- Indie game publisher announces Playdate, a console with a hand crank Wednesday 8:18 PM
- How to get The Sims 4 for free Wednesday 7:45 PM
- Trump’s Rose Garden podium sign is the perfect meme canvas Wednesday 7:34 PM
- Forest Whitaker to produce adaptation of novel ‘Hello, Universe’ for Netflix Wednesday 6:58 PM
- Baltimore still refuses to pay hackers who hit city with ransomware Wednesday 5:34 PM
- Net neutrality advocates slam ‘extremely troubling’ letter circulating among some House Dems Wednesday 4:52 PM
- Moms and grandmas are infiltrating TikTok Wednesday 4:35 PM
- Did Britain’s head Brexiter hide in a bus to avoid getting hit by a milkshake? Wednesday 4:26 PM
- This woman who thought she saw a handmaid about to jump from a building is very relieved Wednesday 4:18 PM
- Michael Avenatti allegedly defrauded Stormy Daniels to pay for a Ferrari Wednesday 3:53 PM
- HBO has no plans for an Arya Stark spinoff series Wednesday 3:28 PM
- Republicans and Democrats agree on dangers of facial recognition tech Wednesday 3:18 PM
- Amazon is using video games and ‘swag bucks’ to incentivize workers Wednesday 3:04 PM
- Here’s what’s coming and going on Netflix in June Wednesday 2:46 PM
- This Michael Jackson makeup meme is sweeping TikTok Wednesday 2:45 PM
Mindy Kaling’s ‘Wreath Witherspoon’ fad shows the many faces of Reese Witherspoon
Move over, Martha Stewart.
Mindy Kaling has an idea for your tired old Christmas wreaths: Put a Reese on it.
On last week’s holiday episode of The Mindy Project, Kaling, as her character Dr. Mindy Lahiri, decorates boyfriend Danny’s apartment with a “Wreath Witherspoon,” a wreath plastered with photos of actress Reese Witherspoon. Kaling then asked her fans to create their own Reese wreaths, and share the photos on Instagram.
A photo posted by liwiser (@liwiser) on
A photo posted by Honey Combs (@honey_combs4) on
Of course there were some variations on it:
A photo posted by Mrs. Pax If Ya Nasty (@rachel_8) on
H/T ET | Screengrab via Hulu
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.