Sex therapist Dr. Amie Harwick tragically died this weekend. The restraining order against her ex-boyfriend had recently expired, and police received an emergency call that Harwick was being assaulted by him. When police arrived, Harwick had fallen from her third-floor balcony. She died in the hospital. She and Drew Carey were engaged up until 2018. Tapings of The Price is Right have been paused this week. - (Vulture)
Robert Pattinson says lots of people think he smells like a crayon. Huh. I don’t really have anything to add to that. - (Lainey)
Are you aware of these laws that go into effect this year? - (R29)
In the United States, today was Presidents’ Day (or Presidents Day, depending on which style guide you follow). I assume it was just “Monday” in the rest of the world?
Never has the (mis)placement of an apostrophe revealed so much. https://t.co/uPd1sfv40M— Joshua A. Geltzer (@jgeltzer) February 17, 2020
“Brawndo, it’s what plants crave.” It’s all my brain can think of when I see things like this. We’re heading into Idiocracy so much faster than I ever could have imagined. - (Delish)
Kristy shared this in our Slack: “Acclaimed tattoo artist Bang Bang gives a video tour of the best and worst tattoos in film, and it’s a fascinating journey from From Dusk Till Dawn, to Moana and The Hangover Part II.” - (Vanity Fair)
Speaking of tattoos, I mentioned last week that Amber Rose got a tattoo of her children’s names on her face and Pressley Gerber got the word “misunderstood” tattooed on his cheek. Tattoo artists have concerns about celebrities like Rose, Gerber, Bieber, Post Malone, and others starting a trend. - (Celebitchy)
Oh, it’s a whole family affair. Not only did Amber Rose get the children’s names tattooed on her face, but her boyfriend did it too. And her older child’s father, Wiz Khalifa, also has their son’s name tattooed on his forehead. Welllll, that’s nice, I guess? - (Dlisted)
64 white supremacists are going to prison. It’s a start! - (The Root)
It took a while for LittlePlat to fall in love with Robert Jackson Bennett’s The Divine Cities series, but she had no such problem with his new book, Foundryside. The world-building and escalating crime capers grabbed her immediately. "The flying assassins don’t appear until later." What’s likely to pull you into a book? (Cannonball Read 12)
I had no idea that McDonald’s Shamrock Shake and I were the same age. - (TIB)
Buddy doesn’t even know how much I needed his paw to hold today. Thanks, Buddy!
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