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Glamour Shots: A major part of Chinese weddings is an ornate set of photos that can run couples thousands of dollars. Take a look at a typical bridal photo shoot. (Foreign Policy)
Bouncing Back: After admitting to having an affair with an Argentine woman, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford’s approval ratings are slowly rebounding. Does he still have a shot in politics? (New York Times)
T.P. Conspiracy: In this recession, companies don’t just make less of a product — they just make them a tiny bit smaller. See how your toilet paper is shrinking, right before your eyes. (Fortune)
Blowing Bubbles: A NASA telescope spotted two massive “bubbles” of gamma rays, which may have come from an ancient eruption of a supermassive black hole. (Discovery News)
So Intense: Think the “Double Rainbow” guy saw a great sight? Check out these images of incredible rainbows around the world. (LIFE)
Funny Lady: Before she accepted the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, Tina Fey sat down with PBS to talk comedy. And, spoiler alert: she prefers cake over pie. (TheDailyWh.at)
Elsewhere on TIME.com: Ah, country music. Where lyrics include “I’d like to check you for ticks” and “Honky Tonk Badonadonk.” In honor of the CMA Awards, see the Top 10 Ridiculous Country Songs.
Must-See: Steve Carrell’s audition tape for Anchorman has NewsFeed in stitches. Could anyone else have played that part? We doubt it. (via Vulture)