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You've Got to Be F#$king Kidding Me

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | February 19, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | February 19, 2019 |


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Rumor is that Armie Hammer will be the next Batman, but Armie himself is all, “Nerpppp.” At least that’s his story for now. - (Lainey)

After he cheated with her sister’s friend, Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson are officially broken up. No word on whether Khloé will remain in Cleveland. Hahahahaha, I’m kidding. She’s not staying in Cleveland. - (Buzzfeed)

Nicholas Sandmann, a.k.a., the Covington kid, is suing The Washington Post for $250 million, claiming the newspaper targetted and defamed him “because Sandmann is a white Catholic who wore a Make America Great Again souvenir cap on a school field trip.” (Reuters)

“All the single Lady Gagas, all the single Lady Gagas.” Yeah, sorry, I don’t know. I workshopped that for, like, 2.5 minutes and just couldn’t come up with anything better. It’s been a long day. - (People)

As someone who chose to stop dyeing my hair and let my naturally white/grey hair grow in 3 years ago, I applaud anyone else who embraces their grey/silver/whites. - (BoingBoing)

Ugh. The Jussie Smollett story is getting sadder and more disturbing and just UGH. - (Celebitchy)

Roxana shared this: “A good interview with two directors who should have been included in this year’s awards conversation.” - (IndieWire)

I’m intrigued by this new original Netflix series set in 1960s Brazil. - (Shadow and Act)

Is Ja Rule stupid or just messing with us now? - (Revelist)

In just terribly sad news, Charo’s husband of 40 years took his life yesterday. - (Dlisted)

Oh, and racist Uncle Karl died. No one panic! His beloved cat (reportedly worth $2.5M) will be very well taken care of. - (GFY)

Good point from T+L.

Scootsa1000 asked two YA authors which books were they recommending now, and they both said Sadie by Courtney Summers. On the strength of that, she picked up the book and dove in. "This is a dark and angry book, filled with sadness and monsters. It was, at times, difficult to read. But it was wholly original, and at times, fascinating." What’s the best book recommendation you’ve ever received? (Cannonball Read 11)



Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.


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