Unicorn Frappuccino sends barista on stress-filled rant.


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“I have unicorn crap all in my hair, on my nose. I have never been so stressed out in my entire life. … If you love us, as baristas, DON’T ORDER IT.”

Braden Burson, a 19-year-old Colorado barista, in his viral video rant about the wildly popular Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino. Burson posted the video after a hectic shift, begging viewers not to order the new drink because the mania is making baristas’ lives “insane.” He has since taken the video down from his Twitter. Luckily for Burson, the drink is available only through Sunday.

NY attorney general prosecutes Seinfeld crime.


George Costanza (NBC)

Eric Schneiderman, New York attorney general, tweeting about an investigation that was so similar to a “Seinfeld” plotline that it was dubbed “Operation Vandelay Industries,” after George Costanza’s fake company. A man has been indicted for pretending to be a licensed architect, which Costanza often lied about on the show. Another Seinfeld overlap: The indicted man’s last name is Newman.

Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent hang out at the White House.


@jaketapper via Twitter

@mspoint1106, tweeting the answer to her own question:
“What is ‘Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent & Kid Rock walk into the White House?’ “ President Trump invited former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to the White House for dinner and told her to bring friends, so Palin brought along musicians Ted Nugent (back left) and Kid Rock (far right), along with their respective significant others.

Tomi Lahren liked to use a butt warmer, apparently.

@BRANDONWARDELL, reacting to an article from uproxx.com on rumors that the now-fired conservative web show host Tomi Lahren demanded that staffers heat up her butt-warming pad before tapings. The Daily Caller broke the anonymous allegations.

These House Hunters jokes are too real.


@that_weirdchick, parodying an imaginary couple on  HGTV’s “House Hunters.” Recently, Twitter users randomly started pitching fake scenarios for the show, making fun of how people’s jobs often don’t make sense with their budgets.