Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Photographic Proof That Fassbender is Fun in the Shower


Ah, it's good to be back.  Behold, links!

Facebook is enabling you to declare your organ donor status on your Timeline - or even sign up if you're not one already.  MelBivDevoe likes this.  (Gizmodo)

Guess which websites are more likely than porn sites to give your computer a virus?  (The Raw Story)

This study claims that sleeping for nine hours or longer each night helps to prevent obesity.  Because the longer you sleep, the less time you spend eating?  (The Telegraph)

Well, so much for dropping your cable or satellite to watch shows on Hulu instead.  Looks like Hulu might be requiring a subscription to one of those services in the future.  (Warming Glow)

Planning your summer vacation yet?  How about a food pilgrimage to all 50 states?  (Grub Street)

Topless Robot has rounded up the 10 Nerdiest Cooking Accessories.  I purchased #1 for my brother for Christmas last year, because I am an awesome sister.  (Topless Robot)

If you're celebrating Cinco de Mayo this weekend, try one of these drinks.   I recommend the hot chocolate with the chiles - it tastes better than it sounds.  (Huffington Post)

In an interview with Esquire UK, Michael Fassbender proclaims a love for dancing, admits he's seduced by temptations, basically melts panties (and some boxers as well, I'm sure) around the globe.  (Celebitchy)

Yesterday, Pinky mentioned a site called "Sluts Across America."  Today, with the move to reclaim that word in mind, this writer asks, "Can 'Slut' Be Reformed?"  (Salon)

The New Yorker asked its readers to submit one word to be eliminated from the English language.  Surprisingly, they didn't pick "adorkable," which gets my vote.  (New Yorker)

Words you don't want to hear from a TSA agent: "There's an anomaly in the crotch area."  (The Atlantic)

It has been scientifically proven that looking at images of Paul Rudd can significantly improve one's mood.  Don't believe me?  Here's proof.  (Pajiba)

Here's a collection of movie stars in their very first film appearances. Look at young Jeff Goldblum!

There've been several "Siri" videos making the rounds lately. This one might be my favorite so far.

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