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The Year's First Great Twitter Exchange Involves Chelsea Clinton, Chrissy Teigen, and ... Hooters

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 3, 2018 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 3, 2018 |


In yesterday’s PL, I linked to the news that Carrie Underwood fell a couple of months ago and apparently jacked up her face enough to require 40+ stitches. Someone got a picture with her a couple of weeks ago and, I don’t know, she looks the same to me, but honestly? I’d have a hard time picking her out of a crowd, so maybe she looks different? - (Dlisted)

In the words of our Genny, “Oh my god, if this isn’t both the most tragic and beautiful thing ever.” - (WaPo)

Oh noooooes, how will Hollywood find enough size 0-2 black dresses for all the women at the Golden Globes? (Bonus picture of The Best Chris included) - (Celebitchy)

As a 5’1” potato-shaped person, I look at Allison Janney on a regular day and sigh with envy. When she’s all glammed up, though, I practically whimper with envy. LOOK AT HER! - (GFY)

I LOVE Saoirse’s pink and red (or dark orange? Hard to tell) color combo, but the dress itself is not my favorite. She, however, looks stunning in such a vibrant color. As does Gal Gadot in bright, sunny yellow! - (LG)

Murmurations are fascinating and beautiful and I’ve never been lucky enough to see one with thousands and thousands of birds. This photographer did and got an amazing shot. - (Bored Panda)

If you need to read something uplifting, here’s a lovely story Dan Rather forwarded on Facebook. Forgiveness, community, and hope are all there. - (NYT)

I find Twitter baffling. Baffling, but entertaining.

And this one:

NoNeinNyet has registered for three Cannonball Reads, but she posted her very first review for CBR10 with a perfect first book. It combines her passion for knitting with her love of books and her online friendships. Karie Westermann’s This Thing Of Paper: Eleven Knitting Patterns Inspired by Books links knitting patterns with the author’s research into the making of books and how the printing press changed them. What will be your first Cannonball Read review? (Cannonball Read 10)

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