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The #Facegains Obsession, Couples That Practice ‘Choreplay’ and the Foot-Related Problem with Quentin Tarantino

You guys see that tweet about the about couple trading housework for sexual favors? Allow me to refresh:

Yeah, turns out that was a bit by a mommy blogger named Karen Alpert, aka Baby Sideburns — and thank God for that, because no one in their right mind would use this type of “choreplay” as their preferred division of labor, would they?

Oh, but they would.

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Chris Evans: WYD, Man?

You were on top of the world, Chris. You were Captain America, for chrissakes. And then you go and do this:

So you can go and do this?:

Sure, that trailer doesn’t look so bad, and The Red Sea Diving Resort is an important true-life refugee drama, as Tim Grierson writes. But it’s actually quite a dull film — and a sign that maybe Evan’s post-Cap career isn’t off to the best start.

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Share Your Blood

Hospitals can have all the talent, all the tech and all the money in the world, but if they don’t have blood, they’re screwed. In fact, every two seconds, there’s a doctor looking to administer the red stuff. Unfortunately, most people are scared to give blood, which is why hospitals are always running low. But giving blood doesn’t have to be terror-inducing, you guys. With the help of this handy blood-donation guide, you’ll be a pro in no time.

The Grass is Always Greener

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Sit and Spin

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Dude Just Loves Feet

Look, love him or hate him, Quentin Tarantino is a Foot Guy:

Under normal circumstances that wouldn’t be a problem, but given his status as one of the most well-known directors in Hollywood with a penchant for giving feet the creep treatment on screen and off, it’s cramping the style for average, foot-loving Joes everywhere.