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The Kardashians Finally Address Their Insane Body Image Issues & Miles Teller Is a Real Life Super Hero

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 12, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 12, 2015 |

Dustin’s new Mad Men ending theory may seem out there, but I kind of dig it. And we all know Matthew Weiner loves his call-backs. Maybe this perfect diss was a clue to something bigger. (Uproxx)

Just a reminder that real-life January Jones is about as far from Betty Draper as you can get. (Go Fug Yourself)

The words here will tell you that this is a picture of Micky Rourke, but my brain is having trouble believing it. (DListed)

Tom Hardy swears that no matter how Bane his body gets, he’s just “a petite little bourgeois boy from London.” He also says he’s “f*cking lucky to be here,” since there was a time when he would have sold his mother for drugs. (Celebitchy)

Miles Teller saved a pregnant woman and a toddler from a riptide and maybe also a shark. So yes, in case you were wondering, we DO all like Miles Teller now. (NewNowNext)

The Kardashian-Jenners finally addressed Kylie’s lip fillers, and also said some unusually real things about their own body issues. Given that their entire job is basically to have famous faces and bodies, I can’t even imagine what kind of crazy pressure that puts on a person. (Jezebel)

Taylor Swift wrote a beautiful note to a fan whose mother recently died. At this point, I truly don’t care how much of this is a PR game. That woman makes her fans feel f*cking phenomenal. (Time)

Anita Sarkeesian is famous for exposing infuriating gender representation in video games. Now she’s talking about a positive portrayal. (Daily Dot)

A man was banned from an airline for his… strategically placed Pinocchio tattoo (and, to be fair, a whole bunch of other questionable behavior). I find this equal parts hilarious and gross. (Gawker)

A fascinating history of why America’s train system is total shit. (National Journal)

That’s fine. We don’t need trains. I’m going to bundle you all up in this R2-D2 Volkswagen bus for a Pajiba road trip. (Geekologie)

Cannonballer Yesknopemaybe is a tremendous fan of The Bees by Laline Paull. She says it is "…one of the most unique books I’ve read in years. One to put on my shelf of favorites, push into the hands of friends (or strangers), and revisit for yearly rereads."  But don’t take her word for it, take Margaret Atwood’s, who called it a “gripping Cinderella/Arthurian tale with lush Keatsian adjectives.” All this about honeybees? Bee-lieve it! (Cannonball Read 7)

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