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'The Adventures of Brienne & Lyanna' Has A Nice Ring To It, No?

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | April 18, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | April 18, 2019 |


I got you some 8.2 GoT photos. You’re welcome. I realllllllly hope the photo of Lady Lyanna Mormont is her staring down Jorah because I’ve been waiting for this moment for, like, a long time. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of, Bella Ramsey, the 15-year-old who plays kickass Lady Lyanna Mormont was interviewed. She says that her character and Brienne of Tarth are kindred spirits and I now demand this spin-off. (The Cut)

Facebook is the worst. (Wired)

Also at Wired, a really interesting article about what happens when Techno-Utopians run a country. (Wired)

Eric Ripert wrote about Chrissy Teigen for Time’s 100 list. Her bucket list must be completed by now, right? (Lainey Gossip)

I love reading famous people’s favorite books lists. Here is Michael Shannon’s. (Vulture) (And here is Pete Buttigieg’s list.)

Mexico’s drug cartels are moving into the oil industry. I mean, I guess they’re good at digging underground tunnels? (Rolling Stone)

Would you eat this Carl’s Jr CBD oil burger? (Dlisted)

I am a strange person who enjoys dentist appointments, but this article about a big-time dentist scammer has my…NO, I WILL NOT PUN HERE…something on edge. (The Atlantic)

Oh my god, Rose Byrne, this is NOT your hair color. (GFY)

I did not know that this was a Millenial Thing, but let me assure you that it most certainly is. My apartment is turning into a jungle. (The New Yorker)

A fascinating historical look at where the Brit term “borrow a f*g” comes from. (Mel Magazine)

This tiny apartment has something called a “nap pod” and I will never be satisfied until I have one too. (Curbed)

A team at the Goldenson Center for Actuarial Research created a calculator that guesses how many healthy years of living you have left. Want to give it a shot? (Calculator via The Conversation)

More bullshit from the telecom industry. (Motherboard)

Wanderlustful decided to read the Bible (Good News version) for cultural, literary, and spiritual reasons and decided to review the Old and New Testaments separately. She has a lot of thoughts and questions, but from a cultural perspective, her read gave her what she was looking for. "I had no idea how many cultural reference points were in here, and I’m definitely picking up on more biblical references in the culture that I’m imbibing." If you are culturally or religiously Christian, have you read the Bible as an adult? (Cannonball Read 11)

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Ursula is a Staff Contributor for Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.

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