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One These new behind the scene photos of Harley Quinn inking a man's arm, and the sign that reads "Harley's Tattoo Parlour." Jay Hernandez also posted other photos from the set.

Two This video of Batdad and his son, Ben. Super cute and funny! (I would love to put the video here but I always have a hard time embedding Facebook's code.)

Three I've been reading a lot of write-ups about The Witch lately, which I found really awesome. Here's the trailer:

Four I have never watched American Horror Story because I am such a chicken shit sometimes. But when I saw these American Horror Story: Hotel teasers, I wanted to download all the past seasons and binge watch it. Okay, let me think about it first. Hahaha.

Five Theuselessweb.com. Because the Internet is filled with everything and nothing. If you just want to waste time, visit the website and explore the world wide web's most pointless places. Have absolutely nothing to do right now? Here's a list of some other more just like it.

Six Mindy Kaling's Guide To Killer Confidence. "Work hard, know your shit, show your shit, and then feel entitled. Listen to no one except the two smartest and kindest adults you know, and that doesn't always mean your parents. If you do that, you will be fine." Best piece of advice ever.

Seven For all your classic horror book needs (for free!), click here.

Eight I'm on the 7th season of Parks & Recreation and it kinda sucks that it's coming to an end. When I saw the Unity Concert episode that featured The Decemberists, Yo La Tengo and Letters to Cleo (OMGYES!!!), it made me a bit teary-eyed. Hahaha. I seriously have gotten so attached to this series. So here's every single time that Andy Dwyer sang on Parks & Recreation, before he's the all ripped and sexy Star-Lord.

Nine Still trying to finish everything on this list for the remaining months of 2015, and here's another list by IndieWire of the up and coming movies this fall. So excited for Crimson Peak, Spotlight, In the Heart of the Sea and Room!

Ten Have you read about Banksy's new art exhibition called Dismaland? It's this depressing 'bemusement' park that artist Banksy created that shows the grim realities of life, with his usual politically-charged and often comical works. It's like a sad, catastrophic version of Disneyland. I really loved his take on these Disney princesses:

Photo from The Daily Mail
Photo from The Daily Mail