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The Real (Terrifying) Reason Mark Wahlberg Wants That Pardon, and ScarJo Channels the 90s

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 9, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 9, 2014 |

I can’t tell if Duchess Kate is thrilled to be meeting LeBron James, or if she’s highly uncomfortable with so much sweaty touching. Is it both? I have a feeling it’s both. (Celebitchy)

While we’re on the subject of Americans not understanding/caring about royal protocol, if you tell a bunch of kids they’re going to meet a princess, they’re automatically going to assume she’s a Disney character. Sorry Kate, but it’s Elsa or GTFO. (Jezebel)

Dustin reminds us that Sons of Anarchy isn’t all rape and dismemberment. I mean, it’s mostly that, but there are also these 11 funniest moments. (Uproxx)

The Fug Girls have done their 2014 red carpet round-up. It’s gowns and snark galore! (GFY)

Word on the street (and by street I mean internet) is that the reason Marky Mark wants a pardon for being a racist and terrible youth is that he wants to be a LAPD reserve police officer. Like, with a gun. And way too much authority. (DListed)

Scarlett Johansson took the stage at a Vice party to sing a New Order song with Ghostface Killah. I really want to like her tough bomber jacket/buzzed hair look, but I can’t help but be reminded of basically every boy I had a crush on from 1991 to 1996. (Lainey)

Okay, so I’ve heard of The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, but The Woman Who Mistook Everyone Around Her For DRAGONS? I know this is a serious condition, but I couldn’t help it. My first thought was “That is so f*cking cool.” (Mary Sue)

Back when Macaulay Culkin formed his Velvet Underground parody band, we all had a good chuckle (mostly at, not with). But apparently Culks never got the memo that we were barely tolerating the joke the first time around. Here is The Pizza Underground’s first official music video. (Vice)

I wasn’t so crazy about the BBC’s radio adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, but that in no way reduces my excitement for their upcoming Good Omens. (RadioTimes)

There are Simpsons fans and then there are Simpsons fans. And then there’s this guy who got every single character tattooed on his back. Ow. (Unreality)

Sure we all know the directors who make cameos in their own movies (Hitchcock, Shaymalayaman), but what about the directors who show up for no apparent reason in other people’s movies? Sofia Coppola, are you lost? (Phactual)

Chanohack says that if you like history or World War II or bittersweet stories of kindness and heroism, then A Thread of Grace by Mary Doria Russell is the book for you. (Cannonball Read 6)

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