Above: graph-based humorist Gillian Hemme let loose this excellent analysis of how Rush Limbaugh thinks birth-control pills work.
They are our future: check out the twenty-five most depressing Justin Bieber birthday tweets. No, it doesn't make you a bad person if you use the tweets of misguided tweens to make you feel better about yourself.
If you're desperately and perpetually alone but you can't even become a crazy cat lady because your landlord won't let you have pets (or if animals just don't like you, just like their human counterparts), check out the HelloGiggles kitty cam. They've just started walking and sprouting teeth!
Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn's phones were both hacked, and the hackers leaked racy photos from same. Fans of Mad Men and… that cable channel about video games… were reportedly delighted, although Hendricks' reps deny that the photos are her.
Gawker parodied said Munn captions most delightfully using pictures of cats and cheese.
Apparently Charles Dickens filled bookshelves with fake books for some reason. Titles included "Jonah's Account of the Whale," "The Gunpowder Magazine. 4 vols," "Miss Biffin on Deportment," and "Hansard's Guide to Refreshing Sleep, as many volumes as possible [sic.]" That is much more entertaining than simply buying books that make you look smart and leaving them on your shelf forever, Great Gatsby style.