Theresa May calls for an early election, and the jokes pour forth.
the UK used to be a really stable monarchy, but they got a taste for democracy with X-Factor and everything just went to hell
— Ryan Broderick (@broderick) April 18, 2017
@broderick, joking about British Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to call for an early election June 8, because she is seeking a stronger mandate to carry out Brexit. May’s announcement broke her vow not to hold an election before 2020, and inspired a lot of jokes on social media.
— Tyler Bevan (@tylrbvn) April 18, 2017
'She said she wasn't going to call a general election'
Theresa May: pic.twitter.com/prWcL2qAou
— Kath (@thatgirlkath) April 18, 2017
Draymond Green and Kevin Durant get the meme treatment.
When someone tryna have a full convo in the club & you act like you know what they saying pic.twitter.com/utOJCfnTNJ
— Save us Jimmy Butler (@Scott_CEOofSUH) April 17, 2017
@Scott_CEOofSUH, recasting the image of Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors frantically screaming in teammate Kevin Durant’s ear during the first round of the NBA playoffs. Twitter users made a meme out of the image, comparing it to other situations, or imagining what Green was saying.
Draymond-" listen here, touch my Hot Cheetos again and we gonna have a problem" pic.twitter.com/N1yVDztQTa
— D.Neal (@y_evon) April 17, 2017
When your boy gets too lit and cheats on his girl and you're trying to convince him that it wasn't really him it was the Hennessy. pic.twitter.com/OkoeUxLOx8
— Dulce De Mani (@SaintBishopK) April 17, 2017
Coachella Kid is too pure for this world.
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) April 17, 2017
@ComplexMusic, tweeting the video of this young boy with a surfer-dude mop of curly blond hair rocking out to “Bad and Boujee” by Migos on his dad’s shoulders at Coachella. Twitter users loved the kid’s moves and his unbridled joy. The little guy was captured on video singing along to Drake’s “Fake Love,” with Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., whose jersey No. 13 is referenced in the song.
Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino available for a limited time only.
“If someone says you don’t need a Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino, unfriend them. You don’t need that kind of negativity in your life.”
@LindaChilders1, tweeting about Starbucks’ new Unicorn Frappuccino, which changes color from purple to pink while you drink it. It’s a cream Frappuccino with mango syrup and a sour blue drizzle. The drink is only available today through Sunday.
Maybe “welcome to your tape” shouldn’t be a meme.
"welcome to your tape" is becoming a meme when it's about a girl who was so empty inside she had tell why she killed herself via tapes. pic.twitter.com/wTCaHbKJdL
— sese. (@marieflows) April 18, 2017
@marieflows, critiquing the use of the phrase “Welcome to your tape” as a meme, which is gaining popularity because of Netflix’s fictional show “13 Reasons Why,” about a teen’s suicide. Netflix used the phrase Monday to respond on Twitter to a diss from Hulu, and it got called out for making light of suicide.
It saddens me every time I see a meme made about Hannah "making tapes". All it does is make light of Suicide and the reasoning behind it.
— Meag (@Meaghbow) April 16, 2017