do. That makes you feel like a huge dummy with a broken brain, right? Science is here to make you feel better about that. Thanks, science. (Mental Floss)
Rachel Bloom wants a Crazy Ex-Girlfriend crossover with The Flash and a porn parody. I think we’d all be down with both, right? (Inverse)
STOP EVERYTHING. C.J. CREGG RETURNED TO THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY.
Allison Janney takes over White House press briefing as character 'C. J. Cregg' from 'The West Wing.' https://t.co/jdDgMDQbm5— ABC News (@ABC) April 29, 2016
Dustin swears this season of Fear the Walking Dead is way better than the last. STOP TRYING TO GET ME TO WATCH THIS SHOW, DUSTIN. I’m worried I’m going to cave soon. (Uproxx)
I love this piece on what “revolution” actually looks like, in the context of Bernie Sanders and young voters. It’s not necessarily about overthrowing all existing systems (although that sounds nice, too), it’s about getting young people involved in the process. (Salon)
Though I guess flipping police cars and doing donuts at a Trump rally also looks like a revolution? Like a really fucking stupid and dangerous kind of revolution? (NYDN)
Who would you consider the greatest Romance heroine of all time? Of. All. Time? For Cannonballer Ellepkay, it’s Venetia Lanion in Georgette Heyer’s Venetia. She just recently read this book, billed as a "clean romance" upon publication in 1958 and wishes she’d gotten to it sooner. "If I wasn’t clear enough - RUN out and read this book. It is marvelous!" (Cannonball Read 8)
Happy Friday! I wish you many sliding pandas this weekend.