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  • Sarah
    started a topic The Core Four (and more): The Post-Creek Gossip Thread

    The Core Four (and more): The Post-Creek Gossip Thread

    It's almost too late; he's running out of time to take her back!

    HEADED TO THE ALTAR: Katie Holmes and longtime beau Chris Klein are engaged, per the New York Post. No word on when the winsome twosome will get hitched, they've been together for five years.
    December 30, 2003 -- THE holidays put Katie Holmes and Chris Klein in a marrying mood. The perky "Pieces of April" star was in her hometown of Toledo, Ohio, over Christmas, hanging out at the local Banana Republic with a childhood pal and sporting a respectably sized diamond engagement ring, a spy tells us. Holmes, who just turned 25, and "American Pie" star Klein, 24, have been dating for five years. A rep for Holmes confirmed the happy news.

  • Res
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    OMG - the Raptors victory parade is insane! Estimated crowd: 2 million. It was supposed to start at Exhibition Grounds, go along Lake Shore, then York, then University, ending at Nathan Phillips Square. The team was split up on 5 different buses. It took almost an hour to leave the Exhibition Grounds - - and 4.5 hours later they aren't anywhere near Nathan Phillips Sq. yet.
    CBC has been live the whole time - interviewing a wide cross section of people who had anything to do with the Raptors: former players, other news people, streeters, even the kid who asked Lowry what it is like being an icon for kids across Canada (well spoken kid - he works for CBC Kids).
    Drake's private jet was flying around for a few hours.

    Those poor people - I bet their phones are dying - some have been there since Saturday.

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  • IssieCol
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    He's been getting good press lately for being Woke J. Ava Duvernay had some really nice things to say about him on Twitter and then he was on an Oprah special with the rest of the cast of When They See us. I haven't made time to watch it yet, but it's doing extremely well for Netflix. I just need to get a weekend where I can cry for hours during the miniseries and then live in my feelings for a few hours after.

    Also, as a fan of the the team that constantly gets owned by the Warriors every year during the playoffs, it was extremely satisfying to see them get beat down by Toronto. Way to go, Canada!

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  • Res
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    The J celebrated the Raptors win with a woke pic: Screen Shot 2019-06-17 at 6.26.32 AM.png
    The language is Anishinaabemowin (Ojibway). It means big (chi) ancient (gete) snake with legs (okaadiginebigoog).
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  • Laura
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    Ah! Silver fox, wow! Aging more and more into Clooney, for reals.
    Letís hope he uses it wisely and and doesnít end up wasting his hotness again. This new role could be great for him but it does sound like another grown up angst-fest. Iíve given up hope of a comedy or sexy romp of a role from him.

    The Hating Game was a fun book and I hope I get to see the film. Just whatís needed in these grim-news times.

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  • LaaLaa
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    People shipped Nate on GG with anyone?

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  • dada_teacher
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    23 TV Love Triangles That You Still Have *Strong* Feelings About

    https://www.bustle.com/p/23-tv-love-...about-17921961

    Well, I think we still have strong feelings about a certain love triangle (THAT WE WON!) here.

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  • vanessa
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    I love books with adult problems, so I am going to try it on vacation and see.

    I like the new hair; more mature is a good look for him.

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  • Scullycat
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    5669FF08-20BA-4013-8D72-938B89D07C5C.jpeg So for those still wondering. Jodie and Josh are still going along. She was with him in NYC and apparently they had just returned from a vacation in Jamaica where they hung out with Grace Jones! Here is a photo from premiere of Central Park show

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  • IssieCol
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    I haven't started the book yet, but I'm not really looking forward to it and I'm sure reading it will be *good* for me, but it'll still feel like an assignment rather than something that I'm doing for fun or relaxation. I fell into a trashy book hole a few years ago and pretty much just read those anymore (with the occasional autobiography thrown in there). It's kinda sad, but they're so easy and their adult probs are always secondary to their romantic probs which always get solved by the end because everyone is rich and beautiful and has a good little heart. Trash books are my self-care during the trash Trump years for real.

    When I used to read books for actual adults, I loved this genre. BLL was awesome so I'm sure I'll like this one just fine. I really do trust Reese's taste though. Every adaptation she's done has been great and like I said on Twitter, I would have watched and enjoyed this regardless of The J. He's just a bonus.

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  • dada_teacher
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    The Hating Game is in production right now!

    I am in the middle. Too many adult problems get on my nerves but I can manage a few. I loved Big Little Lies the series but didn't read the book afterwards.

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  • ophy
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    If the 'adult problem' is that there's this insanely hot adult person at work that the other adult in question is competing for a job with but secretly wants to bang very much*, then that's the okay genre of 'adult problem' -- but anything in relation to non-bangable issues is a bit of a non-starter for me.




    * i.e. 'The Hating Game', 'Dating You Hating You', and also kind of 'Set It Up' the N'flix movie.





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  • LaaLaa
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    Um, same. I STRUGGLE with adult problems in fiction...and IRL.

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  • isadora
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    Oh, man, I'm gonna hate this book. LOL

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  • ophy
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    Ah! Silver fox, wow! Aging more and more into Clooney, for reals.



    Everyone LOVES this book! I did not love this book! I thought it was boring and I didn't care about any of the characters and it kept switching POVs and it had too many grown up problems and I hate grown ups so . . . but I fully acknowledge that everyone *else* loves this book, so yay for The J! It's probably going to get the Big Little Lies* level of buzz, so that can only be a good thing for him, I guess.




    * another book I didn't love very much because of grown ups. Maybe I should just stop reading books about anyone over the age of 18 unless they are British and solving murders between 1920 and 1939?







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