If you’re looking for something to help with your Holiday hangovers, here’s a remedy I’d never heard of. Bonus? It’ll make you smell absolutely delightful. (io9)
One of the most hauntingly great children’s books ever, The Giver, is finally being made into a film. And in the lead? Well just about exactly who you would expect. (FSR)
Did anyone get these Labyrinth knocker earrings in their stockings? What was that you said? SPEAK UP. (Neatorama)
Vulture has a rather long piece on why the Romantic Comedy genre has been suffering at the box office. How about this, Vulture? They’re all utter shite now. Seeing When Harry Met Sally compared to The Five Year Engagement nearly made my head fall off. (Vulture)
Odd but fascinating story on the “sworn virgins” of Albania. Apparently in the Balkans some women can choose to dress and live like a man for the rest of her life if they swear off sex. Awww, American lesbians, isn’t it nice to know you can lumberjack it up and still get some? (Laughing Squid)
Top Tenz has a round-up of the weirdest fashion trends from around the world and, with all due deference to various cultures, this Mexican footwear is just the boot tip of the WTF-berg. (Top Tenz)
Completely lacking any deference or respect to other cultures? This “Make Me Asian” app. Yeah. This is a thing. (ABL)
Flavorpill has the 30 Most Anticipated Books of 2013. That’s right, Cannonball Readers, new Neil Gaiman!!! (Flavorpill)
If you haven’t seen Django Unchained yet, cold comfort yourself with this round-up of highly quotable Tarantino gifs. Ah, Fassbender, that’s when you first winked your way into my heart. (Uproxx)
Pajiba fav Kate Winslet got married over the weekend and Leo walked her down the aisle. Awwwwwww. (People)
Even more awwwww-ful is this photo of Channing Tatum snuggling his wife’s baby bump. (Life&Style)
And, finally, to tip you over into saccharine territory, here’s a fun gallery of the photos Norman Rockwell based him most famous paintings on. (NPR)
Here are those buckets of Hiddleston love I promised you.
For the cheap, homebodies among you, here’s a mash-up of all the movies you didn’t get around to seeing in the theater this year.
And, finally, to get the last bah-humbugs out of your system, here’s everything that’s wrong with The Dark Knight Rises in under three minutes.