National Health Services (NHS) worker Kara Florish took to Twitter to document receiving a body-image shaming business card on London's Underground.
The card, which states to be from a group called "Overweight Haters Ltd", reads "fat" in large letters on one side. The other side contains a paragraph with a description of the "organization".
Writer Sean Thomas Knox witnessed a similar, separate body-shaming card incident, and tweeted about it's authenticity.
It's Thanksgiving again, and you know what that means!
Turkey, dressing, football and being hassled by all of the extended family you see once a year.
But Twitter has got your back. If Aunt Shirley starts talking mess, just choose from these sick burns below that users have crowdsourced with #ThanksgivingClapback.
Let Nicki Minaj show you the way...
With Thanksgiving almost here, people on Twitter are eager to share their traditions. And these undoubtedly vary from culture to culture.
The hashtags #ThanksgivingWithBlackFamilies, #ThanksgivingWithWhiteFamilies and #ThanksgivingWithHispanics started trending to share hilarious stories from each group.
Do most of these tweets perpetuate stereotypes? Yep.
But are they hilarious? You bet!
Jeopardy has had its fair share of strange and interesting contestants this year.
But none has brought forth the wrath of the Internet like Laura Ashby and her interesting vocal fry.
Really, the Internet kind of hates her...a lot.
But at least she has a sense of humor about it. She's won over $36,802, and is still going strong.
Haterz gonna hate.
Actress Debra Messing really doesn't want to see your peen.
Someone sent me a DM of his very VERY large penis.... That's all.— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) November 17, 2015
Exhibit: OMG she just tweeted that to her 257,000 followers!
RESPECT WOMEN. RESPECT YOURSELVES. pic.twitter.com/8sEPyldSEG— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) November 17, 2015
The Will & Grace star apparently received this picture from a gentleman on Instagram. She didn't appreciate his unsolicited nudity, so she had a message for the Internet.
But don't send the peen.
The John Lewis department store Christmas advert is a tradition that almost everyone in the UK looks forward to.
This year's sentimental and beautiful ad was no different. Except one man in Virginia definitely wasn't looking forward to its release.
99+ notifications. Sigh.— John Lewis (@johnlewis) November 6, 2015
John Lewis, a computer science educator living in America, has the same name as the giant British department store. And every Christmas is a struggle in his Twitter mentions.
Even though it gets annoying every year, he takes it pretty well.
And who wouldn't? This seemingly random guy now has 12.5k followers.