Around the Interwebs: Volume XLIX

This Love Song is Inspired Entirely by Goosebumps Titles (via Laughing Squid)

Sure, this song chock full of Goosebumps book titles came out way back in 2011, but it’s seasonally appropriate. Also R.L. Stine recently shared it. The cheekily titled number “You Give Me Goosebumps” is available for purchase on Bandcamp.

The Bennett Sisters Look for Love in all the Wrong Places: the Club (via The New Yorker)

Pride and Prejudice Pulp

In this short story you can find the Bennett sisters of Pride and Prejudice fame in the club, bottle full of bub, trying to catch the attention of wealthy entrepreneur Mr. Bingley and attempting to avoid his rude friend Mr. Darcy who is an even wealthier entrepreneur with a startup. That is until Darcy asks Elizabeth to teach him how to Dougie, t-teach him how to Dougie. You can read the full short story over on the New Yorker.

The Disney Princesses Make Pretty Bad Ass Marvel Characters (via The Mary Sue)

Disney Princess Marvel

We would watch this cartoon. We would watch it so hard.

See Snape’s Story in Chronological Order and Get Ready to Feel Things (via Buzzfeed)

If you’re one of those people who was convinced that Snape was evil, you may want to watch this version of Snape’s story in chronological order. Even when he’s berating an orphan you still feel for him. Partially because Alan Rickman.

There Needs to Be More Literary Roller Derby Names (via Book Riot)

DC Roller Derby

Book Riot created a fabulous list of literary themed roller derby names this week. Our personal favorites include Hermione Danger, Pain Eyre, Sylvia Wrath, Soylent Mean, Malice in Wonderland, Rudyard Crippling, Robin of Blocksley, Killbo Baggins and Luna Shovegood. Seriously, nothing can be better than Luna Shovegood. Except maybe Lord Rolldemort.

Watch These Fictional Characters Talk About Romance (via Blastr)

Today is Valentine’s Day (unless it’s not) and to celebrate, the YouTube channel OnlyLeigh created a cute cartoon of your favorite fictional characters talking about love and relationships. Poor Katniss, doesn’t anyone want to talk about anything other than that love triangle?

One Man Hilariously Created His Own Bookstore Sections (via Reddit)

Animals I Want to Wrestle

A super secretive bookstore shopper decided to not-so-subtly mock the subdivisions in Barnes and Noble bookstores by sneaking in and creating his own genre sections. Sections which include Dudes Who Lost Their Shirts, Animals I Want to Wrestle and Women with Short Professional Haircuts. Check them all out over on Imgur.

Batman Meets Walter White in “Breaking Bat” (via YouTube)

Batman was great when he was being inserted in classic movies (not once, not twice, but three times) and he may be even better with a laugh track. And he’s truly at his best when he’s talking to Walter White about Destiny’s Child.

Yes, Amazon is Selling More Dinosaur Erotica (via Geekologie)

Space Raptor Butt Invasion

Once upon a time there was an author who started selling dinosaur and beast erotica on Amazon. Now it appears she’s met her match in Chuck Tingle, an Amazon author with a PhD in massage from Devry who pens epics like Space Raptor Butt Invasion, My Billionaire Triceratops Craves Gay Ass, Pounded By President Bigfoot, I’m Gay for My Living Billionaire Jet Plane, Gay T-Rex Law Firm: Executive Boner and My Ass is Haunted by the Gay Unicorn Colonel. Get your kindle ready because they’re all for sale!


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