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First, your brain will never be fresh enough. Also, townspeople with pitchforks will interrupt at least one romantic evening you within the first six months, and if you don't like double-blind studies, try not to bring it up. And if you fail to follow the scientific method on anything, they'll notice and quietly judge you. Other than that, lots of laughs.
This is amazing, because we've needed a new Angelina Jolie since Taking Lives. How did Hearst Magazines know? We didn't say anything to Car and Driver or Popular Mechanics about it.
In Mitt Romney's defense, the lack of depth has made this happen by default. It might have happened anyway -- it probably would have happened anyway -- but a lot of elderly cartoon ducks passed on running because they didn't think they could beat Obama.
This, of course, is exactly how The Guardian's book critic felt after watching Tintin. It's a phrase we should think about retiring when it comes to not caring for some aspect of an Oscar hopeful.
Jay-Z wants you to know that this tweet doesn't work without him. The 'crazy' pun -- it doesn't work if his name isn't Jay-Z.
Slipping that last #inseason in is a very smooth use of the humble brag. But we're all stocked up on parsnip recipes over here, really. We should be giving New York parsnip recipes, that's how many we have.
Kim Novak would like a word with you.
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