For those of us who are unfamiliar with Greek mythology, Imgur user Skyscraper4ants explained the joke for everyone.
Someone on Twitter asked Gordon Ramsay if he's allergic to anything. His response made a lot of people mad:
It may be a fitting joke for a chef but it wasn't very nice. Not surprisingly, vegans responded with disappointment.
via Catgalll, namjoonsbbygirl, KatePow3ll
Some people were more upset that the joke just wasn't that clever:
But it's ok guys, because he apologized and clarified that it was just a joke.
Good one, Ramsay.
In preparation for his return to Earth, astronaut Scott Kelly decided to have a little fun. When he returns he'll have stayed been in space for 520 consecutive days, a US record. He's also given a not as funny interview reflecting on his one year mission.
People in Singapore are having a devil of a time deciding what to do about the new '666' bus line. 666 is considered by the superstitious to be the "number of the beast" in reference to Satan. Some of the Facebook comments on the Land Transport Authority announcement say using this number is insensitive. Others argue that it's perfectly reasonable.
The rest of the commenters just showed up to make jokes.
via Singapore Land Transport Authority
Hopefully the '666' bus driver will have a sense of humor, these jokes will probably only stop when Hell freezes over.
Let's stick to making mediocre breakfast, IHOP. Social media isn't for you.
The pancake house is in deep syrup after making a joke on Twitter Sunday that fell...flat.
The reaction to the joke was swift, which likened a stack of pancakes to a women with a flat chest.
But this isn't the first time IHOP has tried variations of misogyny. It looks like the company tweeted about a "butter face" back in March.
It didn't take long for IHOP to tweet out an apology. It almost seems like they knew the backlash was coming.
Earlier today we tweeted something dumb and immature that does not reflect what IHOP stands for. We're sorry.— IHOP (@IHOP) October 19, 2015
Yesterday, Apple had one of its events which makes you spend the next few hours madly adjusting your spending expectations for the year. There, they announced the Apple Pencil.
It's a neat little thing, but it's also a total stylus with a fancy name and a $100 price tag.
So, the Internet had at it.
APPLE PENCIL OMG WHAT THE HECK I AM DEAD pic.twitter.com/2MMi0C5ErM— Justine Ezarik (@ijustine) September 9, 2015
I hope the next version is called the Apple No.2 Pencil.— Ben Parr (@benparr) September 9, 2015
Apple Pencil gets laughs in a room of people specifically chosen not to laugh at dumb names of things.— Jeff Cannata (@jeffcannata) September 9, 2015
2014: bigger phones! 2015: apple pencil 2016: apple fax machine 2017: apple pager 2018: apple abacus https://t.co/LLJe2QWSWv— arit john (@aritbenie) September 9, 2015
There were also a lot of the jokes you would completely expect, but still welcome.
kid - can I get the new Apple pencil? parents - sure here u go pic.twitter.com/nNZ0nUBlUW— Jenny (@xojennydey) September 9, 2015
And then there was the Apple Pencil Pro:
But the troll of all trolls came from America's diner and weird Twitter participant — Denny's.
introducing denny's toothpick. your teeth, performing at full potential. pic.twitter.com/a8uxWmAwXF— Denny's (@DennysDiner) September 9, 2015
While you were dusting off your top hat and cleaning your monocle for the start of this Monday morning, you may have noticed something was off with the stock market.
For starters, the economy tanked hard, dropping 1,000 points in seconds after opening.
That's real bad.
Also, One Direction split up.