Pepsi pulls Kendall Jenner ad after it was relentlessly dragged.
@BillRatchet tweeting about Pepsi’s ad with Kendall Jenner, which the company pulled Wednesday after it was dragged across social media. In the two-minute ad released Tuesday afternoon, Jenner is in the middle of a photo shoot when she throws off a blond wig to join a group of protesters. In the ad’s big moment, Kendall steps forward to hand one of the police officers a can of Pepsi. The officer cracks a smile, breaking the tension. Pepsi was criticized for its tone-deaf portrayal of protests and taking imagery from the Black Lives Matter movement. Here is a link to the video.
Federalist article blames the “friend zone” for a declining birthrate because, of course.
@hannahcallas making fun of the article from the Federalist called “Why Men and Women Can Never be ‘Just Friends.’ ” The article inspired a lot of comment because it argues that the “friend zone” is an “inarguable drag on fertility rates,” because men who spend time with women as friends are wasting time they could spend making babies with someone else.
Young Godzilla goes to college.
“Yup. That’s me. I bet you’re wondering how I ended up in this situation.”
@Wiishopmusic imagining what this 7-year-old may have been thinking when he wore a Godzilla costume to a college class taught by his mom. Twitter user @ngmferguson shared this image of the child, which went viral. Young Godzilla went to class at Indiana University with his mother because he was on spring break.
How would pants wear pants?
@aj82 weighing in on the nonsensical question: How would pants wear pants? Twitter user @bobby posed the question, asking social media users if pants would wear a pair of pants on each leg, or if pants would wear pants the same way as humans.
Would you try this Cherry Pie Frapuccino from Starbucks Japan?
@CPAutoScribe on the news that Starbucks in Japan has an American Cherry Pie Frapuccino. It features cherry sauce and a pie crust dome instead of a lid. Eater reported that Starbucks said it has no plans to bring the drink to the U.S.