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I know Halloween feels like it was a million years ago at this point, but I’m still not over Chrissy Tiegen as Guy Fieri.
I have decided I want Prince Harry to marry this veteran. Also: we learn that he gives what are clearly The Best Hugs.
I’ll just leave this here: How to Keep Your Guy from Removing the Neck Ribbon that Keeps Your Head Tied On.
Sufjan Stevens and Gallant covered “Hotline Bling”. Yes, they did.
I assume you will want to take this Which Taylor Swift BFF Are You? quiz. (I got Lorde!)
I quite enjoyed this piece about Adele’s fantastic Rolling Stone cover and its total lack of male gaze.
A painting of 42 cats, hilariously titled “My Wife’s Lovers” sold at Sotheby’s for over $800,000 this week. Yep.
Also in the world of art, here is an interesting article about The Renwick Gallery and how Jacqueline Kennedy saved The White House and most 19th century buildings in Washington D.C. from being demolished.
I know you want to see photos and read the exuberant post about the cast of The Baby-Sitters Club movie reuniting!
This Buzzfeed article about the reality of being a volunteer escort at an abortion clinic is well-worth a read.
The EW cover for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is out this week, and it alerts us to the fact that Americans don’t say muggle in Harry Potter world. They say “No Maj.” Which is obviously sub-par to “muggle” and is J.K. Rowling’s way of reminding the world that American slang, when compared to British slang, is just sad and dumb.
The Toast’s Mallory Ortberg has blessed us with Sexual Overtures from An Alien Unfamiliar With the Human Body and Desserts I Have Been Horrified By on The Great British Bake-Off.
Carrie Brownstein is apparently an ordained minister and a couple asked her to marry them AT HER BOOK SIGNING and Amy Poehler was there and played piano AND WHY DIDN’T I THINK OF DOING THIS FOR MY WEDDING.
Because it’s Movember, here’s a video of men’s (facial) hair trends throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The model, Samuel Orson, is not a bad looking person. Enjoy!
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