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Minka Kelly Refuses to Take Our Advice About Sean Penn

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 14, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 14, 2016 |

Drew Barrymore is living the dream. (The dream of only ever wearing pajamas in public. Which is pretty much my only dream.) (Go Fug Yourself)

Some advice for anyone on the job hunt: have you tried being a 25-year-old sitcom actress? Because it seems like that experience is a direct stepping stone to literally any executive position. (Celebitchy)


A whole bunch of terrible people are losing their minds over being forced to play a video game as a female avatar. Because of course they are. (Motherboard)

For you cynics who insist that Mother’s Day is just designed to sell flowers, well, so that definitely, clearly applies to Mother’s Day the movie, at least. (DListed)

This list of “50 Books Every Woman Should Read Before They’re 40” has some interesting choices. They piqued my interest with Roxanne Gay, lost me with 50 Shades of Gray, but got me back with Fun Home. I would like to change “woman” to “person,” though, and how about “40” to “whenever.” It’s just nice for a major publication to recognize that there are 50 books out in the world written by women, period, since so many still don’t seem to. (GH)

Aubrey Plaza is on a basketball team called the Pistol Shrimps, which now has a documentary about it. This is cool, I guess, except that I play on another team in that same league so I feel it’s acceptable to say SUCK IT, PISTOL SHRIMPS, LISAS FOREVER. Our coach dresses like a unicorn for every game. Where’s our documentary?

While we’re talking serious sports stuff, Lion King cam > kiss cam. (Mashable)

Here’s a resource for new GIFs: 13 romances that rocked Westeros on Game of Thrones. (Binge Whale)

“If you eat food, you are being lied to every day.” There’s too much truth in this article. It hurts my insufferable, picky, pretentious, farmers-market-loving soul. (TBT)

Cannonballer maydays checked out an oral history of punk by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain for CBR8, and her alternate title for the review is "How Are ANY of Them Alive?" Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk is a collection of excerpts from decades of interviews with the main players in the American punk scene, "… a solid recommendation for fans of rock, countercultures, or really seedy stories." (Cannonball Read 8)