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'Making a Murderer's' Steven Avery Is Getting Married to an Actual Human Woman

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 26, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 26, 2016 |

It’s Monday. Blech. Here are a bunch of pictures of Idris Elba to start things off on the right note. (Lainey)

You know how kids’ Halloween costumes often have the character’s face or name emblazoned on them? Like, Batman’s outfit doesn’t generally have his own face on the chest, but the Halloween version does. This is the Billy Idol version of that. (Go Fug Yourself)

Steven Avery got engaged and it’s created a shitstorm of drama with HEAVY side eye coming from online message boards. And from his family. And pretty much everyone reading this. (DListed)

Why don’t we talk more about James Marsden? He’s the absolute best. Proof: he says words like “Golly gee, I’m milquetoast!” Because he knows his brand. (Celebitchy)

The daughter of a man born into slavery just opened the first national Black history museum. A useful reminder that 1. slavery ended a proportional minute ago in the U.S. and 2. we apparently didn’t have a national Black history museum until now. (HuffPo)

Some day questions like these won’t even be asked anymore right? “Do women need to talk like men to be taken seriously?” (Washingtonian)

There’s now a searchable database of all of Trump’s tweets. It’s the most depressing rabbit hole you can fall down today. I don’t exactly recommend it. (Esquire)

How many of you people watch Once Upon a Time? I don’t think I knew it was quite this level of insanity. (Revelist)

If you watch You’re the Worst (and you DO, right?), you know the bit about Gretchen not washing her legs in the shower, and that Jimmy is disgusted by this. Apparently this is a thing that other humans do— or don’t do, I suppose. Is this common? Please tell me all of you wash your legs in the shower. Please? (Jezebel)

To celebrate #BannedBooksWeek, Cannonball Read brings you Malin’s review of the most frequently banned book on the American Library Association’s 2015 list. Challenged for offensive language and sexual explicitness, Looking for Alaska by John Green got a good CBR8 review. "Green writes wonderful teenage friendships, and this book is no exception." What’s your favorite banned book? (Cannonball Read 8)

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