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Things We Saw Today: Stranger Things’ Baby Eleven Loves Her Eggos

Our friend has superpowers, and she squeezed your tiny bladder with her mind. #StrangerThings #eleven

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Stranger Things all the things. This adorable photo of a baby dressed up as Eleven holding Eggos just has us dying in the TMS Slack. Dying, I say. (via Fashionably Geek)

  • Speaking of Stranger Things, this completely awesome Charlie Brown-styled fanart of the characters from Stranger Things feels very appropriate, don’t you think? (via Nerdist)
  • Will you be heading up to Washington Depot, Connecticut (the town that inspired Stars Hollow) for the Gilmore Girls Fan Fest? (via Nerdist)

Check out this video of a hamster totally owning the first level of Super Mario Bros. So cute! (via The Daily Dot)

  • So uh, apparently 40FT Brewery will be making a special ale brewed from Roald Dahl’s body yeast. It’s for a special “Dinner at the Twits” interactive theater event. Uh… bottoms up? (via Boing Boing)
  • Ibram Kendi, assistant professor of African American history at the University of Florida, penned an open letter to Nate Parker, who recently opened up about being tried for raping a drunk fellow student at Pennsylvania State University in 1999. (via African American Intellectual History Society)

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