With a few visits to the thrift store, you too can have a new Barb-ie doll!
*Now with free sense of moral superiority!
Ayesha Curry is the wife of basketball star Steph Curry and now she has her own cooking show. She's got a reputation for being a woman of the utmost respectability. She has a food and lifestyle blog, and she's not afraid to call out the rest of society for "barely wearing clothes these days." Thanks to her new cooking show, she's at the center of this hilarious, judgey meme.
The description that was posted with this picture on Facebook reads:
We are celebrating today because Lauren has gone one week without someone saying something mean to her about baby weight gain. That's a new record. Big day is only 9 weeks away!
A week without having something mean said to her is a new record? Great job, guys, way to get someone excited about bringing a new baby into the world. At least the comments seem more supportive, so it's not all bad.
'Watership Down' is a terrifying movie based on a book by Richard Adams about a community of rabbits finding their way in the world. It usually has cute rabbits on the cover so it's usually mistaken for a children's book but the world of Watership Down is brutal and not all of the happy little bunnies survive.
But... it's about bunnies so that makes it a great Easter film, right? That's what someone at Channel 5 in England must have thought when they scheduled the movie to run in the afternoon on Easter day.
Naturally, some families were outraged but others just enjoyed the irony of the programming.
via @ChronMark, @TheBruthaVoodoo, @parkerfoye, @Alrightpunk
Others support the movie and think parents these days are too sensitive.
via @barefootmower, @SamHodkin, @cjpaterson
For those of you who haven't seen it, please, watch the trailer and imagine little kids watching this with their families on a lazy Easter afternoon.
Australia's prime minister,Malcolm Turnbull, just came up with a new campaign premise that 'Veep' fans will be a little too familiar with. He talks about keeping continuity... but also changing, something that Julia Louise-Dreyfus's character on 'Veep' also promised.
You can see him explain it right here:
Actors and creators involved on the show, 'Veep', commented on how surprised they were that this turned into a real political talking point. Maybe they were too good at parodying politics?
via @simonblackwell, @frankrichny, @OfficialJLD
In preparation for a final episode, the Mythbusters team reunited to say goodbye and relive some of the amazing and explosive moments on the show:
It's the moment you've all been waiting for, Tituss Burgess has released his own brand of pinot noir. If you've been searching for the perfect drink to go with your caviar, just hop in your mid-sized car and go pick up some Pino by Tituss.
It even has it's own theme song.