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Miley Cyrus Tells All The Ways Being a Disney Star Messed Her Up (And There Are a Lot)

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 14, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 14, 2015 |

Andrew Garfield grew a third eyebrow in the middle of his face. I also suspect there’s a manbun tucked behind that head. Get it together, Spider-Man. (Go Fug Yourself)

From the sound of it, Hot California Bikini Zombies Fear the Walking Dead will have a patient zero, but won’t give an explanation for what caused the virus or whatever in the first place. (Uproxx)

One barber in Iowa is giving free haircuts to kids if they read him a story while he does it. He even helps them sound out the tough words. This level of sweetness seems lethal. (Jezebel)

Miley Cyrus gave a detailed account of all the ways being a Disney child star messed her up. Between the how-is-that-not-illegal work days and the forced body image and persona, it’s hard not to feel for her, and— god help me— even respect her for coming out the other side of that relatively sane. (Celebitchy)

Janelle Monae released a protest song in which she and every artist on her record label chant the names of black victims of murder at the hands of police and white supremacists. (FlavorPill)

Nathan Rabin, formerly of The AV Club and The Dissolve, recently moved his family from their home in Chicago to his in-law’s basement. He wrote some touchingly honest words on why he’s genuinely happy with that decision. (Mom.Me)

Some asshat used Forrest Gump’s life story for his Tinder profile bio, and someone actually fell for it. (BGR)

The Fourth Annual Internet Cat Video Festival was this week because apparently that’s a real thing that happens in the world. I have to say, I have trouble getting behind their choice of winner. I personally prefer more cat in my cat videos. (People)

SavageCats says Hawkeye: Little Hits is a really weird book. We’ll only mention the last of part of this trade paperback of Matt Fraction’s run here, because really what more do you need in a comic but a dog detective? That’s right, Pizza Dog, adopted by Hawkeye in the first part of the book, becomes a detective and solves a murder. Brilliant! (Cannonball Read 7)

Happy Friday! Remember that the inflatable duck is always a trap.

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