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Michael Douglas Says The Secret To His Career Is His 'Big D*ck' & Patrick Stewart Petitions to Join Taylor Swift's BFF Squad

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 17, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 17, 2015 |

Dustin has some VERY strong feelings about how Wayward Pines should not end. Specifically, the super lame way the books ended. (Uproxx)

The US women’s soccer team cleans up nice. (Go Fug Yourself)

Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen asked Taylor Swift if they could join her ever-impressive roster of BFFs. TAKE THEM UP ON THIS, TAYLOR. #SquadGoals. (People)

Michael Douglas credits his success in acting to having a “big dick.” I would say it’s more being and less having there, Michael. (Superficial)

Remember yesterday when I wrote about the yoga studio filled with cats and I called it my happy place? Well I was dumb and super wrong. Clearly our collective happy place is this JAPANESE ROBOT HOTEL WITH DINOSAUR RECEPTIONIST. OBVIOUSLY. (Daily Dot)

Other happy places: anywhere James McAvoy is singing the 90s X-Men theme song. So, inside my head, forever. (Mary Sue)

Thanks to Greg French for the heads up in regard to these wounded vets who know they’re still damn sexy. (Bored Panda)

I know most of you don’t give an anything about Royals news, but these nicknames the Queen reportedly has for Kate are the most adorably polite shade. (Celebitchy)

This employee evaluation for Ernest Hemingway’s imagined stint at Buzzfeed is 100% perfection, but this line, a fictional quote from Hemingway stating the things his employer could improve upon, surpasses perfection: “I should like a pay rise and a bigger chair and I should like my bouts of inebriation to pass unremarked upon.” Wouldn’t we all? (The Toast)

And now for absolutely no reason, here are a bunch of pictures of Bill Murray doing various activities. (HuffPo)

Come on, who didn’t get up and do the shoulder shake when "Love is a Battlefield" came on MTV? You know you tried it, and so did Cannonballer Janniethestrange. After catching Pat Benatar in concert recently, she also took on Benatar’s memoir, Between a Heart and a Rock Place. "An inspiring and refreshing take on life in the music biz," the memoir covers the good and bad in Benatar’s career, and got a 5 star review. (Cannonball Read 7)

Happy Friday! Remember to pick your battles carefully this weekend.

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