Paparazzi caught a pic of Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep on the set of season 2 of their show Big Little Lies recently that's been getting meme'd to shreds. Take a look for yourself!
The results are in, and these exam questions deserve an A+. Leave it to the spicy, creative minds of Twitter users to hatch up some hilarious hypothetical questions for future exams about that ongoing Brexit saga. Can you picture it? A day in the future when kids sit down to answer that imperative question regarding how Brexit shook out. Do you think these replies are anywhere close to being on the mark? Who's to say.
Not everyone is happy with the election results from last night — in fact, a solid half of the country really doesn't like it very much at all. But two states are already forming a plan. Californians and New Yorkers on Twitter are calling for a California Exit (Calexit) and a New York Exit (NYexit), respectively, which would see them both seceding from these United States.
Does that mean they're taking Disneyland with them? The Statue of Liberty? Yes. Yes, it does.
A clever ad campaign has caught Londoners attention by threatening to deport Pokémon Go! characters as a ploy for getting attention for a petition demanding that EU Citizens be allowed to stay in the UK with the same rights as pre-BREXIT had allowed them. The signs were spotted all over London Monday, from the London Eye to Tube Stations:
The #POKEMONGOHOME Campaign has garnered a ton of attention...
So even though we love and adore THESE guys...
...Go Sign The Petition to guarantee EU Nationals a right to remain in the UK, because people are definitely better than freakin' Pidgeys.
David Cameron was caught humming a little tune to himself shortly after he announced Theresa May would become the next UK Prime Minister.
Curious minds wanted to know WHAT Cameron was humming. Candidates included "Yes Minister", "The West Wing", "Shostakovich's 5th," "Winnie the Pooh," "Schools out for Summer", "The Final Countdown", and "The Great Escape".
Personally, I would opt to name it "Happy Exit".
When discussing the Brexit in the European Parliament, Jean-Claude Juncker (the current President of the European Commission) gave a dire warning.
"I saw the leaders of other planets, and you should know that those who observe us from afar are worried. They question the way that the European Union will continue. We (the European Parliament) should reassure the Europeans and those who observe us from afar." X-files anyone?
Lindsay Lohan really wanted the UK and the EU to stay together you guys. Unfortunately, it seems like she deleted her amazing journalistic endeavor so you'll have to be satisfied with the scraps that we dug up from the internet. Watching the former starlet, who is still kinda clueless about the geography of the UK, become a "voice of reason" to some people is still pretty hilarious.