The #PelosiClap is the power move to end all power moves.
@alexandergold, praising the House speaker’s snarky applause for President Trump during Tuesday night’s State of the Union. The president’s comment that politicians “must reject the politics of revenge, resistance and retribution” caused the California Democrat — who sat for most of the speech — to stand and clap aggressively at Trump, an action perceived as a call for him to heed his own advice. The speaker’s pointed response became an instant meme.
I don’t know how we got different-colored hearts before interracial couples, but it’s about time.
@SarahBColeman, reacting to the 2019 crop of emojis approved by the Unicode Consortium, which will be available on mobile phones later this year. Updates include mixed-raced and mixed-gender couples as well as mechanical prosthetics, hard-of-hearing people, wheelchairs and an otter.
All of these plays are better than anything that happened during the Super Bowl.
@javachik, joking about the Sacramento Kings’ Twitter thread Monday on “the absolute most exciting highlights” of their game against the San Antonio Spurs. The thread was made “in the spirit” of Sunday’s Super Bowl LIII, which was panned for being boring and was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history. The Kings’ tweeted highlights were similarly mundane — mainly rebounds and fouls.
Your fave could NEVER serve terrified and terrifying the way Lupita Nyong’o is on this “Us” poster.
@JarettSays, tweeting about the new poster for Jordan Peele’s horror film “Us.” Fans praised Lupita Nyong’o for bringing so much emotion to the image. Many are wildly anticipating the movie’s March release, such as @lenikacruz, who tweeted, “I’ve never been more ready to be traumatized in my life.”