Danny DeVito has immediately just become my favorite celebrity using twitter. Oh, and good news, he’s got facebook, too! And he’s also completely shirtless in both places, natch. (Gordon and the Whale)
Aww, even though Zach Galifianakis is now famous, he’s still doing his cute little “Between Two Ferns” web series. Here he is with Charlize Theron. (Popoholic)
Wanna know why all us girls hate Megan Fox so much? This is why. This is why right here. Now stop asking. (Webster’s)
Who wants to win a Beatles lithograph? You do, that’s who. (Agent Bedhead)
Apparently C-3PO had a double life completely independent of the Star Wars films, and here is a glimpse into it. (Topless Robot)
If you enjoy A&E programming about totally fucked-up people such as “Intervention” and “Obsessed” — you are going to love “Hoarders.” I haven’t seen it yet, but it looks A-MAH-ZING. (Warming Glow)
Here’s a bunch of people being lame by trying to recreate the printer smash scene in Office Space, which will probably make you like the movie less from here forward just by watching them. (mental floss)
This is the best review of Enemy of the State that has ever existed. Hell, this is the best review of anything that has ever existed. (Funny Junk)
Here’s a fantastic review of a short story collection, Reasons for and Advantages of Breathing, by Lydia Peelle. (Second Pass)
Katherine Heigl has taken a temporary leave of “Grey’s Anatomy” and not surprisingly her castmates are singing “Ding dong, the witch is dead.” (Celebitchy)
I saw Crank 2 for the second time last night at a club in Philly showing it on a large screen, so when this review of the Blu-Ray calls it a “patchwork of stupidity” I think what the reviewer really meant was a patchwork of awesome. (Rope of Silicon)
Here’s an article that laments the loss of the “craft” in porn, back in the olden days when people used to actually care enough to make an effort. (Gunaxin)
And now, a gallery of the most dangerous squirrels on earth. (Holy Taco)
This is the most amazing thing ever: Al Franken draws the United States freehand. How many smarmy, flag-bandying conservatives do you think could do the same? Thanks to Cindy!
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