El Fin De Semana— Steevn (@Stefon_xo) September 10, 2019
Abel with the cartel— ａｍａｚｏｎｊａｗｎ (@AmazonJawn) September 10, 2019
this look ain’t it drop the album tho— SQØØ₣ (@xsqoof) September 10, 2019
The Weeknd ? Nah it’s el Fin De Semana— andres ひ (@herreraaaas) September 10, 2019
Lionel Richie, Bruno Mars, and Lenny Kravitz are reportedly in a heated custody battle over this photograph— nudah (@nudahwastaken) September 10, 2019
He looks like Donald Glover playing The Weekend in a Lifetime biopic.— Foodie Huxtable (@DaMayorOfGso) September 10, 2019
Let’s put Ms. Monopoly in a power suit and call it a day.
@iamscottenglish, tweeting about Ms. Monopoly, Hasbro’s new version of its classic board game, which pays women more than men. Women receive $1,900 initially and collect $240 after passing go, compared to $1,500 and $200 for men. Real estate properties are replaced with inventions by women, such as bulletproof vests and Wi-Fi. The reimagining has been hailed for bringing attention to the wage gap, but also received some backlash for being “sexist.”
Ms. Monopoly 🤦🏻♂️— Chris Beniquez (@CGBenz) September 10, 2019
Did monopoly ever have to do with men making more money than women? Bcuz I don’t ever remember that being the reason for the game or a point of view on it.
I get what @Hasbro were going for with Ms. Monopoly. It’s supposed to be a teaching tool about income inequality like how the original was intended. The problem is people didn’t pick up on the subtext of the board game back then and they won’t with this version either. pic.twitter.com/0oPxN6uO6O— Floornine (@Frankenfarts) September 10, 2019
I'm extremely disappointed that Ms. Monopoly looks like a regular lady in a blazer and not a gilded age heiress. How are you gonna put Ginnifer Goodwin here next to a dude in a top hat and monocle when you should have had Consuelo Vanderbilt instead pic.twitter.com/CZJurtfwiu— a small person, an attack child (@vqnerdballs) September 10, 2019
so hasbro wants to start a conversation with ms. monopoly but like how far does this go, do women get a discount when they buy it? or does it cost more than regular monopoly cuz it has "Ms." on it?— okem (@okemsrazor) September 10, 2019
Glad to see ESPN went with “radioactive Mountain Dew” for their short-lived graphic redesign.
Dear ESPN,— Ricky Henne (@RickyHenne) September 9, 2019
Literally any - ANY - color other than yellow is cool for down and distance.
Football Fans Everywhere
@RickyHenne, discussing ESPN’s new and short-lived down-and-distance graphic. The new graphic debuted Monday, but its greenish-yellow color confused viewers, as yellow is used to indicate a flag has been thrown by the referees. Due to the backlash, ESPN changed the down-and-distance graphic to black after halftime.
First world problem at it’s finest— Young Buck (@skyelab79) September 10, 2019
That's a phenomenal job by ESPN to listen to viewers and already change the color of the down/distance graphic from yellow/green/whatever to white.— Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) September 10, 2019
Oprah voice: So what is the truth?
Flash forward to Trump and Bolton throwing wine at each other on the reunion show— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) September 10, 2019
@pattymo, reacting to the discrepancy in how the president and John Bolton described the national security adviser’s departure. Trump maintains that he fired Bolton because he “disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions.” But Bolton tweeted Tuesday: “I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, ‘Let’s talk about it tomorrow.’ ”
MAGA Twitter Leftist/Liberal Twitter— Jared Holt (@jaredlholt) September 10, 2019
making fun of John Bolton's termination
The New England Patriots have signed John Bolton.— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) September 10, 2019
The Patriots have signed John Bolton to a 1-year, $4 million deal— Michael Batnick (@michaelbatnick) September 10, 2019
The good news is that there still is time for ABC to add John Bolton to the cast of Dancing with the Stars— Roland Scahill (@rolandscahill) September 10, 2019