Hilarious SNL skit in which Kylo Ren (played by Adam Driver) poses as a simple radar technician in order to find out what the employees of the First Order REALLY think of him. Some say he's shredded.
The book 'Milk and Honey' is most famous for its poems about love and self-empowerment. Some time ago a very talented guy came up with a brilliant idea and fused the two most amazing things together: the book "Milk and Honey" with the hilarious quotes from the vine videos and made the book which is now called "Milk and Vine." Yes, you read that right. Milk and Vine. It contains the vine quotes written in a similar style to the poems from the original book, and everyone just loves it. Emily Beck and Adam Gasiewski – Authors of the book, published it on Amazon and it went viral overnight.
Coachella has released their lineup for this year, and twitter was there with their response. People thought up some pretty interesting and specific acts. Not much of a Coachella person, but would pay to see Sandra Bullock in a blindfold, just kinda wandering around.
We've all seen those insane college dorm room transformations floating around the internet now that we're in back-to-school season - you know, where a college student supposedly converts a hideous tiny dorm room into a gorgeous space that looks fit for a Kardashian. Well, people on the internet have started to roast these "transformations" and call them out for being fake, because let's be honest...what college student realistically has the time or money for that?
Have a look!
JK Rowling, the queen of drawing out random details of the Harry Potter franchise, is back in the limelight for, well...drawing out random details of the Harry Potter franchise - details that absolutely no one asked for, of course.
She told Radio Times last week that Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald had an "intense and passionate" relationship that had a "sexual dimension to it." Of course, her actual statements got twisted in subsequent reports, but the roasts and parody tweets that have come from it are absolutely still valid!
We're not here to get all political with you all, but we couldn't pass up the opportunity to share these hilarious parody tweets. The roasts started when Philip Klein of the Washington Examiner tweeted, "New post: Elizabeth Warren's plan to cancel student loan debt would be a slap in the face to all those who struggled to pay off their loans." We're lazy, so we're not going to go into more detail, but you can read about it here.
As you can probably see, this line of thinking is a bit flawed, so accordingly, Twitter users had a field day with it!
Thank you, Literary Twitter for starting our new favorite hashtag challenge. The fun stems from the #OwnVoices hashtag, which addresses the voices of marginalized communities. The hashtag naturally had its critcs; among them was a male author that insisted he was living proof that men are capable of penning realistic female characters. After Gwen C. Katz shared some super-cringey passages of his proof, the challenge was born.
Women on Twitter quickly began parodying the passages, describing their most coveted features in hilarious and painfully flowery fashion. Many of these tweets show greater writing chops than we've seen in some books. While the fetishization of female characters is certainly getting old, we could read these farcical tweets all day.