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You Can Already Guess What Jeremy Renner's Favorite Curse Word Is, Can't You?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 11, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 11, 2015 |

The Victoria’s Secret fashion show was your typical display of Carnival peacocks in impractical underwear, but in terms of crazy impracticality, this full body suit may take the cake. (Go Fug Yourself)

Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould would REALLY like you to buy the Better Call Saul box set. I would watch any infomercial hosted by these two. They’re delightful. (Uproxx)

James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe both shaved their heads and I can’t stop imagining them rubbing scalps to see how fuzzy it feels. (Lainey)

Did you think you couldn’t like Jeremy Renner any less? This Maxim interview would like to test you on that. Renner was asked what his favorite curse word is, and I know a lot of you oversees filthmouths have a different relationship with the c-word, but for an American actor who doesn’t have the best reputation in terms of how he seems to view women, that is NOT the smartest choice. (Celebitchy)

Bloomingdale’s: your one-stop shop for chic designer wear and rape jokes. (BuzzFeed)

William Shatner is “actively” trying to make a Star Trek musical/variety show happen. (Mary Sue)

Aziz Ansari’s New York Times piece about race in the entertainment industry is beautiful. (NYT)

Guard your tear ducts for the greatest, most feelings-laced Gene Roddenberry story ever. (The Oatmeal)

Some unsolicited but completely valid (if at this point, useless) life advice for the wives of Henry VIII. (The Toast)

This is the world we live in: one in which 5,000 people have bought clip-in man bun hair extensions. (Geekologie)

On the list of things I had never thought of before but am now fascinated by, how insects breathe is pretty near the top. (Noticing)

For Veterans Day, Beth Ellen recommends Redeployment by Phil Klay. This collection of short stories about Marines fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan won the 2014 National Book Award. "They are brutal, honest, and fairly quick tales from the front lines, to leave, to marines coping after leaving the armed forces." Check out this five-star review. (Cannonball Read 7)

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