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We May Now Live In a World Where We Have to Take Kim Kardashian Seriously

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 7, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 7, 2015 |

Dustin has the SUPER awkward story of the time nearly every writer on SNL wrote Kelsey Grammer a sketch involving a shark attack, not knowing that Grammer’s brother was killed by a shark. (Uproxx)

The Fug Girls posit the hypothetical meeting of Kristen Stewart and Tilda Swinton and I very much want this to be real. (Go Fug Yourself)

This should be surprising to no one, but Lindsay Lohan never finished those community service hours. Because celebrities: they’re just like us! Except when it comes to being held accountable for their actions. (DListed)

Women of the world apparently cannot keep their mouths to themselves when Prince Harry is nearby. Women, I feel this is something we need to get under control immediately. (Lainey)

During his 20/20 interview, Bruce Jenner said he believes his family is going to change the world, and that may actually be happening. Kim Kardashian, for one, has started advocating for mental illness awareness and. And while I so badly don’t want to live in a world where I have to take Kim Kardashian seriously as an actual contributor to society, this is still pretty great. (HuffPo)

Someone dumped sugar all over Adam Levine which is either a superfan’s literal interpretation of a song or just the reaction most of us would have to the presence of Adam Levine. (Celebitchy)

I’m pretty ashamed at how badly I want this ’80s-style Walking Dead to be real.

I don’t necessarily agree with this argument of why the feminist critiques of Black Widow are wrong, but it’s an interesting, well laid out read. (Washington Post)

Someone reimagined Nick Cave’s “Red Right Hand” as a Dr. Seuss book, and it’s upsettingly perfect. (Flavorwire)

Pajiban Marlene Sowder (aka jessllama) has published her latest book, Mirror, and Cannonball Read is on it! Check out katie71483’s review of Mirror and Sowder’s other works, Candy Dish and Hamburgers for Thanksgiving. Kudos, Marlene! (Cannonball Read 7)

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