Sophie Turner's Choice In Dudes Is a Little Disappointing, Isn't It?
Sophie Turner may be dating a Jonas Brother and I guess I shouldn’t be so judgy about a 20-year-old’s choice in dudes. (DListed)
Acting isn’t exactly an easy job, but Joel McHale has some excellent points for celebrities who complain too much. (Celebitchy)
A bunch of Gilmore Girls fans are convinced Rory’s preggers in the new series. (US)
I love this. It looks like happiness is going for a little walk.
A myosin protein dragging an endorphin along a filament to the brain's parietal cortex which creates happiness. You're looking at happiness. pic.twitter.com/0MoCQc5LfV— ᴾᴴᴼᴱᴮᴱ (@YoPhoebs) November 4, 2016
On how the culture is changing in China, and how that’s changing the world. Specifically, it’s changing Hollywood at a rapid pace. (Lainey)
An oral history of the term “dumpster fire,” and its rise during this election season. We may be ahead of the curve here. Searching the site, the first time we used the phrase was (by Jodi) in October of 2014, describing Silent Hill and its sequel. Which are definitely in the same category as Trump’s campaign. (The Atlantic)
Oh boy, this made me cry. Gladys Ament was born the day women got the right to vote, and 96 years later, she voted early, for Clinton. My favorite line, in describing the first election she was old enough to vote in, voting for FDR: “If she were being honest with herself, she was really voting for Eleanor.” (Washington Post)
Dani Mathers, the woman who posted that Snapchat of another woman changing in the gym locker room, has been officially charged. (Mary Sue)
Is Negan a problem for The Walking Dead? (Uproxx)
Janet Reno passed away this morning at 78. (Jezebel)
This 30 Days, 30 Songs (now actually 50 songs) project is new anti-Trump songs from some of your favorite bands. They’re all spectacular. They’re great songs on their own, and just happen to have an awesome message on top of that. (30Days)
Does publishing a negative review of a book a whole lot of other people loved make you a douche on the internet? Melina’s book club picked a horror book that wasn’t horror and had a plot twist that fell flat. "I thought we ALL knew what happened to her…but I guess it was just me because all the characters seemed shocked." And can we talk about the title, Hannahwhere? Should she try another book by the same author? (Cannonball Read 8)