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The Depressing Mystery of Who Groped Taylor Swift, Plus Tom Hardy Cuddles With Puppies

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 29, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 29, 2015 |

Prince Harry and Michelle Obama are the cutest. (Go Fug Yourself)

You may remember last month, a radio host announced he was suing Taylor Swift after she accused him of groping her during a photoshoot. He was fired, and now he’s countersuing, saying it wasn’t him that grabbed her, but his boss, and that Swift knows this but is using him as a scapegoat. It’s important to note here that NO ONE is denying that Taylor Swift was assaulted. They just can’t agree on who the culprit is. Am I alone in thinking this somehow seems more depressing than if they were just denying it happened? (Vulture)

I want to say that Fox & Friends has hit a new low, but I know that’s not true. This is pretty much their disgusting standard. The show decided it would be a swell idea for a panel of dudes to decide whether or not leggings are acceptable for women to wear as pants. If you don’t feel like you can handle the rage the link is sure to bring, this picture pretty much sums up the ickiness. (Quartz)

Maybe the idea that random men feel entitled to decide whether or not we’ve “earned” the right to wear yoga pants has something to do with the insane rise in the popularity of labiaplasty. Apparently, a desire to look good in “athleisure wear” (gag) is a major impetus for the surgery. (NYP)

In 50 cities nationwide today, Uber will not just be offering rides— they’ll also be delivering kittens! For a $30 “snuggle fee,” you can get 15 minutes of playtime with an adorable, loving, vicious, murderous little furball (all of whom happen to also be up for adoption). (Uber)

If cats aren’t your bag, here’s Tom Hardy playing with puppies. Can we get an Uber to deliver Tom Hardy and some dogs? Is that an option? (HuffPo)

This Australian communications expert says his country’s drunk forefathers “unknowingly added an alcoholic slur to our national speech patterns.” There’s no way that’s not totally offensive, right? (The Age)

Hillary Clinton’s team members got trapped in a bathroom and turned to the least helpful place possible for help: Twitter. (People)

The true and spooky (though less spooky that the myths) story of the “Mole People” of New York’s underground. (Narratively)

How the cast of Gilmore Girls made a teenage girl feel normal after her near-fatal battle with cancer. (Vice)

You may have seen pictures of this one-legged man’s past Halloween costumes. They’ve all been hilarious. His idea for this year, though, takes the (pan)cake. (Bored Panda)

Congratulations times two to Mrs. Julien, who posted her double Cannonball yesterday with a review of Cold-hearted Rake by Lisa Kleypas. She joins seven other Cannonballers who have made it to 104. We also had a second quadruple Cannonballer - badkittyuno - who we were remiss in congratulating last week! Her review of Jojo Moyes’ The Ship of Brides came four days after janniethestrange first hit this monumental milestone. Huzzah for everyone! (Cannonball Read 7)

I was going to save this for tomorrow, but seeing as it’s National Cat Day, let’s take a moment to rock, shall we?

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