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August 14, 2008 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | August 14, 2008 |

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Guys… I have some bad news. Joshua Jackson is a zombie. If you should encounter Joshua Jackson, please use all necessary precautions. (ZombieForecast)

Diddy is training to win the Gold Medal of synchronized banging in the Sex Olympics. I can’t even act like this isn’t my favorite gossip story all week. (WIMB)

Here are some of the classy and classless options for dealing with the death of an actor in the middle of filming a project. (mental floss)

Being drunk at 11AM is personally what helps me work. (QuizLaw)

So here’s some news that I know no one besides me gives a crap about, but you can all suck it because that’s why I’m the Salty Lovemaster, bitches! Anyway, the runner-up skank from “Rock of Love 2” is dating Tommy Lee. (Evil Beet)

And on the opposite side of the spectrum of my personal interests, here’s a scene from one of my favorite “Tom & Jerry” cartoons. (ASWOBA)

People finally figured out that nobody wants to pay for the cow when you can see plenty of pictures of boring babies on the internet for free. (Celebslam)

I think at least a few times we here at Pajiba have been accused of being granola-chomping something or others — so you guys will probably enjoy this comprehensive granola rundown. (Serious Eats)

“A Good Man is Hard to Find: FATWAPCOOTER and The Ladies of Jazz.” (MITM)

Nothing is more healthy for a young girl’s changing body like shoving ten pounds of silicone up through her bellybutton and into her chest. (IDLYITW)

Can’t we pass some kind of international law that keeps Madonna away from adorable black babies? (Deus Ex Malcontent)

Whatever. I think Kim Kardashian sucks but I’ll hand it to her that she fills out a pair of Jordashes like nobody’s business. (Popoholic)

Uhhh, damn straight my dogs are my baby “schnoopie poos.” (MixTapeTherapy)

It’s, like, Ted Boynton’s Birthday, today. Both IFC and Spout have interviews with the Whit Stillman, the brilliant director whose disappearing act rivaled that of Stephen Hagard. (Spout) & (IFC)

After the jump: Don’t you dare come between a man and his Josh Groban.

Pajiba Love | August 14, 2008 |

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