Judging by his knowledge on the subject, Tom Hanks seems like an ideal spades or whist partner.

@wkamaubell, criticizing actor Tim Allen, bottom, for his apparent lack of interest during an interview with blogger Xilla Valentine. When Valentine tests Allen and “Toy Story 4” co-star Tom Hanks’ knowledge of spades and bid whist — card games that are popular in black communities — Allen seems to shut down, asking, “Should I get a cup of coffee?” That didn’t sit well with viewers who were reminded of a 2013 interview he did with The Tampa Bay Times, in which Allen said he should be allowed to use the N-word whenever he likes.

THEY ARE THE REIGNING WORLD CUP CHAMPS WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

@grlpride32, supporting the U.S. Women’s National Team after they were criticized Tuesday for celebrating too much during their World Cup opener against Thailand, which they beat 13-0. People intensely criticized winger Megan Rapinoe, right, for twirling and sliding after scoring goal No. 9 for the reigning World Cup champs.

Not a fan of cats. Unless it’s a sassy one bedazzled on a baby tee.

@arianamarie, reacting to the news that model Kimora Lee Simmons’ iconic early 2000s brand is returning as a Forever 21 collaboration. Many fans were elated by the announcement — and possible resurgence of the brand’s velour tracksuits and bedazzled cat logo — but some wondered what Forever 21’s fast-fashion influence would mean for Baby Phat’s quality.

The bigger question here is: How has he only like eight tweets?

@ericdemamp, joking about the president liking a tweet from writer Heben Nigatu that praised the singer for speaking on the importance of a work-life balance. Twitter users have taken the like as a sign that Trump, who has liked just eight tweets, is a Rihanna fan.

“I just didn’t want to be the kid with cancer, so now I’m the kid who plays violin.”

@Stevenator9001, tweeting about 11-year-old violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa’s Tuesday audition on “America’s Got Talent.” After explaining he was bullied for having cancer, Tyler performed a rousing cover of Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You).” Judge Simon Cowell hit the golden buzzer, sending Tyler to the live shows.