Exciting news! Our new book, MESSY — which is SUPPOSED to come out on June 5th — has shipped from the warehouses and is currently on its way to Amazon and your local bookstore. So keep an eye out for it in the wild, or your mailbox. We hope you love it.

Until then:

Our vintage doodle of Princess Bea and Eugenie is up for grabs again, so if you missed out on it last year, HERE IS YOUR CHANCE. All proceeds will benefit NF Network,  to support education, advocacy, coalitions, and research for treatments and a cure for  neurofibromatosis (NF), which is a genetic disorder common than Cystic Fibrosis, Muscular Dystrophy and Huntington’s Disease combined. (eBay)

You need to see this infographic of Liz Lemon’s hair. (Flavorwire)

– I’m sorry, these tatted up Tom Cruise pics just make me laugh. In a good way, though. I might be kind of back in on Tom Cruise. (Lainey)

–I think the only thing I need to tell you to get you to read this fascinating piece in New York is the log line on the piece: “Rare-wine collectors are savvy, competitive guys with a taste for impossible finds. The biggest hoax in history took place right under their noses.” YOU LOVE HOAXES! And wine. (New York)

– You are going to love this piece about Choose Your Own Adventure. (Atlantic Wire)

– These teachers — stealth dancing behind their unsuspecting students — are sincerely delightful. (Gawker)

– I am never going to get tired of talking about how we love to hate-watch Smash. (Slate)

– Have you read this article in last week’s New York Times magazine about child psychopaths? You should. It sounds sensationalistic, but it’s actually mostly fascinating, sad, scary, and well-reported. (NYT)

– How did this dude, who just broke the world record for Longest Guitar Solo, not FALL ON HIS FACE ASLEEP? Amazing. (Time)

I love you, Emma Thompson. And I love that you are still with Willoughby (Greg Wise is always Willoughby to me). And your daughter is SO CUTE. (Celebitchy)