Now You: Last Meal


This one’s easy for me:


4 extra crispy chicken legs

Mashed potatoes with extra gravy

2 biscuits with gravy

Green beans

Coke from a nearby McDonalds because I don’t fuck with Pepsi


What would your last meal be?

Photo Credit: KFC

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If Gigi Hadid Isn’t Comfortable Being Naked, What Chance Do We Mere Mortals Have?

Gigi Hadid is a supermodel and has 43 million followers on Instagram, but she still doesn’t like
being naked. In fact, she doesn’t seem to be very happy with her body at all. Page Six had details
from a Vogue conference where she opened up about it.

“I loved my body when I was curvier and then as I lost it people were still mean. Yeah, I know I’m skinny,” Hadid said, addressing her haters. “I’m looking in the mirror, I’m trying to eat burgers and do squats. I want an ass, too. I get it, I got it, thank you.”


“Some people are empowered and excited to be naked, and that is amazing. I wish I was one of those people, and I’m not one of those people, and I’ve accepted that about myself and that’s OK.”

Not that she needs to ask us, but we don’t think Gigi needs to change a thing.

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💥 @versace 💥💥

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golden ♉

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Wikipedia Doesn’t Want Victoria’s Secret Model Elena Matei, but We Do

Wikipedia is a weird website. It’s one of the most visited websites in the world, but it’s mostly run by unpaid volunteers, and that means people who are willing to do a lot of work for nothing but a tiny amount of power to lord over other people. What could go wrong?

One of the things that went wrong is that Elena Matei’s Wikipedia entry was denied because she’s not “notable” enough, despite appearing in Russell James’ book Angels. Here’s how Wikipedia put it:

This submission’s references do not show that the subject qualifies for a Wikipedia article—that is, they do not show significant coverage (not just passing mentions) about the subject in published, reliable, secondary sources that are independent of the subject (see the guidelines on the notability of people). Before any resubmission, additional references meeting these criteria should be added (see technical help). If no additional references exist, the subject is not suitable for Wikipedia.

The rejected article has 24 sources, many of which are interviews with Matei, and the user who declined the article claims to be part of a project to turn “red links” about women into “blue links,” which means making Wikipedia pages about women who don’t have them but are mentioned in other articles. Women like Elena Matei, who has a red link on the List of Victoria’s Secret Models page.

Wikipedia may not want Elena, but we do.

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If I collect anything, it's lingerie. Paz de la Huerta

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Such a happiness and a joy to be part of ANGELS❤ READ THIS!!! Repost from @russelljames using @RepostRegramApp – The last 4 years I have worked every spare moment I have had in a project if passion I call ‘Angels Collectors Edition’. It’s quite surreal that tomorrow I will finally be previewing my first true Limited Edition Collectors Book and new fine art collection. The book will only ever be 1000 Limited Editions and 200 ‘art’ editions. The art collection already has requests to tour the world. I’m so grateful to everyone who made this possible. And most especially and of course, to all the amazing women who have collaborated with me to create this most humbling collection – Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Alexina Graham, Behati Prinsloo, Bella Hadid, Candice Swanepoel, Carolyn Murphy, Catherine McNeil, Chelsea Salmon, Cindy Crawford, Constance Jablonski, Elaine Irwin, Elena Matei, Elsa Hosk, Gigi Hadid, Gizele Oliveira, Hailey Baldwin, Heidi Klum, Hilary Rhoda, Isabeli Fontana, Jasmine Tookes, Josephine Skriver, Julia Stegner, Kendall Jenner, Lais Ribeiro, Lily Aldridge, Lily Donaldson, Magdalena Frackowiak, Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd, Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Sara Sampaio, Stella Maxwell, Taylor Hill, Toni Garrn, Vita Sidorkina As my co-host for tomorrow @cindycrawford points out in her foreword for the book, there is a whole lot of shared trust in these pages. I look forward to the premiere tomorrow night and sharing more with everyone soon. #angelsfineartcollection

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Long leggggggggssssss😝💃see you soon #newyork

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I don’t know about you, but I’d give her a Wikipedia page if she asked.

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Teen Bakes Grandfather’s Ashes Into Cookies for Classmates

This story has everything: teenagers, a police investigation, and cannibalism.

See, a California teen baked her late grandfather's ashes into sugar cookies.

She then brought these cookies to school and handed them out for classmates to eat.

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Someone is believed to have baked her own grandfather's ashes into sugar cookies.

That someone was a female high school student at Da Vinci Charter Academy, a public charter school in California.

Because she is a minor, she has remained unidentified -- which is good.

What is not so good is that she brought the sugar cookies in to school and handed them out to at least nine other students.

Some of the students are said to have eaten the cookies unaware of what they contained.

But some of the students apparently knew exactly what they were getting.

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Davis Police Lt. Paul Doroshov confirmed that the unorthodox ingredient wasn't a shock to all of the students.

"Some students knew beforehand and still consumed the cookies," Doroshov confirmed to the L.A. Times.

Some who heard this story of course wondered if the cookies genuinely contained human remains, or it if was some prank.

When asked if the claim was credible, Doroshov reportedly sighed.

"Yeah," he affirmed.

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Curiously, apparently another female student was involved in bringing the cookies to school.

it's unclear why she was involved, as the two young women are not related.

Regardless, police were at a loss to categorize what happened as a crime.

Some considered a California law regarding the improper disposal of remains.

Others suggested that some sort of public nuisance charge would be more appropriate.

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Ultimately, it appears that no real harm was done and that this was the result of juvenile impulsiveness.

In light of that, police have reportedly left it up to the school to figure out how to respond to something like this happening.

As weird as this sounds to all of us, a lot of adolescent behavior is incomprehensible to adults.

The brain is still maturing and hormones are more or less in charge.

Still, multiple people have heard this story and openly wondered whatever happened to baking marijuana into food "like a normal person."

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One of the students who ate one of these yikes-worthy cookies (just in time for Halloween, no less) spoke about the experience.

He said that the cookies had visible gray flakes within them.

Apparently the act of eating the cookies reminded him of chewing on sand as a child at the beach.

He described being able to feel granules crunching against his molars.

Our only response to that is to say, in contemporary internet parlance: Thanks, I hate it!

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In a letter to parents, Da Vinci Charter Academy Principal Tyler Millsap addressed the issue.

"This issue going on right now has been particularly challenging and our staff has responded appropriately," he wrote.

He praised staff for responding "in the most respectful and dignified way possible for all the students and families involved."

"I can say that those who were involved are remorseful," he confirmed.

"And," he concluded. "This is now a personal family matter and we want to respect the privacy of the families involved."

He also pointed out that there is fortunately no health risk.

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This sort of thing should not happen again. You can make seasonal cookies in October without including cremated remains.

In part, it's about consent -- people should know what they're eating.

In part, it's about respect for the dead and for her own family.

We know that, for centuries, powder made from Egyptian mummies was regularly consumed all across Europe as a "medicine."

That does not mean that it was good for anyone or that it should happen again.

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