The Advice Rachel Lindsay Has For New Bachelor Arie Will Guarantee He Finds Love

Rachel Lindsay might be happy she’s no longer the Bachelorette, as she’s getting ready to walk down the aisle with fiancé Bryan Abasolo, but she has a piece of advice for new Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. The couple, who got engaged at the end of Rachel’s season in August, spoke to E! News at KIIS FM’s 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball about the one thing he should keep in mind during this season.

«We’re just like, ‘be yourself,'» Rachel said. «You can’t go wrong with that.» Bryan also hopped in, adding that Arie should «just lay it out there. Get those emotions out of everybody and make the most out of every relationship you have with each woman.» Rachel and Bryan seem very happy, so Arie might want to listen to their advice as he goes on his journey to find love, even if fans of the franchise still aren’t convinced he should have been the new Bachelor.

For our part, we can’t wait to see if Arie is finally able to meet «the one» when his season starts on Jan. 1, especially since he already competed on Emily Maynard’s season of The Bachelorette.

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Reddit Asks the Question: ‘What’s the Worst Advice You’ve Ever Received in Your Life?’

A relatively short while ago, I was out drinking with a fairly large group of friends, celebrating a birthday. It was a good afternoon and evening of drinking that eventually ended with just me, my girlfriend, the male friend whose birthday it was, and a female friend of his. It got to about 2am, and we had gradually wound our way to one of the usual places we tend to end up at at that sorta time—a rock and metal bar playing very loud music. At one point, the two girls went out for a smoke, leaving my friend and I inside, drunk and listening to Iron Maiden playing very loud (but not loud enough; never loud enough) on the gigantic speakers. My friend leans in to me and says, ‘So I need your advice.’ I sway a little bit, puff up with pride that someone would seek my wise counsel, and respond with, ‘Go for it.’ ‘I think [redacted] wants to sleep with me tonight. We’re friends and I’ve never thought about doing this with her. What should I do?’ Confidently and with no hesitation I shoot back with: ‘Do it. What’s the worst that could happen?’ We clink our glasses to together in celebration of a learned summit concluded.

Cut to me waking up hungover the next morning/afternoon to one solitary message from him on my phone, received a few minutes earlier:

‘You’re a c**t.’

Ingrate.

Anyway on a totally unrelated note here’s a Reddit thread about the worst advice people have ever been given. Check out the ‘highlights’ below:

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Petr Knava lives in London and plays music

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Justin Bieber Reportedly Tried To Get Acting Advice From Adam Sandler And David Spade

Justin Bieber takes his new 'fling' to Church Service in Beverly Hills

Singing isn’t exactly Justin Bieber’s thing at the moment, so he’s considering a career in acting. Justin didn’t come up in the Disney or Nickelodeon system, which means he’s going to need some acting lessons. According to UsWeekly, he went straight to the industry’s most revered and esteemed actors: Adam Sandler and David Spade.

A source says that Justin asked The Sandman and David Spade to join himself and his manager Scooter Braun for dinner after the Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief on September 12. While there, Justin picked their brains about worming his way into the film industry.

“They had a great time! Justin had a lot of questions for them about the movie world….He is trying to educate himself about the industry and learn more about it,” the insider added. “He wants to break into acting and directing/producing.”

I would love to know what kind of advice Adam Sandler and David Spade gave him. I’m picturing something like this:

Adam Sandler: “Repeat after me: Shababa doo. Rabbada doo. Shibbidy dee. And move your hands like you’re trying to catch an invisible apple.”

David Spade: “Can you look smarmy? You can? Congratulations, I have no other advice.”

This isn’t the first time Justin Bieber has dipped his tiny toe into acting. He’s appeared in various SNL sketches, dramatically died in an episode of CSI, and technically acted in commercials.

Justin can barely sell it when he has to pretend to like his fans, so I have very little confidence that he’ll be any good at acting. Still, Adam Sandler’s acting and directing advice probably won’t make him a good actor, but at the very least it will guarantee Justin a big award nomination. Sure, it will be a Razzie, but an award is an award.

Pic: Wenn.com

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Ask Pajiba (Almost) Anything: Free Advice From Unqualified People On The Internet

Let’s face it — the Internet can be a dark and dubious place. Sure, there are sexy John Cho gifs. But there are also WebMD pages you probably shouldn’t have looked at, and unsolicited dick pics, and Breitbart. For every random retweet that makes you feel warm and fuzzy, there’s a troll just waiting to jump in your thread and ruin your day.

But through it all, we found each other. The faceless Pajiba Overlords, and you, the readers we get up and write for every day. Together we’ve forged this little happy place amidst the chaos of the World Wide Web. We may not always agree on the Best Chris, or that pie is obviously superior to cake (OBVIOUSLY SUPERIOR). But we share our outrages and obsessions, and hopefully we all click away feeling a little less alone.

Which is why we’ve decided to launch a new sort of experiment: an advice column. We know, we know — advice columns are hardly a new idea and everyone seems to be offering free advice on the Internet these days. But here’s the thing about free advice…

You get what you pay for.

And we’re taking that to heart! Which is why our advice column, «Ask Pajiba (Almost) Anything» (APAA), is not striving to be your definitive resource for good judgment. Heck, we’re not even promising that our advice will be particularly sound. It may, in fact, be actively bad — and we’re in no way recommending you actually listen to us! We’re not therapists — we’re a collection of neurotic writers with day jobs and our own messy lives to be getting on with. But between us we have vast and in some cases surprising experience, which we can leverage to answer your burning questions. Provided your burning questions are only smoldering at best, and you’re not relying entirely on us to fix your life.

Basically, think of us less as your own personal Dr. Phil, and more like an opinionated, unreliable Ask Jeeves.

Do you need:

— A recipe to cook to impress your in-laws?
— The perfect date if you’re gonna dump someone?
— Daily coping mechanisms to help you not yell at your jerk boss and get fired?
— The proper gift-giving etiquette for attending the wedding of a circus clown?
— The exact amount of velvet that could be considered TOO much velvet?
— The specific reason why Ansel Elgort’s face is so punchable?
— Confirmation that Face/Off is, in fact, the best American movie of all time?

We can help with all of that, and more! Here’s how it’ll work. Send your inquiries to advice@pajiba.com and each week we’ll select a few to answer. This will be an entirely subjective process based on how interesting the question is and/or how interestingly we feel we can answer it. We will share our advice each Tuesday. We will not post your name, though we encourage you to sign off with a fake name you’d like used with your question. Otherwise, we’ll come up with our own nickname for you… and you might not like it («Sincerely, Smells Like Grandma’s House»).

We can’t promise that every question will get a response, but we also can’t prevent you from sending us the same question each week… so we’re already at an impasse and this thing hasn’t even begun yet! LET THE GRAND EXPERIMENT BEGIN!

Disclaimer: If you are experiencing a serious life crisis, please seek professional help. In case of emergencies there are a number of free resources available, such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255), RAINN’s National Sexual Assault Hotline (1-800-656-4673), and SAMHSA’s National Helpline for Substance Abuse and Mental Health treatment referrals (1-800-662-4357). Here is a list of other resources.

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Jennifer Lawrence’s Advice to Her Younger Self Will Make You Say «Hell, Yeah»

Jennifer Lawrence has been promoting her new movie, Mother! — and keeping us confused in the process — but at a press conference for the film at the Toronto Film Festival, she also sneaked in a jab about the gender pay gap.

When asked what advice she’d give her younger self about Hollywood, Jennifer replied, «Advice I would give myself about the industry? Make sure you know how much everyone else is getting paid before you say yes.» Though her response was meant to be cheeky, it’s also a subject Jennifer clearly feels strongly about — in 2015, she penned an essay about unfairly getting paid less than her male costars for American Hustle.

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McGregor-Mayweather Prop Bet Advice

We talked to betting expert Eric Rosenthal on the eve of McGregor-Mayweather to talk all the basics about how you should be spending your money before tonight’s massive fight, but the real talk happened when it came to prop bets.

Go over to MyBookie.ag right now to see the insane prop list.

Just a few you can bet:

 


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Fantasy Football Guru Paul Charchian Shares Secret Advice For Your 2017 Drafts

You guys tired of Kaepernick talk? Need legitimate fantasy advice from one of the legends in the industry? We recently sat down with Paul Charchian from Fanball and got some advice for the upcoming season. We know you have a fantasy draft coming up so we covered pretty much everything with Paul, a guy who has been at this since you were in elementary school.

There are fantasy experts and then there are guys like Charchian who’ve watched the industry change multiple times over the last 17-20 years.

Take a listen, learn something and do better than your normal 8th place finish.

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Carrie Fisher’s Advice To Billie Lourd: Don’t Be An Asshole

Premiere Of Walt Disney Pictures And Lucasfilm's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" - Arrivals

Carrie Fisher always seemed, to me at least, like she was the type of mom with a never-ending wealth of good advice. Sort of a learn-from-my-mistakes kind of thing, or just the result of living the equivalent of five normal lifetimes in her own life. Her daughter, Billie Lourd, recently spoke with her American Horror Story co-star Sarah Paulson for Town & Country. And it turns out that yes, Carrie Fisher gave the kind of guidance you’d expect a legend like Carrie Fisher to give.

The interview is long, and there’s a lot to it. But it’s well worth the time it takes to read, because you’ll learn a lot! I learned that Sarah Paulson lived with Carrie Fisher for a while in the early 2000s. I learned that Billie Lourd and Carrie Fisher used to go to The Sharper Image when it was still 24-hours and buy Christmas lights at 3am. I learned that Debbie Reynolds urged Billie Lourd to put together an act, and asked what “numbers” she was thinking of putting in her act (lord what I would have given to a ghost in the room during that conversation).

But onto the main event. Billie talked about what kind of mom raised her, which apparently was one that wasn’t here for brat behavior.

Sarah Paulson: Did your mom ever get scared that you were going to get sucked up into something that was going to take you in the wrong direction?

Billie Lourd: Absolutely. I remember a time when I was nine years old. I got in trouble in school for stealing something out of someone’s backpack, and she picked me up and she sat me down in the car. And she turned to me and said, “Are you going to grow up to be an asshole?” And I started crying. She talked to me like an adult my whole life. I always think that now: I don’t want to grow up to be an asshole!

Based on the heartbreaking statement she released after her mother’s death, I would say 25-year-old Billie definitely didn’t grow up to be an asshole. And I highly doubt she’ll all of a sudden turn into one. You know Carrie’s no-nonsense pooch Gary Fisher wouldn’t put up with that shit from his caretaker for a single Snausage-scented second.

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Jonah Hill Asked Channing Tatum For Gym Advice, and It Appears to Be Working

Jonah Hill was looking all kinds of buff while enjoying a sunny walk in NYC on Sunday. The actor wore a fitted blue t-shirt (a piece we’ve seen him in before) with red pants and kept his earbuds in as he made his way through NoHo. We first got a glimpse of Jonah’s chiseled new physique during a casual stroll in NYC last month, and weeks later, he put his toned arms on display while grabbing a smoothie before a gym session. After gaining 40 pounds for his role in the crime drama War Dogs, Jonah hired a nutritionist and reportedly kept a food journal to lose the weight. He also got some healthy living advice from his 21 Jump Street costar Channing Tatum, whom he called and asked, ‘Hey, if I ate less and go to a trainer, will I get in better shape?'»

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Chris Evans (AKA BEST CHRIS) Has Advice For the Anxious Among Us

Chris Evans is the best Chris and just because some of y’all voted Pine in instead means NOTHING TO ME. I DO WHAT I WANT. Well, I do what I want until we have a day like today. A day where John McCain left a hospital where he was undergoing treatment (with his wealth and the health care we provide for him footing the bill) for brain cancer so he could vote to allow Republicans to begin destroying the Affordable Care Act.

It’s tough to make my brain think that this will all turn out fine in the end. It’s tough to think about anything that isn’t frilly, idiotic, fun times wrapped in SQUIRREL!

Chris Evans is right there with those of us that suffer from anxiety. He’s openly discussed his social anxiety in the past and continues to discuss how it impacts his life as an actor and human person. Evans talks about what he would tell his twelve-year-old self in this clip from Becoming (2012):

Evans may be talking about movie roles, but his larger point applies to everyone suffering anxiety. We don’t know how we will react to different events in our lives, but we can try to quiet our brains in any way that we can. We can read books. We can read websites. We can watch movies. We can try to paint the dog’s toenails. So today, on a day where we are once again betrayed by the people that are supposed to work for us, let’s try to shush our brains and find the light at the end of the tunnel.

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