At the Daily Mail, it’s about legs, not the important issues.

@Cat5weaver tweeting at U.K. tabloid the Daily Mail after Tuesday’s front page featured an article on a Brexit meeting between Britain’s prime minister, Theresa May, and Scotland’s prime minister, Nicola Sturgeon, that compared their legs and used a very bad pun. The front page was widely criticized on social media as blatantly sexist. Sarah Vine, the author of the Daily Mail piece, defended the cover and her story on BBC’s “World at One,” saying it just created a “more approachable version of the story.”

Yes, Bill O’Reilly really did say that. 

@RichGoeckel turning Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s racially charged comment about Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., against him. On Tuesday, O’Reilly said on television that he “didn’t hear a word” of a speech by Waters in Congress because he was “looking at the James Brown wig,” making fun of the black congresswoman’s hair. O’Reilly later apologized. 


This emo President Trump song is a must-listen. 

“Can I pick up this 7-inch single when he opens up for Dashboard Confessional at a side tent on Warped tour? Asking for a friend.”

Johnny Chanclas reacting on Twitter to a video from entertainment company Super Deluxe, which made President Trump’s speeches into a 2000s emo rock song. It took Trump lines such as “The American Dream is dead,” sung by an angsty male voice, and set them to an acoustic guitar.

Is hand salad even a thing? 

“But dipping lettuce in ranch is just dipping lettuce in ranch. It’s not a salad.”

Annie Alan weighing in in the comments at on the conversation about “hand salad.” In an article and tweet Monday, food magazine Bon Appetit coined the phrase “hand salad” to describe  lettuce and dip. Most people on social media who came across the idea gave it a hard “No.”

The new Jumangi movie will be about a video game. 

@Romudeth was one of many social media users who were not thrilled with the news that the “Jumanji” remake, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” will be about an old video game console, not about an old board game.