Is it indecent to write “Nipple” in the title of a blog post? I hope not.

Here’s me making a duckface with a chicken who couldn’t make a duckface with me because he’s a chicken whose face can’t move:

Speaking of chickens, regard: a photograph of some rescued battery hens wearing sweaters.

Awwww. Say no to nuggets!

And on to the post…

Well friends, after almost 2 years of relentlessly live-Tweeting every notable (and not-so-notable) life moment, every cute animal I’ve run into on the street, and countless bits of random online hilarity, I’ve finally hit 7000 followers on Twitter.

Angelina Jolie’s right leg, on the other hand (foot?) had over 22,000 followers at (Word)press time, less than 24 hours after the account was established.

This undoubtedly secures Angie’s leg as the true star of last night’s Academy Awards. In my mind, at least — which is pretty much the same thing as the entirety of the Internet, anyway.

J-Lo’s Nipple has a modest 3,376 followers at the moment, which is strange to me because her (her?) Tweets are a lot more entertaining than Leg’s. And the slip itself is way more controversial – did it happen, didn’t it? Controversy always plays well across multiple platforms.

Jennifer Lopez’s nipple must be Canadian.

This is what Angelina Jolie would look like if both of her legs were showing, courtesy of some guy on Reddit:

And this is what Angelina Jolie’s leg would look like in a bowl of mushroom soup:

Cream of Jolie! Make your own leg-bomb here.

For me, the memefication of Jolie’s has proven, once again, that the web is making contemporary TV relevant for my generation. The only reason I even tuned in to the Academy Awards at all was so that the Twitter jokes in my stream would make sense. “Can’t anybody just watch shows anymore?” asked my dad.

Nope. We need to participate. Be seen. Voice off. Feel like PART of the action.

If I hadn’t already produced a story about this (two years ago) I’d do it right now. Maybe I still shall, in a different format. And, you know, better. (scrub to minute 8-ish)

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    I would be remiss not to tell you right now who I feel was best dressed, since every other blogger already has…

    Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton, Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace and Viola Davis in Vera Wang round out the top three for me, followed by Jessica Chastain in Alexander McQueen, Gwyneth Douchetard in Tom Ford, Kristen Wiig in J. Mendel, Tina Fey in Carolina Herrera (PEPLUM!), and Emma Stone in Giambattista Valli (NECK BOW!).

    Contenders for LOL’s worst dressed would include this chick, this chick and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman… if we were mean like that… or had enough authority to actually call anybody the “worst” of anything.


    At The Old Mill w/ @laurenonizzle. Best Mill EVER!

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