EVERY day since May 26th. Dude, I can't even.
And then glorious beauty struck. Seth stepped to the plate, and address the incessant string of 'exposed' tweets:
Things weren't weird enough though, were they?
A 24-year-old man spent 16 hours in a jail cell following an arrest for alleged criminal damage.
"On arrival at Perry Barr (the name of the UK jail) I was impressed by how modern and clean the building looks. I was dealt with promptly by the custody officer and shown to my cell.
He wrote: "Once in my cell I was pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness and décor neutrally decorated to please all parties but done to a high standard."
However, he had to deduct points since he had concerns over a hair found near the en-suite toilet and felt that cups of tea could have been provided more promptly.
Chief Inspector Paul Minor, West Midlands Police Criminal Justice Manager, said: "We feel it's a five-star facility. The reviewer has been very complimentary about the facility and staff, but I think he's been a little harsh by awarding it just a three-star rating." How British!
Like most dads, this guy wasn't a fan of his daughter getting old enough to take selfies. Instead of just telling her that she can't take selfies (which never works) he decided to join her.
If your parents are unfamiliar with Snapchat filters and perhaps a little "thick", it can be quite easy to mess with them.
So, when a child shows up with a square head during a WhatsApp conversation, motherly instincts are sure to kick into gear.
As is the case with Rebecca Owen, a receptionist from Manchester, UK, and her mother, who was certain her daughter's square head was the result of a food allergy (salmon paste) or even drugs.
Leonardo Semma got suspended in January for three days for trolling his school superintendent about snow on Twitter. He waited until graduation to share the incident on Twitter along with his suspension letter and it's now gone viral. He also followed up with an email that was sent to his dad about the above "crowning achievement" Tweet.
Yesterday, George Zimmerman announced that he would be auctioning off the infamous gun used in the killing of Trayvon Martin as "a piece of American history". It did not take long for that auction to get pulled but Zimmerman managed to find a different website to host his auction after all.
A troll on the internet wasted no time on vigilante justice though, going by the name of "Racist McShootface" and driving the price of the gun into the millions.
Eventually the troll account was disabled but it was enough to inspire other trolls to carry on his good work. Reportedly, the fake bid made it up to around $65 million. It's unclear if the trolls will ultimately shut down the auction or if it will go to the highest legitimate bidder. The website it is hosted on has made it clear that they do not manage the auctions that users host on their site.
So far the seemingly most legitimate bidder is Brez Morrell according to Gawker, who bid up to $485,000 before "Racist McShootface" derailed the proceedings. Also of note, and not particularly surprising, Brez Morrell's response to trolls was to defend Zimmerman and tell trolls that he (or she) hopes their "children get murdered". Awesome.