The weekly link roundup is back! I'm sorry it's been a minute since I shared all of the things I have loved on the Internet lately, but alas I have been... Some kind of mix of lazy and busy. Does that make sense? Anyway, it's been warm and delightful in New York these past few days, so most of the links I'm sharing this week are about things that make me thoughtful and happy—including baby animals, Jennifer Hudson and #dadbod. Enjoy and have a lovely weekend.
Everyone is talking about DADBOD. Even The Atlantic.
Okay so, this video of JAMES CORDON AND JENNIFER HUDSON DOING CARPOOL KARAOKE came out like 3 weeks ago, but still. It brings me so much joy I can't even tell you. I think it will put you in a great mindset to take a drive this weekend...
I'd never be the first one to recommend anyone head over to Buzzfeed for a good think piece, but this essay, THE DICKS OF OUR LIVES, has a more NSFW title than the content really belies, and takes examines feelings that pretty much any woman my age has grappled with at this point.
In case you want to know where all the tagged sharks are—including MARY LEE THE GREAT WHITE WHO IS CHILLING OFF THE COAST OF JERSEY—this is the website for you.
It's official, and it's time to stop. HUMBLEBRAGGING DOESN'T WORK. Science (of Us) says so.
If you need an eye candy Instagram account to follow, might I suggest, IHAVETHISTHINGWITHFLOORS.
Also, you need to see TINA FEY IN HER #LASTDRESSEVER on David Letterman. She is just so wonderful and is probably entirely correct in describing shapewear as "almost medical."
And to conclude—just one last video, but I promise it's a good one. Please, please rejoice in A MALE ORANGUTAN ACTING LIKE A PARENT TO SOME TIGER CUBS. This has to be one of the most adorable things I have ever seen. God bless the people who post animal videos on their Facebook walls all the time, you're a special and treasured kind of person.