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Robert Downey Jr, King of Dad Jokes, Is Just Trolling Tom Hiddleston Now

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 10, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 10, 2016 |

Tom Hiddleston joined Instagram, giving Robert Downey, Jr. an entire new platform on which to make fun of him. (Lainey)

Megan Fox gave birth again and isn’t holding back with her love of super hippie kid names. (Celebitchy)

Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen are still telling everyone how fine they are with each other. He’s fine, she’s fine, everybody’s fine and definitely not at all still angry forever. (DListed)

Brie Larson is adorable, but her next tweet was from Club 33, the ultra expensive, ultra exclusive private Disneyland club, so now I also hate her.

Expanding on yesterday’s boneability conversation, here’s a great look at Harley’s relationship with the Joker, both in and out of the sack. (Inverse)

The president of FX (aka the “smartest man in television”) is throwing fighting words at Netflix. (Vanity Fair)

Solid advice:

Michael Phelps aside, it can be really hard to make money as an Olympian. (Wired)

A woman staged a series of photos announcing her new job, all in the style of an engagement or pregnancy announcement. It’s beautiful, and goddamn hilarious. Make sure you click through to look at the whole album. This woman needs to be our collective best friend. Someone please make that happen. (Jezebel)

What I learned from this tribute to one of the cutest celebrity couples in existence: John Legend loves robes and Chrissy Teigen is basically always naked. (Revelist)

Is there a more public place to propose to your partner than on the Olympic rugby field? (BBC)

Bea Pants’ 26th review puts her at a half-Cannonball AND means she’s now doubled the amount of books that she read last year. Even better, she hit #26 with Amy Poehler’s book Yes, Please. After reading Tina Fey’s book Bossypants, she can see why these two are close friends. "The main difference is that, while I admire Tina Fey, I’m also a little intimidated by her. Amy Poehler…seems like someone I could cut loose with." Have you read either of these bad-ass ladies’ autobiographies? (Cannonball Read 8)

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