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That Time Bradley Cooper Decided to Talk to Michelle Obama About His Junk

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 13, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 13, 2016 |

Lupita Nyong’o doesn’t do clothing. (How gauche.) Rather, she chooses to wear physical manifestations of her magical aura on her body for us to worship. (Go Fug Yourself)

Priyanka Chopra doesn’t like the term “woman of color,” but her opinion seems to be less about the label than about not wanting ANY label. Am I wrong in thinking this is the racial equivalent of “I’m not a feminist, I’m a humanist”? (Celebitchy)

Bradley Cooper was on Ellen with Michelle Obama and decided this would be a good time to tell the First Lady about the time he didn’t wear underwear under his tux at the White House. She was surprisingly into that story, by the way. (People)

I love the idea of IRL memes.

This is very cool: All Your Favorite Cartoons Started As Someone’s College Thesis. (Inverse)

A group raised enough money to replace all the ads in a London tube station with pictures of cats. These are true heroes. (Jezebel)

Are you looking to quit smoking? Apparently all you need to do to kick the habit is to start tripping balls. (Science of Us)

Roald Dahl was born 100 years ago today. Here are 100 people who decided to permanently brand his words and work into their bodies. Some of these tattoos are really beautiful. And then there’s the person who wanted a giant picture of Johnny Depp’s terrible, creepy Wonka face on their body forever. (Revelist)

Here are America’s worst attempts at utopian communities, including an attempt at “England’s Second Colonization of America,” and another group who made their own salmonella “salsa” that they used to poison local government officials. (Atlas Obscura)

CoffeeShopReader reviewed Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho and says that "In many ways Sorcerer to the Crown is what Jane Austen would have written if she were a full-on fantasy writer in modern times." Does an Austen/fantasy mash-up sound good to you? (Cannonball Read 8)

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