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Once upon a time, a girl named Jennifer Lawrence wondered where the pizza at. Then she found the pizza. Then she ate the pizza. The end. Via Meredith BKLYN
Pope Francis continued his reign as the Coolest Pope Ever yesterday, when he let an F-bomb fly during his Sunday prayer to followers gathered in St. Peter’s Square. Well, to be fair, maybe it wasn’t completely intentional, but we’ll let that slide. Show More Summary
The phrase “women’s golf” might make you flail around like Kermit the Frog and try to click away to The Chive, but stick with me for a second. This is Paula Creamer draining a ridiculous 75-foot putt to win the HSBS Womens Championship in Singapore, her first win since the 2010 US Womens Open and her first win EVER via absurdist trick shot.
As with every awards ceremony, there was plenty to dislike about this year’s Oscars. It was long and tedious, there were technical mishaps, Zac Efron was allowed to “talk,” and Ellen may or may not be your cup of tea. But there was also plenty to like, from dogs pooping to J-Law falling to Bill Murray hijacking to Matthew McConaughey winning/speaking.
Put on your rage hat because apparently the Port Authority has killed around 20,000 animals over the past 2 years. Why? Because they’re monsters, that’s why. Via NY Post: The agency shotgunned a northern harrier at New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport — even though the hawk is endangered in the state, according to 2012-13 data obtained through a Freedom of Information request.
Getty Image A San Fernando Valley roller rink employee was arrested on charges of false imprisonment and attempted lewd act on a child after allegations surfaced that he had fondled the feet of over 200 young boys. Jesus. I can’t even think of 200 people I know. Show More Summary
It truly was McConaughey Day. Matthew McConaughey brought home the Academy Award for Best Actor last night and delivered an acceptance speech worthy of six or seven more statues. He gave a touching tribute to his deceased dad, thanked...Show More Summary
This version of Matthew McConaughey is my hero, and will always be my hero. Via @leahkpickett
When I first saw Jared Leto at the Oscars tonight I immediately thought of the 1987 television series Beauty and the Beast, however some eagle-eyed person on Twitter absolutely nailed it with this side-by-side comparison to Dogma’s “Buddy...Show More Summary
Is it wrong that I would watch a buddy sex comedy with Bill Murray and Amy Adams? Didn’t think so. Anyway, leave it to Murray to make the Oscars first (and hopefully not only) mention of Harold Ramis. I’m going to be mess during the In Memoriam segment. I’m going to be mess during the In Memoriam segment.
Tonight’s The Walking Dead focused on Daryl and Beth and their goings on. There’s character development stuff, but the most notable event was Daryl testing out his golf swing on a walker’s head. Although I’m sure many will find this GIF useful.
The time I spent staring at Kevin Spacey’s face is the longest I’ve ever gone without looking at J-Law. Via Twitter
Just look at Benedict Cumberbatch photobombing the sht out of U2. U2 has no idea what is going on right now. Benedict’s name makes me feel fancy. I’m typing this with my pinky fingers out. Via Twitter
Even Meryl Streep couldn’t resist dancing along to Pharrell singing at the Academy Awards. I admit, I was nodding my head a little bit. Only a little bit, but that was because I was too busy dancing with the cats in my living room. Don’t you dare judge me. Via Vine
The most Ellen of Ellen monologues was outstandingly tame, and then came the Jonah Hill dick joke. That is the last time a sentence about the Oscars will end with “Jonah Hill dick joke.” Hopefully.
“We Fall For Jennifer Lawrence All Over Again.” You’re welcome for that, E! Online. Banner via
Look at Pharrell rocking shorts with his tuxedo. Pretty much anyone on Earth could try to pull of shorts in a tuxedo and fail, but Pharrell just kills it. Let’s go in for a closer look. Via Getty
Breakout star and Oscar nominee Barkhad Abdi is attending all the awards shows, but has no money to show for it. Via Yahoo: Abdi has been widely praised for his role in “Captain Phillips” as the desperate pirate Muse, and even ad-libbed the film’s signature line: “I’m the captain now.” But a New Yorker story reveals that he is now struggling to support himself.
Dana Snay, a Boston College student and part-time Starbucks barista, cost her family an $80,000 settlement by bragging to her 1,200 Facebook friends about the outcome, which just happened to be confidential. OOPS. Her father, Patrick...Show More Summary
Sometimes kids are the worst things walking the Earth, and sometimes they’re the most surprisingly awesome. I think we know which side this kid falls and it’s about to get a bit dusty in here. Via CBS: At the Ohio Air National Guard base near Toledo, Lt. Col. Frank Dailey still can’t believe the honor recently bestowed upon him.