Donald Trump just said for us to call him "Mr. BREXIT" on Twitter:
Understandably, the internet erupted in ridicule for the man who, until very recently, was unfamiliar with the term "BREXIT" entirely:
...and for the WIN:
For about $20 at Albuquerque Italian restaurant, Paisano's, you can buy yourself some bad judgment.
The owner, Rick Camuglia, insists he wasn't trivializing the Black Lives Matter movement, but just trying to push his "tuna dish with black olive tapenade."
Understandably, Twitter erupted trying to explain where he went wrong:
...but he JUST DOESN'T SEEM TO GET IT.
The shirt and hat are still available for sale here if you don't get it either.
Olympics commentary finally was worth watching this weekend, when a Bachelorette party crashed the BBC's coverage
This is the beautiful moment when a hen party crashed BBC Four's late-night Olympic coverage. pic.twitter.com/urlBmFzzKA— Scott Bryan (@scottygb) August 14, 2016
The bride, Maria, refused to end her 15 Minutes of Fame, but paid back the favor by giving the network some free publicity by having her party chant "BBC! BBC!" for the cameras...
The commentator, Scott Bryan, didn't seem to mind...
...and even followed up with her the next day
The cutie finally ended her brief guest starring role by signing off with the "call me" sign....
Here's to hoping her husband doesn't mind her public lack of marital commitment.
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.
To be fair to the person who made the decision that there needed to be 75 lifeguards keeping an eye on the world's best swimmers, concussions and other accidents do happen. That hasn't stopped the internet jokesters from commenting on a picture of a bored looking lifeguard.
As soon as this Sprite advertisement was spotted, people started to complain. Why, maybe because instead of saying truths that are #BrutallyRefreshing, as the campaign intended, it really amounted to some cheap jokes that are #BrutallySexist.
The responses were equal parts "Sprite, you should be ashamed!" and "Did no one in charge of marketing read over this and think that it could be offensive and/or sexist? Really? NO ONE?!?"
via @ThisCaitlin, @AmarielleEU, @WellNowUniverse,
via @shaunbrilldream, @CristianaDeLia