“Congrats to the US Women’s soccer team, on to the quarterfinals!” links

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Celebrate the US Women’s soccer team making it into the World Cup quarterfinals with these lovely photos. Megan Rapinoe is a goddess!!! [Jezebel]
Kim Kardashian wore a newspaper-print skirt, which is sort of cute? [The Blemish]
Beyonce did a song for The Lion King. [LaineyGossip]
I love that Sam Neill posts duck videos on his social media. [Dlisted]
Do not put these “human face” muzzles on your dog, please [OMG Blog]
Oh, they’ve got Sesame Street stamps now? Awesome. [Seriously OMG]
Lupita Nyong’o did a horror-comedy-zombie movie, what? [Pajiba]
Tilda Swinton & the other Chanel show attendees. [GFY]
Am I alone in thinking Thom Browne is overrated? [Tom & Lorenzo]

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  1. MrsBanjo says:

    Those muzzles are amazing and I’m crying. 😂🤣

    • MrsBanjo says:

      I should add that while hilarious to look at, they’re not safe for the dogs. It’s a shame that they couldn’t be bothered to make something both fun to look at and safe for the animals.

  2. Incredulous says:

    A bunch of Wayfair workers recently found out they were helping keep kids in concentration camps. They went nuts at management who posted “blahblah political spectrum, respect your co-workers beliefs blah” and now it looks like they are staging a walk out tomorrow because they are not cool with being Nazi-adjacent. I’m pretty sure that, since this will actually affect Wayfair’s bottom line, they will put out another mealy-mouthed climb down that doesn’t actually apologize.

    • Lolamd says:

      Sorry what happened? Wayfair is supporting what is happening at the border?

      • Incredulous says:

        Wayfair is selling their stuff to the kiddie kamps in bulk and volume because customers. The Wayfair workers found out about it and asked management to donate any and all profits from same to useful charities. Management went LOL no and then sent a missive company-wide saying “Let’s all respect our ideological differences blah blah”, you know the kind of thing.

        Wayfair workers then went F that entirely and are, apparently, staging a strike tomorrow that, hopefully, costs the company more money than supporting Nazis garner them.

      • Agirlandherdog says:

        Do they sell dictionaries? Because that’s not an ideological difference, and they’d benefit from knowing the difference. Selling products to a government agency that perpetrates human rights violations doesn’t have anything to do with ideologies or political beliefs. It just makes you complicit in those human rights violations because you want to make a buck. Glad I’ve never purchased anything from there.

      • BeanieBean says:

        Proud of those Wayfairer employees. Their management on the other hand…. No words.

    • Parigo says:

      They are getting creamed on Twitter. It’s a pr nightmare for them. This is what needs to happen to every company that profits from 45’s immoral policies.

    • KidV says:

      Wow, I didn’t know this. What a crappy company, glad I’ve never bought from them.

  3. Usedtobe says:

    I’d watch Lupita in anything!

  4. Tiffany says:

    “Am I alone in thinking Thom Browne is overrated?”

    No Kaiser, you are not.

    • Anners says:

      Um. I was not before familiar with this designer and am a little baffled as to why businessmen would want to wear codpieces, Or twirly skirts, with their suits.

  5. J ferber says:

    Awesome, real women who won! Role models for sure.

  6. Eleonor says:

    We (Italians!) are there too! I am so proud of the girls of all the teams :)

  7. Dal says:

    Ugg don’t be the big crybabies u r if u lose and don’t be the big cocky winners u r if u win. Keep it classy

  8. ew says:

    okay i’m so team usa but also team tea. there’s a very spicy conspiracy that the US has been kept in (honestly bad VAR decisions by the hungarian and russian referee in 2 previous matches) to play france for ratings.

    also, totally unrelated, aleksi lalas is so irritating as a commentator. you had wild hair 20 years ago bfd.

  9. dota says:

    Ah, once again…531 comments on the three preceding posts about the same old daily stories of the two Duchesses and 17 comments on the women’s World Cup team.

  10. BW says:

    Whenever I see the purple haired soccer player, I think, “When did Tilda Swinton start playing soccer?”