“Tom Brady broke his diet on Christmas with some buttery biscuits” links

Tom Brady broke his insane diet to make & eat biscuits on Christmas. [Dlisted]
What are the biggest under-the-radar cultural shifts? [Pajiba]
Here are the contestants for Lainey’s annual Gingerbread competition. [LaineyGossip]
Issa Rae looked wonderful this year. [Go Fug Yourself]
Would you get high with Monica Lewinsky? [The Blemish]
I hope to write and read fewer stories about neo-Nazis in 2018. [Buzzfeed]
Kelly Bensimon makes mink Birkenstocks?! [Reality Tea]
An American police department sent Prince George a toy police car. [Wonderwall]
A lip balm commercial has a gay twist! [OMG Blog]
Would you call the police to complain about your food? [Jezebel]

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  1. Val says:

    Nobody saw him eat them..

  2. Deets says:

    Lol, do you think they ate those? Noooo. Those are for the children.
    At the most, Brady and Gisele each clandestinely licked one side of a single biscuit before shoving their shame down the garburetor and eating their customary raw green chard dressed in pumpkin seed oil and miso.

  3. Savasana Lotus says:

    What a tool.

  4. Sansa says:

    Toms diet Geru trainer was banned from Patriots statium at Foxboro , this regime he is on is some cra custom diet that he is convinced will keep hom playing football…he is getting up there I don’t know how many years he has left. Five if he is lucky, that the point of the silly diet.

    • Midigo says:

      I think this is a new form of an eating disorder.

    • Bridget says:

      I was wondering if anyone else was going to comment on that. Completely revoked access because his methods were at odds with the medical training staff.

  5. Slowsnow says:

    The Pajiba article about under-the-radar cultural shifts if really interesting.
    I especially noticed the dressing down shift. My older kids (a boy and a girl) dress up for prom or a nice party but sports clothes are very in and they’re always comfortable. Some friends of theirs like to dress up more but it’s a question of personality and not a cultural prerogative. Also, tattoos and piercings are accepted at university or retail and many other jobs. We have definitely loosened up.

    • Veronica says:

      Millenials aren’t paid enough to conform, IMO. They’re pushing back and demanding more right to personal identity on the job, especially if it requires 40+ hours of their life a week.

      • imqrious2 says:

        I knew it was waaaay out of hand when I, as a 3rd grade teacher, NOT a Doctor on call, was getting emails from PARENTS at 9/10 pm on a SATURDAY NIGHT! It is INSANE! NO ONE other than service personnel who sign up for that life, should be getting work emails on their off time!

      • Slowsnow says:

        @Veronica. Yes and sadly a new trend that is here to stay apparently. At least let them wear their comfy clothes if they’re underpaid and working long hours poor lads.

    • Esmom says:

      I thought it was interesting, too. I related to the “we’re now on call 24/7” in both our personal and professional lives — although we now tend to schedule time to talk on the phone rather than just call someone.

      Anyway, when I had my older son (not even 20 years ago!), cell phones were not yet ubiquitous and I was taking a Friday off and my boss offered me a pager (which is what people on the client service side of my advertising agency wore so clients could reach them anytime) so he could reach me if necessary. I was like f%ck that. If you need to reach me, leave me a message and I’ll get back to you after I get home from taking my kid to the park!

      Also, someone’s comment about how he/she thinks young people are drinking less: Um, I don’t think so!

      • Slowsnow says:

        Unfortunately this being on call 24/7 has been a thing for a while now. But not calling anymore and texting instead of ringing the bell is definitely a thing that I hadn’t consciously noticed and yet, it is done.
        Strangely compelling was the doctor saying that people take longer to die though.

  6. MI6 says:

    STFU, Tom.

  7. Tiffany :) says:

    Issa Rae is such a beauty and she has shown such interesting style this year on the red carpet. I adore her smile. It is so genuine and sincere. I look forward to seeing what she does on screen, in the writing room, and on the red carpet in 2018!

  8. Lilly says:

    Ha ha on the Monica story line. I don’t use drugs or alcohol, but I think people who get high don’t care who they get high with, but I’m sure others can edumacate me.

  9. Fleurucci says:

    If he thinks buttery biscuits are a treat, I’d love to watch him try strawberries or coffee!

  10. tracking says:

    TB and GB are so boring in all their perfection. Nice to see Pajiba has The Leftovers at no. 1 on their list of best 2017 tv. Yep. (also good to see Marvelous Mrs. Maisel high on the list–fantastic show)

  11. SJhere says:

    Tom Brady and his food rules make me tired! Tired. So dang tired.

    Yes, I’m aware he is controlling his diet in an effort to stay healthy so that he can extend his football playing years but, goodness it’s called enjoying life a bit. Every now and again enjoy a nice food treat and stop acting as if you invented healthy eating.

    He and his wife = Smug to the nth degree.

  12. Sarah says:

    He admits to cheating on a diet, wow! Now all he needs to do is admit to stealing some super bowl championships (Rams, Eagles, Seattle are a few) (I’m on the fence about Atlanta, but I have my suspicions).