Michael Douglas Says Cunninglingis Caused His Throat Cancer, Plus Interspecies Marriage
This is a rough year for weather already. Friday evening saw the return of more deadly storms returning to tornado-ravaged Oklahoma. Fifteen more people died over the weekend in the state, and three of them were members of the Discovery Channel’s storm chasers team, who were doing what they loved in El Reno. (Warming Glow)
Steve Carell dressed up as his Despicable Me character, Gru, to visit “The Ellen Show.” Are you excited for this sequel? (The Mary Sue)
The rise of Grumpy Cat is truly troubling to someone (myself) who has been annoyed by this feline’s face ever since you ridiculous people started posting him all over the place on Facebook. What is this cat’s appeal? Seriously, someone clue me in because my kid just shoved a picture of Grumpy Cat in my face, and I’m gonna take it out on you. (Buzzfeed)
In sharp contrast, Karl Lagerfeld’s kitty, Choupette, is charismatic as hell. Even more, this cat has had such an effect on her owner that Karl wants to marry her. “There is no marriage, yet, for human beings and animals … I never thought that I would fall in love like this with a cat.” (DListed)
If you don’t like cats, well, why don’t you just marry this robot instead? (Videogum)
Michael Douglas has revealed that his throat cancer was (maybe) caused by HPV (acquired through cunninglingis) instead of hardcore drinking and smoking. Please forgive me for taking a too-light approach to this serious matter with the header photo of Michael’s head between Kathleen Turner’s legs in Romancing the Stone. I couldn’t resist. (Celebitchy)
Before video games, kids used to amuse themselves by playing with the empty boxes from their parents’ washer and dryer set. In the Victorian age, there was also a game called Hot Cockles. (Mental Floss)
Even Buzz Aldrin is piling on with the After Earth hate, but at least he has the cred to complain. (Slashfilm)
Kickstarter projects are being touted everywhere, y’all. Now a group is trying to raise $900,000 to create an ARIG Exoskeleton (As Real As It Gets) suit so gamers can know how it feels to be shot or punched. Ehh. (Kotaku)
Here’s a strangely affectionate article on the playing career of David Beckham and the effect of his “perfectly coiffed” hair on obsessive fans everywhere. (Grantland)
Kim Kardashian reveals that she’s having a girl, and so now the countdown commences on awful female names that start with the letter K. (Vulture)
Selena Gomez is rocking the Donna Martin suspenders and cropped shirt. Just be happy that there’s not a Bieber hanging off her arm. (Go Fug Yourself)
This weekend’s Chime for Change aimed to raise awareness for female empowerment, but ironically, this concert was mostly about Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez dancing around with their asses hanging out. (Daily Mail)
Someone decided to replicate the Scarface balcony scene in Lego form. I’m surprised that it took this long. (Unreality)
There’s a “Star Trek” episode that contains a plot very similar to The Purge. Because nothing is original. (Film School Rejects)
Finally, here’s a video of Samuel L. Jackson declaring that he’s quitting the lucrative field (for him) of acting to become a vigilante. He’s only kidding — Reddit put him up to this nonsense, and he’s merely acting like a good sport for them.
Agent Bedhead lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She and her little black heart can be found at celebitchy.com.
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