The only consolation here is that the last video didn’t top 20 minutes.
@kosmicgrande, tweeting about the end to the drama between YouTubers Jeffree Star, Tati Westbrook and James Charles. On Monday, Star posted a video in which he apologized to Charles for threatening to expose him, calling him a “danger to society” and bullying his brother on Twitter. Star said he was “embarrassed” by his actions and was putting the matter to rest for his mental health. Westbrook also apologized and deleted her “Bye Sister…” video from earlier this month, in which she called out Charles for his allegedly manipulative behavior.
A swimsuit, but make it useless.
@itspoppyduh, criticizing online retailer PrettyLittleThing for having bikinis that are only for “poolside posing.” Twitter user @Princrastinate discovered the flaw after showering in a two-piece suit by the brand, only to have the dye run everywhere. She contacted PLT and the company said some swimsuits weren’t meant for the water. The admission confused customers and many said they would return bikinis from the brand.
I mean, the ash may be gone but surely King’s Landing is still a million degrees from Drogon’s fire?
@Savanna39803740, joking about the final “Game of Thrones” blunder, a water bottle spotted by the feet of Samwell Tarly during the series finale. The water bottle’s appearance follows a similar cameo by a disposable coffee cup two weeks ago. HBO has yet to comment on the water bottle.
Brienne of Tarth is a better woman than most of us would’ve been in this situation. (But also why didn’t she let the ink dry?)
@TylerRickyTynes, joking about Brienne of Tarth filling out Jaime Lannister’s entry in the Book of Brothers — the official record for a deeds of every knight — during Sunday’s “Game of Thrones” series finale. The shots of Brienne carefully writing soon became a meme, with comparisons to “Sex and the City” and “Mean Girls.” Fans also offered their interpretations of what she wrote about her ex-lover.
Personally, I love how much we know about this milkshake.
@Harryslaststand, marking the “milkshaking” of Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage. The politician was hit with a Five Guys banana and salted caramel shake on Monday in Newcastle, England. After berating his security team for not stopping milkshake-thrower Paul Crowther, Farage said he was pressing charges.