Happy 29th birthday to our beloved Diet Coke! Enjoy the final year of your twenties, a decade you will later look back on and think, “wow, I did some really stupid stuff. That was fun.”  While we’re all waiting for work to end to go out and do our own stupid stuff, enjoy:

– Time for a 90s a capella dance medley courtesy of the Danish. (The Danes? People from Denmark.) (The Hairpin)

– Time for a look back at pop culture’s most memorable sleepovers! (Flavorwire)

– Time for….a praying mantis to wreck havoc in the Florida Marlins dugout? Okay! (Last Angry Fan)

– I think you will enjoy this look back at Maidenform bra ads of the past. I kind of want to frame a bunch of them and put them in my artfully decorated walk-in closet that I don’t have. (Millicent and Carla Fran)

This article about dress codes for New York clubs is INSANE. It makes me just want to sit on one of your fire escapes and drink beer out of a cooler. (You’ll let me come over and drink beer out of a cooler in jeans and an old J Crew top, right?) (NY Times)

– You probably need to buy this Ron Swanson doll. (Buzzfeed)

– You probably should also recreate this Ron Swanson mosaic. (NBC)

– I know everything think Mariah Carey seemed crazy on HSN this last week, and I agree. But she seemed CRAZY FUN. Loopy, and possibly drunk, and sort of hilarious and now I want to drink cocktails and watch HSN with her. DOES THAT REQUIRE A DRESS CODE? (Styleite)

– I love this article about why everyone should be reading YA. (In the Library With the Lead Pipe)

Rumer Willis and Zac Efron are DATING? WHERE HAVE I BEEN? (Celebitchy)

– Dude, I forgot Shag even existed. I LOVED that movie as a wee girl. (Vogue)

– Wow, Ke$ha is SO PRETTY without all the…Ke$ha accoutrements. (Refinery29)

– I totally forgot that there’s going to be another Royal Wedding this weekend — well, maybe no caps are required for this one, since Zara Phillips doesn’t technically have a title, intentionally so. BUT STILL. What will she wear? I’m sure we’ll have coverage of it on Monday. Fug Nation loves a good wedding! (Lainey)