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The Best Kind of Holiday Distraction

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Hello, there! Happy Thanksgiving.

It’s been a weird month, huh? A hard one too, one that may make today particularly stressful, even when there’s promise of pie at the end. You can get your retail therapy in tomorrow (and all weekend, and Monday too), but stores are closed right now and perhaps you’d like a different kind of distraction? A bit of a break? Some fun and/or funny stuff to read and watch and enjoy?

Feel free to pull this list out at any time before, during, or after your holiday meal. Pretend it’s a really important work thing. It’s fine. Start with this warm hug of an interview with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It will make you feel good, guaranteed.

Then find out why the internet is lying to you about berets. Berets are a scam! We have scientific evidence (GIFs!) to prove it!

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We’ve been dabbling in ~fiction~ via a column we refer to in the office as Shirts and Muumuus. Start with “Construction” and then read about one brave bridesmaid.

We also did a “going out clothes for adults” shoot, and the looks are so cool, the model so stunning, and the pics soooo good. This is a brag.

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Hey look, an in-depth Rihanna-related investigation.

Oh, and an in-depth Kanye-related saga.

Here, watch funny women talk about hookup clothes. And funny men talk about the world’s “sexiest shirt.”

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Two words: turtleneck tuck.

Three words: little fancy bitch.

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And twenty-two words: I Rented a Dress to Take a Free Lexus to the Marchesa Show with My Fake Instagram Husband Who Was a Woman.

Okay, let’s stop here. Hope this provided some comfort and escape, and maybe a laugh or two or five. Didn’t get to everything? This works as a pretty great standing-in-Black-Friday-lines reading list too. You are welcome.

Julia Rubin, executive editor

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