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Chelsea Peretti & Jordan Peele Are the Only People Who Could Make an Emoji-Based Engagement Announcement Seem Cool

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 30, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 30, 2015 |

If American music awards shows were more like the Australian ARIA Awards, we might all be more inclined to watch. Granted, the only thing I know about the ARIAs is that there was a giant paper mache archangel man and his leather short-shorted manservants posing on the red carpet, but I think that’s enough. (GFY)

Anne Hathaway is pregnant. Never having been pregnant myself, I’d like to ask those of you with experience: Don’t her pants just look horrifically uncomfortable? They’re probably made of something really stretchy and comfy, but that big ol’ belt looks like a painful thing to wrap around a growing midsection. (E!)

Chelsea Peretti and Jordan Peele announced their engagement on Twitter. They announced using emojis and memes and all caps and somehow made it all utterly endearing. (GQ)

No matter what their wedding looks like, it has to have a better theme than Cigarette Fairy Tales, right? (Lainey)

After the horrific shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood last week, the Republican Party has been noticeably, disgustingly silent. (The Nation)

The awesome Jessica Valenti wrote a brilliant piece for The Guardian about the dangers of some of the ways we talk about Planned Parenthood and the abortions they provide. And, just because it’s that important, here’s her argument in its shortened, Facebook status form.

In the wake of the attack on Planned Parenthood, I’ve noticed that a lot of well-meaning people are defending the…

Posted by Jessica Valenti on Sunday, November 29, 2015

The team behind Cards Against Humanity is no stranger to funny stunts, but this might be my favorite yet. For Black Friday, they took down their entire online catalogue and replaced it with a payment form to give them $5. CAH has a history of raising tons of money for various charity, but this time, they just kept it all. All $71,000. And then they broke down exactly what they spent their money on, from a single Pokemon booster pack to the woman who is REALLY into Medieval Times. (And a whole bunch of individual Planned Parenthood donations too.) (CAH)

Can you imagine having Kobe Bryant on your high school basketball team? Here’s what that was like, as told by the people who’d know best. (Mashable)

Dustin has your 10 questions for that disappointing, frustrating midseason finale of The Walking Dead. (Uproxx)

This is, hands down, my favorite picture of Amy Schumer. (Twitter)

There’s a super thin line between typical internet mockery of things that deserve it, and just plain meanness. And we do not get to decide where that line is, and it’s often really hard to see it. That’s the lesson that was taught to this journalist by Macaulay Culkin and The Pizza Underground. (The Kernel)

Have you been following the shit storm around porn star James Deen, and all the women who have come out to say he’s raped or assaulted them? What makes it all even more horrifying is that Deen has spent much of his career “cultivating a brand as a male feminist in the porn industry.” (Medium)

You know you’re at a Cannonball Read review when the post title is "This sucked." Rachie3879’s review of Edward Carey’s Heap House merited this pithy title. While Rachie3879 warns you away from this YA novel, we recommend you check out her review and drop her a comment of thanks for taking this bullet. Has your book club inflicted this one on you? (Cannonball Read 7)

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