What In the World Could Tom Brady Possibly Have Against Strawberries?
Wow, Brett Butler has come along way, from TV superstar to homeless to now picking up the pieces. She’s been cast on How to Get Away With Murder, and Shonda Rhimes famously does not work with assholes, so hopefully Butler has seriously changed since her Grace Under Fire days. (Uproxx)
Scroll through these pictures of Winona Ryder and Millie Brown loving each other and feel all the feelings. (Lainey)
Tom Brady has never eaten a strawberry. Is Tom Brady the real life Charlie Kelly? (Celebitchy)
I love ice cream, and I love cheese, but I am totally happy to live in the 21st Century, where those things are able to remain separate.
Nelly has some major IRS problems, but his fans figured out how to make Spotify pay his debts. (DListed)
It’s a Game of Thrones feminism roundup! (Revelist)
Is this the best Twitter exchange ever? It really, really might be.
This is possibly my favorite twitter exchange ever pic.twitter.com/01djtz4j2K— Brayden Neubauer (@Braydenominator) September 12, 2016
Here’s an interesting piece on the difficulties surrounding “coming out” as polyamorous. (Fusion)
A reminder that Pee-Wee’s Playhouse was filthy. Like, all the time. (AV Club)
This is incredible: a paralyzed woman just completed a half marathon using a robotic exoskeleton. (H/T Mswas) (Slate)
This woman has been holding the same sign at Pride for 30 years. (BuzzFeed)
Based on other Cannonball Read reviews, Borisanne had been expecting (and bracing herself for) something "super duper effed up," when she read The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins. "…it’s dark and horrifying and confusing and complex, but still really fricking readable." She texted about 20 of her closest friends when she was halfway through this and couldn’t stop reading: "It’s as if Margaret Atwood wrote a Neil Gaiman book." Sound good to you? Go find out more in her five-star review. (Cannonball Read 8)