Yep. Those are definitely standard-grade ear plugs, Mr. Reilly. Here are some of the reactions, courtesy of IJReview:
The now-deleted tweet seems to have failed in being sensitive to the September 11 Australian release date with poster art displaying the Ninja Turtles falling from a fiery New York skyscraper.
He's already got a hilariously insensitive track record: "black" Transformers who can't read, robot balls, and now, 9/11-causing TMNT.— Patriotic Half-Eagle (@ValTalonheart) July 29, 2014
Above you can see the tweet that the Associated Press sent in regards to the bodies of the victims of the MH17 crash. Unfortunately, the grammatical ambiguity of the sentence gave it an entirely different meaning. For reference, here's what it could have been:
See? Nerds on the internet get into heated debates about the Oxford comma and grammatical clarity all the time, but this actually had some consequences! Luckily, they clarified the statement:
Picture above via Urban Dictionary.
This weekend saw a disturbing hashtag trend made in promotion of the newest movie in "The Purge" franchise (you know, the movie that sets its premise on the idea that people would turn into violent Freudian monsters if crime was legal for a day rather than just like... deal with their problems like adults). The idea was to promote users to go wild and free on the social media network for a day, which inevitably led to jerks exposing graphically violent content - or even worse, nude photos of (often underage) ex-girlfriends.
This led some to parody the whole event outright:
Meanwhile, others got right to the heart of the matter:
Maybe instead we should have just purged social media from our system entirely?
The perpetually predatory and lyrically questionable Robin Thicke attempted to gain buzz for his new single Paula (totally not a song about trying to force himself back into a dead relationship, BTW) by asking Twitter to send him questions via the #AskThicke hashtag. Unsurprisingly, people used the hashtag to lob any and all number of pot shots at the pop crooner. Like these:
But really, let's get to the heart of the matter: