Things We Saw Today: Meet Martha, The 125-Pound Mastiff Who Was Very Rudely Named World’s “Ugliest Dog”
Martha, a 125-pound mastiff with a saggy visage, wins 29th annual World’s Ugliest Dog Contest. https://t.co/31tMP1FokW
— The Associated Press (@AP) June 24, 2017
The official World’s Ugliest Dog competition took place yesterday in Petaluma, California. Martha up there “won” the title, but as far as awards go, this one seems pretty darn rude. We’re with @WeRateDogs on this one. Stunning as h*ck.
Martha is stunning how h*ckin dare you. 13/10 https://t.co/9uABQXgjwa
— WeRateDogs™ 🏳️🌈 (@dog_rates) June 24, 2017
This woman was kicked out of her own apartment complex’s swimming pool for wearing a one-piece swimsuit. I have two questions: 1) At this point, what are women allowed to wear in public, and 2) Why is everything terrible? (Someecards)
The headline here reads “Angela Lansbury Might Co-Star in BBC’s Little Women Miniseries — But, Be Honest, We Had You at Angela Lansbury” and they are CORRECT. (Via Vulture)
Google has said they’ll stop reading your emails for targeted Gmail ad material. Which is a reminder that Google has been reading your emails. (Bloomberg)
Artist Brian Kesinger just created the mashup of our Alan Tudyk-filled dreams! (Via NerdApproved)
Voiceover legend Rob Paulsen gave a lesson in how to talk like Pinky & the Brain’s Pinky. Are you all pondering what I’m pondering? (Via Nerdist)
The group Film Fatales put together a comprehensive list of all the films currently streaming on Netflix USA that were directed by women, just in case you’re looking for some criteria to plan your weekend movie marathons around. (Via Film Fatales)
Today was a lot of Johnny Depp, Sean Spicer, and Republican lawmakers. I’m sorry, friends. Here’s a baby elephant chasing birds by way of apology from me to you.
— IM🍑HIM (@ziyatong) June 23, 2017
What did you all see out there on this fine–or blazingly hot, depending on your location–Saturday?
(featured image: screengrab, AP)
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