Mark Hamill wished Daisy Ridley a happy birthday by posting this amazing picture with this message on Twitter :
A long time ago (last week I think) In a galaxy far, far way(@PinewoodStudios ) THIS happened! Happy Birthday Daisy!
After David Cameron (and lots of other politicians) have been implicated in the Panama Papers debacle, the hit TV show 'House of Cards' dug up the above old Tweet from the British prime minister to troll him with this gif.
Ayesha Curry is the wife of basketball star Steph Curry and now she has her own cooking show. She's got a reputation for being a woman of the utmost respectability. She has a food and lifestyle blog, and she's not afraid to call out the rest of society for "barely wearing clothes these days." Thanks to her new cooking show, she's at the center of this hilarious, judgey meme.
J.K. Rowling, in her never ending quest to become everyones "cool aunt" on Twitter, has offered up some inspiration in the form of rejection letters.
The pictured letters are both tiny and a little blurry but if you put on your reading glasses you might see that one is a polite and short dismissal and the other is apologetic and offers some helpful tips after saying "No, thank you."
This was part of a discussion where Rowling also answered questions and, as usual, offered a response to a fan that was both supportive and wise.
See, just like everyone else, J.K. Rowling got rejected a few times before becoming an international sensation. Take away her fame and she still gets rejected every now and then.
A London man ended up in big trouble after posting several awful Tweets about Muslims following the Brussels Attacks. His initial Tweet, where he describes "confronting" a Muslim woman was met with an appropriate amount of derision from other users who turned his phrase into a meme.
via @s8mb, @robmanuel, @Pandamoanimum
He clarified the incident with "The Telegraph" with an alternate version of events:
What everyone’s got wrong about this is I didn’t confront the woman,” he said. “I just said: ‘Excuse me, can I ask what you thought about the incident in Brussels?'”
“She was white, and British, wearing a hijab – and she told me it was nothing to do with her.
“I said ‘thank you for explaining that’ – and her little boy said goodbye to me as we went out separate ways.”
Despite this alternate version of events, his Twitter stream has devolved into alternately spouting hateful things aimed at Muslims and retweeting stories about his "confrontation" Tweet.
But the story doesn't end there, he was arrested later for his hateful posts. The Telegraph gives details from a police spokesperson on the situation:
"A 46-year-old man was this evening arrested at his home in Croydon on suspicion of inciting racial hatred on social media. He has been taken to a south London police station and enquiries continue."
Twitter user @kalssseyharmon shared her lonely cookout with her Grandfather, lovingly dubbed "Pawpaw" on Twitter. The internet was suddenly reminded to call their own grandparents so, instead they Tweeted about how sad this Pawpaw situation made them. After all, no one should have to cook 12 burgers just to have one person show up.