Hi! Quick programming note: No Pajiba Love on Thursday, so Ursula will be covering Pajiba Love tomorrow night. Since I won’t get a chance to say “Happy Thanksgiving” to the United States Pajibans who celebrate, I’m saying it now. Have a lovely day and I’m thankful for
all some of you.
Want to see what a $600 multi-course meal for one looks like? - (Bored Panda)
I might be the only person who squealed with absolute JOY when I saw this link, but I’m also a weirdo who doesn’t live near a Trader Joe’s and only gets to go a couple times a year, and one of those times is this weekend! I’m adding pretty much everything on here to my shopping list. - (IB)
Dolly Parton is going to be campaigning for an Oscar and I am so daggum excited to see Dolly on more magazine covers and talk shows. - (LG)
Sarah Silverman has made it canon: Vanellope is a Jewish-Animated Princess.
Hmmm, interesting… Amazon Prime members will get to see Aquaman in theaters a week earlier than everyone else. - (Celebitchy)
Roxana said, “I mean. I am a fan! where is my hookup?” Yeah, MJB, where’s her hookup? - (Buzzfeed)
We’ll just admire these pictures while we wait for Michael B. Jordan to get back to Roxana. Jesusgod, I need a minute.
I’m certain I recently linked to something about wombats and their cubed poo, but NOW scientists know WHY their poo is cubed, so… - (NatGeo)
Robert DeNiro and his wife of 20 years, Grace Hightower, are getting a divorce. They have two children together, one 20 years old and another 6 years old, which is a very unusual gap. Also, it’s not the first time that DeNiro has filed for divorce from Hightower — he also filed in 1999 after, uh, one year of marriage. (THR)
I don’t know how many drummers they’ve gone through by now, but hopefully this one won’t spontaneously combust on stage. - (AVClub)
Rita Ora entertains me. - (GFY)
I haven’t bought a print magazine in years, but this still bums me out. I mean, I get it, but still. It’s not like when Sassy died, but it still feels like the end of an era. - (Dlisted)
Mathildehoeg took advantage of CBR10 Bingo’s "Two Heads are Better than One" square to read and review China Mieville’s The City and The City with her friend Amy, who lives far away. "We’ve read the same book and then I’ve bombarded her with loads of questions in an effort to ensure that she’d do most of the work, because well Amy’s brilliant and I love hearing what she thinks." The reviewer and the reviewer disagreed on how much they enjoyed Mieville’s murder mystery but agreed they both liked it very much. How do you stay connected to a friend when you live in different countries? (Cannonball Read 10)
Don’t forget all the good dogs (they’re all good dogs, Brant!) at Thanksgiving (but no turkey bones!)
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