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Lessons in Theater Etiquette

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | July 13, 2009 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | July 13, 2009 |

A lesson in movie-theater etiquette from Sarah Carlson. Note: Don’t sit near her if you have a tiny bladder. (The Times Daily)

Here we go: The first starletard to jump on the dead bones of Michael Jackson is … ? Ashlee Simpson. (Superior Gossip)

I’m not going to try to begin to understand the Green Lantern, but apparently, somebody in that comic universe is about to get the Black Ring and come back from the dead. If there are zombies in R-Squared’s movie version, I take back all skepticism. (AlertNerd)

Amy Winehouse has made her triumphant return from rehab, and she healthy — like a man in a bad wig. (WIMB)

It’s Harry Potter week, so it makes sense to kick if off with 15 Magic Babes from Movies and TV. (Screen Junkies)

The Taking of Margaritas 1 2 3, from someone who understands that alcohol often tastes better when it is earned. (FrothyGirlz)

Here’s some crazy-ass Facebook wedding drama, compliments of the Deathbringer. (Passive Aggressive Notes)

Here are your top ten comic book cities, as selected by architects. (Architects Journal)

Here’s a pretty great blog which contains recipes of foods you probably don’t want to eat, like curry puffs. (Things I Don’t Want to Eat)

Here’s a pretty great round-up of a few recent movie posters. (Gordon and the Whale)

Here’s a little something for those of you who enjoy man boobs. These are impressive. (YBNBY)

I don’t know if he’s found anyone yet, but Marvo over at the best food review blog on the net, Impulsive Buy, is looking for a new writer. Testing fried chicken flavor pop tarts? Not a bad big. (The Impulsive Buy)

Apparently, the only time that Will Ferrell is funny anymore is when he’s playing George Bush. The evidence:

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