The Morning Funnies: Carrie Brownstein's Memoir + Betty's Bugles

Cacao! Cacao! Carrie Brownstein, she of Portlandia/Wild Flag/Sleater Kinney/being generally all-around awesome fame, is writing a memoir, to be published by Riverhead. [via NYT]

The Huffington Post has a great round-up of some of yesterday's best April Fool's jokes. Our favorites: Criterion Collection announcing the release of Kindergarten Cop ("director Ivan Reitman shows that he refuses to color inside the lines") and Kodak unveiling a Kitten Printer.

Also getting into the April Fool's spirit was Emma Roberts, who tweeted a picture of herself with a baby bump. [Celebuzz]

Kate Winslet joking about (slash maybe not joking about?) her Titanic cast mate Leonardo Di Caprio: "We do look very different, we're older. Leo's 37, I'm 36 - we were 21 and 22 when we made that film. You know, he's fatter now - I'm thinner. It's true though!' [via Daily Mail]

Betty loves her Bugles. [via Max Silvestri]
Adam Sandler's film Jack & Jill made Razzies history this year: It won every single category including worst picture, worst actress, worst actor and worst rip-off. [via Hit Fix]
A photo taken inside of a violin, by Mierswa Kluska for the Berlin Philharmonic. [via Lost at E Minor]Learn how to make your very own disco helmet. [via Laughing Squid]

Accidental Penis, the website.

Tina Fey reveals the secrets to dancing like Liz Lemon. "Martial and military, martial and military." [via Vulture]

Smell ya later: this fox got stink-bombed by a skunk. [via Daily Picks and Flicks]

Get it?! [via Daily Picks and Flicks]

This is a crazy list of actual facts about Kirk Cameron that sound like April Fool's jokes. For example, "In 1989, Cameron forced producers to kill off the character of Tracy Gold's boyfriend, who was played by Matthew Perry, because he believed that Perry was an agent of Satan." [via Pajiba]

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