The Internet is Real Mad at…



Robin Thicke, who was caught blurring the lines of marriage (see what I did there!) when he hit the dance floor at Club 79 in Paris. Taking a page from the Kristin Stewart Guide To How To Get Caught Cheating, Thicke was snapped kissing a lady that’s not his Mrs.

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Juan Pablo Galavais, who chatted with a reporter from The TV Page (who?) at a network party and said that a gay man would not make for a good Bachelor, telling the reporter (who verbally agreed with him) that homosexuals are “more pervert in a sense”.

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Esquire Magazine, which posted an article titled The Straight Man’s Guide to HBO’s Looking. In it, writer Mike Stingley, gave a bevy of cringeworthy quotes including, “You’ll be praying for a car chase and checking your phone a lot watching this,” and “…after four episodes there is not one reference to The Wizard of OzAll About Eve, or Barbara Streisand”.

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Liam Payne, who had to endure an onslaught of Twitterfare after posting a Tweet to a Duck Dynasty cast member that included a shout to the “family values [they] still all behold”. Besides meaning to say uphold, Payne also neglected the power of his reach, forcing himself to backpedal with an onslaught of kinda/sorta/half-assey apologies.

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Google, who sent out a now-leaked company-wide email that gave its employees talking points (Ex: “I am so proud to live in San Francisco and be a part of this community”) in regards to a public hearing on shuttle regulations for their private transit lines. The addendum: feel free to add your own style and opinion.

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Shia LaBeouf, who keeps on keeping on.

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Justin Bieber, who… who cares!


Joan Rivers, who called the sole heir to the Kardashian/West empire an “ugly” baby, noting that she’d “never seen a six-month-old so desperately in need of a waxing.”

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