Happy weekend?

– Over at Lainey, you may be interested in this take on Ben Affleck’s (I think SUPER WASTED) rant about Tom Brady on Bill Simmons’s new show.

Esquire has a really interesting piece about the origin of the phrase “Booty call.”

– They also have a lovely — and expansive — piece celebrating the one year anniversary of marriage equality.

The New Yorker has a great salute to Lois Duncan, who died last week.

– Also great, at Lenny Letter: A Mary Anne with Kristy Rising: On the Enduring Legacy of the Baby-Sitters Club Books

– At Racked, and relevant to my interests: A Riddle Wrapped in an Enigma: How to Wash Striped Shirts

– Also at Racked: The Woman Who Makes the Met’s Fashion Exhibits Presentable

– The Stripe suggests we all have some winesicles.

– At Pajiba: I Tried The Burger King ‘Mac and Cheetos’ So You Don’t Have To

– Jen Doll went on a group tour of Hawaii with her mother and a bunch of other 70 year old women, and her essay about it — on Cup of Jo — is lovely.

– Kind of related, this is essay on Jezebel: My Magical Night in Vegas With Celine Dion 

– At Celebitchy, the T Swift Romance PR Machine is really going hard on this Hiddleston thing.

– I really enjoyed this interview with Constance Wu, at Vulture.

And in case you missed anything at GFY this week, some highlights: