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And we didn’t even to wait until the Year 3000!

Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas, and Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers attend the Mercedes-Benz Star Lounge during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014 at Lincoln Center on September 5, 2013 in New York City. (Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz)

@shutupmaeve, joking about the news that the iconic band of brothers is reuniting. Rumors of a reunion were first reported Feb. 18. On Thursday, the band blacked out its Instagram and Twitter accounts, intensifying fan speculation about a reunion. The band released a new single called “Sucker” at midnight Thursday.

22 sauces? Popeyes is shaking.

Guy Fieri attends the Discovery Upfront 2018 at the Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on April 10, 2018 in New York City. (Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Discovery)

@lukezim, commenting on the news that the eccentric chef is expanding his Orlando, Fla.-based restaurant Chicken Guy! into a chain. Chicken Guy!, which boasts 22 sauces, announced a new location in Miami, with a promise of more to come around the U.S.

You didn’t want to be used for self-promotion. That’s understandable. What isn’t is your horribly nasty tone with a fan.

Makeup artist Jeffree Star attends Vanity Fair and Lancome Toast to The Hollywood Issue at Chateau Marmont on February 23, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)

@walpstar, criticizing makeup artist Jeffree Star for his overly harsh response to a tweet. After Star congratulated a fan for getting a job at Ulta, another fan, @keanubalani, replied with a photo of his own makeup work. In a now-deleted tweet, Star lashed out at him, saying @keanubalani didn’t need to “whore [himself] out” and had hijacked someone else’s accomplishment. Though many understood Star’s distaste for the self-promotion, they took issue with his disproportionately nasty tone.

Personally, I like when apps go down. It allows us to communicate like actual humans.

@tt_dubs, reacting to the beloved coffee chain’s mobile app having a Thursday morning “meltdown” (according to Starbucks’ official Twitter). Users were unable to place their orders and pick them up at a nearby location. Instead, as @StephAlondra tweeted, they had to “stand in line like a peasant” and place their orders in person.

I’m glad she’s safe, but this grandma is serving some serious looks.

@senjatanuklir, comparing Twitter user @Xiushook’s grandmother to the “Frozen” character who controls ice and snow, after the former was briefly whisked away on an iceberg in Iceland. @Xiushook shared that while her grandma was posing on a throne-shaped block of ice, a wave dislodged the ice from the shore of Jokulsarlon Lagoon. Luckily, a bystander happened to be a boat captain trained in water rescue, and he brought her safely back to shore.