If the U.S. got on the K-pop train, everyone would’ve known this was fake. (And streamed “Butterfly”)

@yeoj2n, reacting to a viral tweet from @chaoticbyoec claiming K-pop group Loona members Chuu, left, and Yves had gotten married, becoming the world’s richest couple. The fictitious tweet — aimed at- promoting Loona’s new music — plays off a 2017 tweet that made the same claim about two members of the South Korean-Chinese girl band WJSN.

It is my humble opinion that shoes should not be modeled after food.

@AdamSerwer, questioning shoe retailer Saucony’s newest release: the “Avocado Toast.” The sneaker is designed to look like the popular food, with “toast-ed leather,” suede textured and colored to look like smashed avocado, and “red pepper flake” lining. A pair retails for $130, per Saucony’s website, and says “Suacamole” — the brand’s take on the saying “Holy guacamole” — on the heel.

This movie is going to be amazing but also if Pikachu is hurt, I’ll be distressed.

@_MissClick_, tweeting about the legendary Pokémon’s appearance in the second trailer for the live-action film. The trailer also gave fans a look at the fire-breathing Charizard and Ryan Reynolds’ Pikachu in combat. Mewtwo’s presence has fans wondering what the sometime villain has in store.

Dirk has often been the most silent of the Big 3, but he’s finally getting the recognition he deserves.

@haralabob, praising L.A. Clippers Coach Doc Rivers for taking time during Monday night’s game against the Dallas Mavericks to honor Mavs forward Dirk Nowitzki. With nine seconds left, Rivers called a timeout and urged fans to give Nowitzki, who may retire after this season, a standing ovation. The audience at Staples Center obliged and Nowitzki later called it “humbling.”