Happy Halloween, everybody! I wish you all the Babadooks you could ever want. (Daily Dot)
Here are the worst celebrity outfits of October, displayed to make you feel better about all of your life choices this month. (Go Fug Yourself)
Can any Suits fans give an opinion on Meghan Markle reportedly being a thing with Prince Harry? I want an opinion and I have none, so I’ll take yours. (Lainey)
Remember when Michael Douglas said he got tongue cancer from giving too much oral sex? Turns out that was only the second most inappropriate thing he’d ever say about the disease. Because he just took it upon himself to tell an audience of people about Val Kilmer’s struggles with oral cancer. (And yes, I do feel icky even talking about the health issues someone wanted to keep private.) (DListed)
You know what’s been missing from all movies? David S. Pumpkins.
DAVID🎃S🎃PUMPKINS🎃MAKES🎃EVERY🎃HORROR🎃MOVIE🎃EVEN🎃MORE🎃TERRIFYING🎃 pic.twitter.com/cDO7gWMua9— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) October 28, 2016
Oh, never mind. It turns out David S. Pumpkins is “bad” and if you laughed at it or liked it, you were wrong. Good to know, internet. (i09)
Ramen bathtub group spa treatments are a real thing that exists, just in case you wanted to be sure you never crave soup again. (Geekologie)
Back to some Halloween goodness, the history of why ghosts say “boo” is pretty cute. (Science of Us)
And then there’s the mildly sexy history of apple-bobbing. (NPR)
I love this holiday so much.
My daughter is Jewish. Her best pal is Muslim. For Halloween they created a superhero team: The Juslims. I've rarely been more proud. Truly. pic.twitter.com/zqPCCwzshR— jeffpearlman (@jeffpearlman) October 30, 2016
This week in thoughts and questions for the latest Waking Dead: What’s up with Carol? (Uproxx)
Peter Thiel’s still out there fighting for the little guy: the “single digit millionaires.” (Mashable)
124 years ago today, the first collection of Sherlock Holmes stories was published, launching the career of the most portrayed literary human in history. Cannonballer bonnie has been on a Sherlock Holmes read-a-thon for Cannonball Read 8, and today we suggest her review of the final collection, The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes. Which story featuring the most famous investigative detective is your favorite? (Cannonball Read 8)