Kristaps Porzingis Has Himself A New IG Model Lady Friend Named Bambi

It looks like known DM slider, IG model connoisseur, and New York Knick, Kristaps Porzingis, finally find himself a lady friend. Kristaps got drafted in 2015 and basically since the day he step foot in the league, he’s been on the prowl, getting in those DMs, and hitting ladies up on Twitter, along with getting buckets on a nightly basis in the Garden.

Now it looks like he finally got one. All we know about this chick is that her name is Bambi (a perfect IG model name) and she was with The Unicorn this week out at a NYC club. Also, her IG game is just flat out absurd.

TMZ has more details:

The NY Knicks star was canoodling with the hot blonde while leaving a NY nightclub earlier this week begging a few questions — who is she and are they a thing???

Turns out, she goes by the name Bambi — and we’re told the two are definitely dating. Not sure how serious they are … but they look pretty good together.

I look forward to seeing where this goes. Porzingis is already putting up 25 a night right now. Look for that number to go up.

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Least shocking news you’ll read today out of Las Vegas

Lyft has released its most-visited locations for drop-offs in and around Vegas and there aren’t any shockers here:

• The most visited restaurant was In-N-Out Burger, nabbing the honor for the second year in a row.

• The most visited event space went to a downtown favorite, the Fremont Street Experience.

• With the first year of marijuana legalization, dispensaries continue to make an economic impact in Nevada, as made evident by Reef Dispensary, which sits just west of the Fashion Show Mall, winning the trending destination designation.

• Topgolf was named the most visited bar, showing the multifaceted facility is being used for more than just its driving range.

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Meet Ross Lynch, the Star of My Friend Dahmer

When it comes to transitioning from child to adult actor, some make a complete one-eighty; take Former Mouseketeer Ryan Gosling, who had played a teenage serial killer and a neo-Nazi by the time he made The Notebook. That said, when it comes to molting one’s Disney exterior, Ross Lynch may be the most extreme case study yet.

If you’re familiar with Lynch’s previous work, you are probably a tween; Lynch, 21, is best known as one half of the musical duo from Disney Channel’s series Austin & Ally. But for his first feature film role, Lynch chose the gonzo, gore-tinged coming-of-age tale My Friend Dahmer—in which he plays the titular role.

Based on a graphic novel by one of Jeffrey Dahmer’s real-life high school classmates, the film tracks the killer’s rocky adolescence just before his 17-victim spree began.

Most young actors might have resisted the prospect of humanizing a serial killer, but not Lynch. “I made a self-taped audition with my band R5’s tour photographer, and he was like, ‘You’re going to get this; that was really good,’” says Lynch, who had never heard of Dahmer before reading the script. “The self-tape was just sort of an exploration. I just put myself in the headspace and took a whack at it.”

And despite his high profile as Austin (who inspired a wax figure in the character’s likeness at Madame Tussauds Orlando), the character of Dahmer was harder to detach from once he started filming. “Dahmer’s harder to shed then most of the other characters that I’ve played. I found myself going home at night and just sitting in the shower for a little longer than usual to sort of decompress and steam out,” he says. “I had this hair dye in my hair everyday, which I use as a metaphor. When I watched the hair dye going down the drain, that was my version of my shedding Dahmer from the day.”

Next up, Lynch will return to lighter fare as the lead in Status Update, a teen comedy from the team behind 17 Again. But, he says, he wants to keep audiences guessing. “I like being one of those guys where you can’t really predict what I’m going to do next,” says Lynch. “I think that’s kind of cool, whether it’s a teen comedy film or an indie film where I play a serial killer. I like that.”

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18 Gifts to Buy That 1 Friend Who Is Creepily Obsessed With True Crime

You know that friend you have who is always watching Investigation Discovery, fascinated by cults and serial killers, and generally obsessed with all things true crime? I know her, because she’s me. And as creepy and weird as you might think that person is, they still deserve a holiday gift. Scroll through to shop my expert picks now.

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On Believing Women vs. Believing Your Friend Dave Who Is Just, Like, Such a Good Guy

Yesterday, we talked about Lena Dunham. And, believe me, I am very much done talking about her and would love to never talk about her again but in six months she’ll probably talk out of her ass again so we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it. That said, I want to talk about one aspect of the latest Lena mess that goes far beyond her.

In a society where disbelieving victims is the norm, only very recently—as in the last few months—have we seen a real push to change alter this narrative, to eliminate the default idea of the lying woman and the poor man accused of a heinous crime he simply could not have done, or if he did do, she must have been asking for it, or if he did do it and she was passed out in the street, he’s still a nice boy who deserves a future even though he ripped hers out from between her legs and destroyed it forever. The shift is slow and small, but it’s happening. Monsters are being seen as monsters. These evil humans who have gotten off on ruining lives for decades are finally facing some kind of consequence.

But I’m going to let you in on a secret: it’s not just the cut-and-dry monsters out there doing this. People can be terrible and nice. At the same time.

And that’s where Dunham and Jenni Konner come in. Because their friend was accused of rape. They like their friend. Their friend is good to them. Their friend has never, would never hurt them. He’s a good man. He couldn’t have done this. So she must be lying.

Lena Dunham is a wretched pińata of moronicisms. But she’s by no means alone in this line of thinking.

For some, the problem is rooted in toxic masculinity and entitlement to women’s bodies, and how seeped into our culture they are to the point where we accept up to a certain level of this as completely normal. Just «boys being boys.» When we hear about the massive list of things Harvey Weinstein did, most sensible humans possessing basic empathy know that it’s terrible. Because his crimes are clear cut. But as people’s notions of consent and what constitutes acceptable interactions with other people are challenged, this is where a sense of denial and confusion seems to be kicking in for a lot of men. Unwanted touching, sexually charged «jokes» and comments, even instances of coerced or nonconsensual sexual encounters, there are those who genuinely believe they did nothing wrong because they have always thought of this stuff as OK, because this is what they grew up around, saw on TV and in movies, and never thought to themselves «this isn’t OK.» They are only now having to face that they may have done terrible things to people, and when confronted with the idea you might not be a bad person, people go on the defensive. They diminish, they minimize, either knowingly or genuinely believing what they did wasn’t that bad. And their friends, because they love them, believe them. Because no one wants to believe someone they trust could do this kind of thing.

And then there’s just your standard sociopaths. People who pretend to be good and kind but aren’t. They’re manipulative, and they’re good at it. And their friends, because they love them and because they’ve been conditioned by this person, believe them. Because no one wants to believe someone they trust could do this kind of thing.

People are capable of kindness and warmth and capable of committing unspeakable acts. Your mileage may vary on how much you’re willing to forgive and ignore. But when all else fails, listen to the victims and try believing.

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Florida Man Smokes K2 With His Buddy, The Friend Eats A Slice Of Pizza, Florida Man Goes Nuts, Snaps Golf Club Over Friend’s Head

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times, never eat a slice of pizza that your friend was going to eat after both of you smoked K2. I don’t care if there are 15 slices in the box. You ask before you eat one or eight slices. And you especially should ask when you’re both Florida Man(s) and K2 is involved. You bros should know this stuff turns you crazy.

From Florida Today:

Drew Cywinski, 25, told police he became enraged when his friend ate a slice of pizza that Cywinski wanted for himself, according to arrest reports.

He was so angry, he struck the man in the head with a golf club — breaking the club — then pulled out a knife and cut the man on his chest several times, Melbourne police say.

Of course I went over to see what was going on with Drew’s Facebook account….annnndddd…Drew seems a little nuts. I’m not usually one to judge, but the guy who ate the pizza didn’t do his research. You have to hit up Facebook pages before you eat that slice. Of course this guy is going to be pissssed over something like pizza. You’re lucky all he did is break a golf club over your head and cut you with a knife.

Let’s be honest here, Drew looks like the kind of guy who could’ve cut open that dude and ripped his heart out as retribution.



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15 Gifts For the Friend Who Joined American Horror Story’s Cult

We may be nearing the end of American Horror Story‘s seventh season, but the cult will live on forever. This holiday season, you can bestow upon Cult‘s diehard fans the gift of everlasting life. And no, we’re not talking about drinking poisonous Kool-Aid. We’re talking about a big handful of long-lasting ways to commemorate another brutal season of the show! We’ve picked the best the internet currently has to offer: mugs, soap, stickers, t-shirts, and more. Even Kai Anderson himself would be impressed.

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31 Flawless Gifts For That Friend Who Wishes She Were Beyoncé

Chances are you’ve got someone in your inner circle who is completely and utterly obsessed with Beyoncé (here’s a handy guide to help you tell for sure). With the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to get started on your search for great gifts for everyone on your list, including those flawless individuals who live and breathe for the Beyhive and will never stop singing «Drunk in Love» or «Sorry» at the top of their lungs. We’ve rounded up some fierce holiday gifts for the biggest Beyoncé fan in your life; keep reading to see and shop them all now.

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Let’s Check In With Our Old Friend & Astros Fan Terann Hilow

The Astros are now up 3-2 after a classic 13-12 win in Game 5 and sit here a win in Los Angeles away from busting their World Series title cherry and fans are losing their minds. We have the Astros guy stealing a home run ball from his sister-in-law so he could throw it back on the field. We have guys buying Kate Upton personalized jerseys.  Astros fans are on fire.

And our old friend Terann Hilow is right there in the middle of it all, keeping her IG account on fire with the release of multiple Astros bikini IGs that keep her as the undisputed champion of Astros superfans. I’ve known Terann a few years now — she lives and dies by Houston sports. The Stros-kinis aren’t something brand new.

She’s been making her own bikinis for years now and even made a BC-kini back in the day.

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31 Issa Rae Tweets That Explain Why You Think She’s Your Best Friend

For those of you don’t know who Issa Rae is, first of all, where have you been? Under a rock somewhere? Second, please get to know her and her hit show, HBO’s Insecure. Whether you need a little help realizing why she’s so incredible or you’re already a die-hard fan, I’ve complied a list of some of her best tweets that will make you laugh, question life, and help you understand why Issa is the best friend you didn’t realize you needed.

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