Gidget, the Taco Bell Chihuahua, has gone to doggie heaven at the ripe old age of 15. I’m going to honor her memory by pouring a some of a 44 oz. of Taco Bell exclusive Mountain Dew “Baja Blast” flavor on the curb. (Warming Glow)
If you haven’t seen this yet, it’s kind of the best thing ever. I think following the release of this clip “Eau de Ron Weasley” is going to be bottled and sold in Japan. (Yeeeah!)
Big Lebowksi fans: Check out this website devoted to Lebowksi, including their latest podcast on the Lebowski Fest. (The Lebowski Podcast)
OK, seriously now, whenever anyone says anything about the Gosselins I cover my ears and go “LALALALALA,” but that Jon dude is hanging out with Michael Lohan now. That guy is kind of the worst thing ever. (Webster’s)
I honestly never heard of Miles Fisher before, but his music video interpretation of American Psycho for his cover of the Talking Head’s “This Must be the Place” makes me an instant fan. (Agent Bedhead)
What if Grizzly Man was into wolves instead of bears? Well, he would probably be this guy. I have to admit the baby wolf makes me want to squee all over myself. (DListed)
This is awesome, a guy explains, in detail, the origins of your favorite video game characters like Link, Mario and Luigi. Thanks to Adere! (Back of the Cereal Box)
From what is undoubtedly going to be my new favorite website, I had no idea that retarded people had their own crafts. (Awful Library Books)
If you’re an orphan in a movie, it’s pretty much just assumed that you’re going to be screwed-up. That’s why I never trust orphans. (Spout)
Can you imagine if Gwyneth Paltrow was your significant other’s ex? The very thought alone makes me feel “punchy.” (Celebitchy)
Here’s a list of ten cult films you should know, and I’m actually quite surprised and ashamed to say I haven’t seen any of them. (Screen Junkies)
This Week in Fuck You: Self-designated Frat Party Kegtenders. How I hated those assholes who thought they were playing “beer god.” (KSK)
The Christian horror film is really just an untapped market waiting to explode, don’t you think? (Holy Taco)
Because I love these, here are more early television appearances by big stars. I totally remember when Quentin Tarantino was on “Golden Girls.” (mental floss)
I’d say these kids were like Pajibans when they were young, but everybody knows that most Pajibans were huge geeks petrified of the opposite sex, myself included. Thanks so much to the anonymous commenter who sent this in!
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