This week in #tmyk: Emma Watson's Steve Carell obsession, how much it costs to look like Kim Kardashian, what the state of Colorado thinks weed does to your health … and more.

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This week! Emma Watson's Steve Carell obsession, how much it costs to look like Kim Kardashian, what the state of Colorado thinks weed does to your health … and more.

1. Emma Watson would like to either marry Steve Carrell or be his daughter or maybe both

Last weekend at the Oscars, national treasure Steve Carell stepped out on the red carpet wearing HeForShe-branded cufflinks. HeForShe, for the uninitiated, is Emma Watson's charity du jour; a campaign for gender equality. And when Emma caught site of dreamboat Steve supporting the ladies, she instantly knew she either wanted that D or to be created by it; she doesn't really have a preference as long as the D was involved.

To show her appreciation, Emma wrote Steve a handwritten letter so she could take a picture of it and brag about having handwritten a letter on Twitter.

This is that letter:

2. It costs $2,087.75 a day to look as beautiful as Kim Kardashian

And it's free to look as "reluctant gym attendee" as you!

3. The state of Colorado just published an executive summary of marijuana's health effects

It found that weed is correlated (not responsible for, correlated) with dumb, short babies, impaired short term memory, increasesd the chances of lung cancer, decreased male fertility, doubled risk of car accidents, and a whole bunch of other not good stuff. Now why would Colorado want to publicize a thing like that at a time like this? Find out tomorrow when we write a whole article about it.

4. Cleavag is the new cleavage

A new trend in female body appreciation is upon us thanks to a slight over-focus on a certain pun. Plan your Tinder nudes accordingly.

5. Vitamin D is needed to maintain optimal functioning of your D

A new study has shown a correlation between erectile dysfunction and low levels of Vitamin D. Put that sucker in the sun every once and awhile, will ya?

6. Journalism has been pronounced dead …

If ever you find yourself in the midst of a conversation about the decaying art of journalism and the way the internet is mutating people's attention and interests, don't hesitate to bring up this article as a perfect example of that.

7. Don't use TurboTax to do your taxes

We know Daddy's account team usually handles your W-4, but in the event they've all succumbed to scurvy, don't use TurboTax to file your tax return this year. This week it surfaced the the company raked in millions of revenue from fake filings, meaning they were profitting off someone's attempts to steal your cash money.

Ignore this if you have a profession in which you're paid in exclusively cash, like stripper.

8. On average, you lose about 200 head hairs per day

So that hay bale of hair in the shower drain doesn't mean you're radioactive afterall …

9. Net neutrality is a thing now!

… You don't know what net neutrality is, do you … Well, according to USA Today

"Net neutrality, or open Internet, is the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) should give consumers access to all legal content and applications on an equal basis, without favoring some sources or blocking others. It prohibits ISPs from charging content providers for speedier delivery of their content on "fast lanes" and deliberately slowing the content from content providers that may compete with ISPs.

Translation: You're going to have more access to porn sites than ever.

10. Pimp My Ride was a bunch of fake bullshit

Nothing on that show was real. Any vehicular augmentations made were strictly for show and strictly useless or entirely unworkable. Said one contestant who had his car pimped to Huffington Post,

"There wasn't much done under the hood in regards to the actual mechanics of the vehicle," according to Seth Martino. "For the most part, it needed a lot of work done to make it a functioning regular driver, which they did not do." Martino said he had a hard time even driving the car home. "They added a lot of extra weight but didn't adjust the suspension to compensate so I felt like I was in a boat, and every time I hit a bump the car would bottom out and the tires would scrape inside the wheel well." According to Martino, the car would only run for about a month. Then he had to save up his own money to replace the engine."

One guy's car even spontaneously burst into flames when he was driving it home:

Well, we guess they don't spend that much time on shows peoply watch when they're staying home sick from high school in 2006.

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That's it! Now go use this information as a catalyst for sex and friendships and pizza.