Blake Lively Really Doesn’t Want Photos of Her Bare Feet on the Internet

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Photo credit: Twitter

From Prevention

If there’s anything that Hollywood’s resident Quirky Couple™ Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds love to do, it’s inspire the ire of the Internet’s most jaded inhabitants (see: the author of this story). From their infamous plantation wedding discourse to the constant chaffing of each other on social media, Lively and Reynolds are sure to always lurk in the collective periphery of those who remain—for better or for worse—very online.

The latest fodder to 2020’s churning nightmare wheel came on a brisk, fall Thursday afternoon. The Gossip Girl actress posted a photo of herself and her husband posing with what appears to be voting ballots, signaling that, yes, the couple are indeed good citizens doing their civic duty, et cetera, et cetera.

“It was Ryan’s first time,” she joked in the caption. “He was understandably scared. It all happened so fast. Like, REALLY fast. He wept.

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Blake Lively Really Doesn’t Want Photos of Her Bare Feet on the Internet

Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

From Marie Claire

If there’s anything that Hollywood’s resident Quirky Couple™ Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds love to do, it’s inspire the ire of the Internet’s most jaded inhabitants (see: the author of this story). From their infamous plantation wedding discourse to the constant chaffing of each other on social media, Lively and Reynolds are sure to always lurk in the collective periphery of those who remain—for better or for worse—very online.

The latest fodder to 2020’s churning nightmare wheel came on a brisk, fall Thursday afternoon. The Gossip Girl actress posted a photo of herself and her husband posing with what appears to be voting ballots, signaling that, yes, the couple are indeed good citizens doing their civic duty, et cetera, et cetera.

“It was Ryan’s first time,” she joked in the caption. “He was understandably scared. It all happened so fast. Like, REALLY fast. He

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Top tech company bucks trend, adds 42,000 square feet to SF office space footprint

Google closed on a lease this month for an additional 42,000 square feet of office space in downtown San Francisco’s Two Rincon Center, expanding its total real estate in the Financial District building to roughly 200,000 square feet.



a large body of water with a city in the background: Aerial view of San Francisco business district in California on a sunny day.


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Aerial view of San Francisco business district in California on a sunny day.


The Mountain View-based company first opened offices at Two Rincon in 2017 and the company has been negotiating the expansion since 2019, Google spokesperson Michael Appel said.

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Google’s new commitment to office space for its employees comes as many tech companies such as Twitter, Square and Dropbox announce plans for staff to work remotely permanently.

Google said in July that its employees can work from home through June 2021, and beyond that it’s working on implementing a hybrid model where employees might work from home some days and in the office others.

“I see

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