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And the World Responds With a Resounding "Duh"

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | March 30, 2010 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | March 30, 2010 |

OK, am I the only one calling “bullshit” here? I’ve had it with these celebrities like Clay Aiken and Lance Bass and Sean Hayes and now Ricky Martin who we ALLLL know are gay but only come out years later when it’s convenient or they need some publicity. Sure, maybe it’s none of our business, but it’s definitely not helping anyone. (Litelysalted)

Burger King has come up with an ad campaign which is almost — I said almost — as creepy as the BK King. (Bloody Disgusting)

Oh hell yes. AMC, the network which has brought us “Mad Med” and “Breaking Bad,” need I remind you, has ordered six episodes of “The Walking Dead” based on a graphic novel of the same name. And a “Dexter” writer is involved. There is just like no way this project won’t be COMPLETELY AWESOME. (Screen Junkies)

And now for the creepiest thing I’ve heard all day: There is actually a rabid “Gerard Butler” fan base which hold yearly conventions in his honor. (Agent Bedhead)

As you all well know, I love animals who become internet sensations, and here is a helpful guide on how to make your own pet an internet star too. (Uproxx)

Here are eight fictional characters who are surprisingly shitty at their jobs. (Notes on Bar Napkins)

I guess now that “Friends” has been off the air for something like ten years now, they can finally all stop pretending that they actually like each other. (IBBB)

What’s an even dumber idea than Will Smith starring in another MIB sequel? Will Smith starring in two more Independence Day sequels. (Cimematical)

Here’s a review of some album by some band I’ve never heard of, The Archie Bronson Outfit. Apparently the best thing about them is their name. (AudioSuede)

Uma Thurman’s film Motherhood opened in the UK last week, and inexplicably only 11 people went to go see it. (Film Drunk)

Why we love James Franco: Because not only is he a great actor and well educated published author who sometimes hangs out on daytime soap operas, but soon you’re going to be able to refer to him as Doctor Franco. (Celebitchy)

Here’s a list of the six best Edward Norton roles, and I was pleased to see a shout-out to his cameo on “Modern Family,” as well. (Unreality)

Netflix has begun to mail out the discs for the new Watch Instantly program with the Nintendo Wii. We unfortunately haven’t gotten ours yet, and if you haven’t either — here’s what you can expect. (Unlikely Words)

Here are a bunch of assorted hilarious clips from “The State,” before the cast members let us down and started writing shitty movies like The Pacifier and Night at the Museum 2. (mental floss)

Today’s clip is a theatrical production of Scarface as reenacted by tiny adorable children. Ladies: If this don’t get your clocks ticking, I don’t know what will.

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