Stephen Colbert Attacks America's Most Likable Gay Person
Today’s Pajiba Love was written to the soothing electronic strains of the new Metric album. You can stream it for freesias here! (Fuse)
Don’t know Metric? Pshaw, of course you do.
Hey dudes who cringe at tampons, show some respect. One just might save your life. In perhaps my favorite Art of Manliness post ever, here is “The Swiss Army Survival Tampon.” (That Art Of Manliness)
Usually, out of sensitivity to those of y’all who can’t watch youtube at work, I try to keep the videos to a minimum. But there were too many good visual goodies today, so I’ll be sprinkling them throughout like little amuse bouches (amuse yeux?). If you didn’t get a chance to view the Transit of Venus earlier this week, here’s a nifty treat for you:
Speaking of heavenly bodies (I know, I’m not happy with it either), Dustin takes a look at Nigella Lawson’s in honor of her new show. I’m hoping it’s not going to be called “Bending Over With Nigella Lawson.” (WG)
It must be weird for an actor to go from Performer Status to Action Figure Status. Young Josh Hutcherson has officially achieved Creepy Bed Spread Status. (Geek Alerts)
I can’t be the only one who wants to read the Giles origin story Damon Lindelof wrote for “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” can I? (Vulture)
Speaking of vampires, everyone’s favorite tall Nordic One, Alexander Skarsgaard, is hanging out with a new girl. A new teeny tiny girl. Added bonus? Some “True Blood” promo photos. Oh, Manganiello. Celebitchy
Speaking of Manganiello, here’s a closer look at the shirtless dudes of Magic Mike. Is it just me, or does Matt Bomer have extra abs on top of his abs? (Rope Of Silicon)
Oi, gamer nerds, get your joysticks ready (you still use those, right?), here are the coolest new games to come out of the E3 conference. (Unreality)
What if other TV families had “Game of Thrones” style sigils? I would proudly be a bannerman to House Swanson. (Uproxx)
FlavorWire has the 10 Craziest Deaths Of The Televison Season. Deathy, bloody, fiery spoilers abound. (FlavorWire)
SLW wrote a touching, classy, thoughtful farewell to Ray Bradbury yesterday. But, ah, this is how *I* choose to say goodbye.
Did you know that it is illegal for atheists to hold public office in 7 states? You did? Oh you’re so smart. Can you name all 7? (Death And Taxes)
In honor of all our younger ‘Jibans who are graduating, here, distilled for your pleasure, are 27 Bits of Wisdom from 2012 Commencement Speeches. (Mental Floss)
Distilled for my pleasure? Joel McHale’s impression of Michael Fassbender’s Sexbot character from Prometheus. What? He’s not a sexbot? Sure…if you say so.
Finally, Colbert’s charming interview with NPH where he calls Neil out for being both likable and gay. THE NERVE.