Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Censorship Fish Does Not Approve of Your Canoodling


Censorship Fish would also not approve of this first link. This is one skeevy way to pick up chicks, but if, oh, Ryan Gosling tried this approach on me? It would WORK. (Celebitchy)

Didja catch the "How I Met Your Mother" season finale this week?  Are you left with lots of burning questions, like, for example, "Whaaaaat??" Perhaps this interview with co-creator Craig Thomas can ease your mind. (Vulture)

Speaking of mothers, I'm not 100% certain I want to be one someday.  (Awkward segue achieved!)  The author of this think piece has long known she'll never be one, and she hopes you'll respect her decision.  (CNN)

Here's a collection of gorgeous minimalist posters for Hayao Miyazaki.  He's the brilliant man who brought you "Ponyo," "Spirited Away," and more.  (The Art of Animation)

Our nation's most talented athletes are gearing up for the Summer Olympics, and Vogue has a fantastic photo spread that shows off all their finest, um, assets.  (Vogue)

Louis C.K. did another "Ask Me Anything" chat on Reddit, continues to rock my world.  (Reddit)

Two things about this next link.  1. Who doesn't want to party with Nick Offerman???  and 2. Adam Scott's beard is kinda working for me.  (Uproxx)

Sometimes cover songs are just better than the originals.  Gary Jules's "Mad World" from "Donnie Darko" is a perfect example.  Here's a list of several others that improve on their originals.  (Pajiba)

Whoa, this lady posted a bad review of a church and is now being sued for $500,000!  Well, that will totally improve the church's image - way to go, guys!  (TheRawStory)

Here's a nifty little charging station you can make out of a bread box.  No more tangled cords - but now where do I put my bread?  (Lifehacker)

Fresh out of college and looking for a place to live?  The Atlantic has a list of 15 cities perfect for new graduates.  (The Atlantic)

Over on the Gloss, they're playing their weekly game of "F*ck, Marry, Kill" with the boys from the Archie comics.  Somehow George Orwell got thrown into the hilarious mix.  (The Gloss)

Sometimes it ain't easy to be a superhero.

I've had this song stuck in my head for days.  The video, starring a very young group of fans, was made as a tribute to MCA.  Listen, all y'all, it's a SABOTAGE!

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