As if Michelle Obama couldn’t become any more relatable.
@ErinStrecker, reacting to former first lady Michelle Obama saying, “That s--- doesn’t work all the time” in reference to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s “lean in” philosophy. The term posits that women must be partially responsible for creating workplace equality. The audience at the New York stop on her book tour was thrilled that Obama didn’t mince her words — though she quickly apologized for using the expletive.
Sully Bush is proof that we really, really do not deserve dogs.
@CalebJHull, tweeting about the touching photo of Sully — former President George H.W. Bush’s service dog — lying in front of Bush’s casket in Houston. Sully was to accompany the casket as it arrived in D.C. for his funeral, before joining the dog program at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda.
Dec. 17 may just be the day Tumblr goes down ... permanently.
@sarahmcgbeauty, joking that no one would use Tumblr after the social media site announced that as of Dec. 17 it will ban nudity and sexual content, with the exception of nudity in classical statues or political protests. Many joked that showing nudity and sex were the main point of Tumblr, especially for burgeoning artists. The move comes after Tumblr was removed from the iOS app store over a child pornography incident.
Just watch “Seinfeld” on Hulu.
@RIVERJPHOENlX, reacting to news that Netflix is removing the popular ’90s sitcom on Jan. 1. Fans of the show immediately became distraught, wondering how they were going to watch the series over and over again — before Twitter user @rockmarooned pointed out that TBS has reruns almost every day.
We get it, your house didn’t burn down!
via @caitlynjenner on Instagram
An Instragram commenter, blasting Caitlyn Jenner for posting a picture of her undamaged house with the caption: “This is the reason we live in Malibu. So lucky our home made it” in the aftermath of the wildfires that swept through parts of California last month. Jenner was seemingly responding to reports that her home had been damaged, but her caption was deemed tone-deaf by fans, who noted that other Malibu properties, such as the home of Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus, were destroyed.