Is your man distant, inattentive, and seeming preoccupied? The obvious assumption would be that he is thinking about other women. This meme challenges that theory - and reveals the complex thoughts that are actually swimming around his head.
We're not ones to play into stereotypes, but they're pretty hard to avoid. Especially on sites like Twitter. Even well-meaning observational tweets can come off as obnoxious political and gendered takes. Comedian Lane Moore started this meme with a tweet about how women put a ton of work into their appearance, while men are more likely to take the three-in-one body wash route. The tweet quickly took off, inspiring other funny Twitter folk to make their own versions. As you'll see below, the joke has kinda spiraled out of control.
Maybe it's the half serious, half joking tone of this commercial or that April 1st is coming up fast. Maybe it's the fact that they have three pretty normal looking dudes doing silly dances and playing in bubble baths and then that one super hot guy just... doing hot guy stuff?
Some people don't get it, some people love it and others are just glad SOMEBODY brought up the topic.
via @RicharDHighnote, @TayRaeTep, @floreashelby, @kingtaylorxx
Is it real or is it a joke? Maybe only time will tell. In the mean time though, seriously, what's up with "Matt" (if that is his real name)? Amid butt selfies and purposely comical Yoga poses, does he not seem like the odd man out?
Meet Tom Flynn. Tom is a bartender from New York City. He is really bad at Jeopardy.
He is also really, really ridiculously good looking. At least, according to the Internet.
Tom the bartender might be one of my favorite jeopardy contestants of all time. pic.twitter.com/HV925kuXlb— earl simmons (@iamsamkeller) October 26, 2015
Tom was up against Beth Horn, a nanny from Dallas, and Sean Anderson, a professor from Illinois. But no one cared.
The Internet only cares about Tom.
Just look at that face...
I swear Tom Flynn is just looking at himself on the monitors. #jeopardy— (Mr.) Stacy Lambe (@sllambe) October 26, 2015
He was unable to answer the Final Jeopardy question, but he had the perfect response.
What am I doing here?
What is Jeopardy?
What can we do to get your number, Tom?
To celebrate Guinness World Records Day, this happened.
The tallest man in the world, Sultan Kosen (8 feet, 3 inches) met the shortest man in the world, Chandra Bahadur Dangi (21.5 inches) in London.
Meanwhile, in NBC studios in New York, Al Roker is livestreaming his bathroom breaks, er, trying to break the world record for longest weather forecast.
Sponsored by the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE), former Feminist Dr. Janice Fiamengo was due to speak at the University of Ottawa, March 28, about men's issues and the double standards of Feminism. What was supposed to be a civil discussion turned into a mess as protesters decided to go beyond voicing their views to actively disrupt the event (again) in an incredibly immature fashion.
This marks the third time that Feminists & Friends have interfered with a men's rights event.