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Carrie Bradshaw's Manolo Collection Gets Repossessed

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | April 17, 2009 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | April 17, 2009 |

The Sex and the City sequel might actually explore the effects of the recession on the ladies. I would love to see these bitches shop a thrift stores. LOVE. (RopeOfSilicon)

A big round of applause goes out to Ashton Kutcher, the new winner of twitter. Yeah, I didn’t know you could technically “win” at twitter either but apparently if you’re a big enough asshole, anything can be a contest. (Webster’s)

Huh. Michel Gondry will actually draw you for $20. That gives me an idea. Hell, I’m poor. I’ll do it for $15. Any takers? (FilmDrunk)

Rachel, a.k.a. rlr260 sent me this website where you can buy kits to make your own naked lady rugs. I kind of really want one, but I don’t want to actually have to make it myself because I’m frivolous and lazy. (MadeWithSweetLove)

Heidi Klum is on her fourth kid already? Jesus, how is that even possible? The woman must have the birthin’ hips of a goddess! (Yeeeah!)

TK sent me this link yesterday, and since I was hanging out in the Fishtown section of Philly last night I probably could have added a few contributions of my own. (LookAtThisFuckingHipster)

JEE-SUS. Meet Rupert Everett’s new face, everyone. It’s like of like a cross between Chris O’Donnell and Christian Bale’s faces, set in wax. Thanks, Sofia! (DListed)

Apparently the film studios laid claim to the Marvel franchise quicker than European explorers gobbled up North and South America. (ScreenRant)

A Scotch Brite advertisement takes on Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and it’s actually quite clever. (AgentBedhead)

Kids are so precocious and adorable when they write letters to Santa Claus and Michael Bay. (ScreenJunkies)

This 50-year-old book of grammar and the English language, The Elements of Style, has been rendered all but obsolete in the age of I CAN HAZ CHEESEBURGER. Thanks to the commenter formerly known as BucDaddy! (PostGazette)

Here’s a gallery of the most bitchin’est unicorn tattoos on the internet. A bit of interesting related trivia? Philip Stephens actually got a unicorn tattoo at SXSW. True story. (HolyTaco)

Remember when Charlie did this on “It’s Always Sunny?” That was the best thing ever. (YBNBY)

I found this clip earlier this week and I’ve been waiting all week to post it. “Diff’rent Strokes” was one of my favorite shows as a kid, but you never quite realize how creepy an old, single, white dude adopting a couple cute inner-city kids is until you see it like this:

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