There’s no official word yet on how Oklahoma feels about this diss, but we can probably guess.
@Tesa2222, criticizing the singer’s performance of her 2014 hit “Little Red Wagon” at Sunday’s Academy of Country Music Awards. Lambert sang “I got the hell out of Oklahoma” instead of “I live in Oklahoma,” shading ex-husband Blake Shelton and where they lived while married. Some fans praised the line, but others called it petty, since the two divorced back in 2015.
Petition to bring back the “Game of Thrones” shame nun for this “gamer.”
You cheated not only the game, but yourself. You didn’t grow. You didn’t improve. You took a shortcut and gained nothing. You experienced a hollow victory. Nothing was risked and nothing was gained. It’s sad that you don’t know the difference.
A Commenter, blasting PC Gamer’s James Davenport for having used a slowdown mod to finish Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Davenport used the cheat to put the final boss in slow motion, making him easier to attack. The writer’s assertion that he felt “no shame” drew the ire of gaming purists who put in countless hours to beat “Sekiro.”
In a time where Hollywood fails to hire black hairstylists, seeing Kylie Jenner learning how to do Stormi’s hair is admirable.
@lyssabunny_, praising the makeup mogul for making the effort to learn how to do her daughter Stormi Webster’s hair. After Jenner shared a video on Instagram over the weekend of herself styling Stormi’s hair, many took to social media to applaud the reality star, noting that parents of mixed-race children often fail to educate themselves on how to properly care for hair that isn’t the same type and texture as their own. Of the process, Jenner captioned her video, “I’m not the best. But I love learning.”
These optics really are terrible.
@RoseKatic, tweeting about Dinner With a View, Toronto’s latest pop-up restaurant, where customers can enjoy pricey three-course meals in room-sized clear terrariums. Dinner With a View sparked protests in the past few days due to its location under Gardiner Expressway, near where homeless people had been living until the city demolished their encampments earlier this year.
My rage stems from people who don’t have a certain cellular carrier saying that carrier sucks. How would you know?
When I bite into a delicious sandwich and all the insides fall out of the other end. I call this ‘Sandwich Rage.’
Reddit user yakshack, in a viral thread where users were asked: “What is the smallest thing that makes you lose your temper immediately?” Other responses included constant tapping noises, bright screens in movie theaters and people chewing loudly.
Bumping my head on something when I stand up. It takes me by surprise and pisses me off.
If someone shushes me or puts their hand in my face. I go from zero to 100 in no time.
People using their brightest screens on their phones to check texts and social media during movies in a theater.
When someone chews loudly beside me, especially if they chew with their mouth open.