“Commuter Barbie” is a spot-on millennial parody.
“Commuter Barbie comes with a buzzy new novel, coffee-stained New Yorker, headphones and Strand tote bag. … Metro card sold separately.”
The “Commuter Barbie” video, a comedy ad created for the fictional “Commuter Barbie,” a caricature of a young female professional in New York City who takes the subway to work. The brainchild of NYC comedians Carina Hsieh and Claudia Arisso, the spot-on clip parodies struggles well-known to “Commuter Barbie” types, such as dealing with “manspreading,” spilling coffee and grabbing the dreaded subway pole, causing her hands to “smell like pennies.”
Jesse Watters makes a lewd joke about Ivanka Trump.
@donmoyn, tweeting at Fox News host Jesse Watters. After blasting liberals for not respecting Ivanka Trump, Watters made what sounded like a crude joke about Ivanka, saying, “I really liked how she was speaking into that microphone.” He denied that he meant any innuendo, but he was widely criticized on social media.
Sexual violence is not a “trend.”
@vonny_bravo, pushing back at news coverage calling a form of sexual violence a “worrying trend.” “Stealthing” is a term that describes when a man removes a condom during sex without consent. A recent report found that cases in the U.S. are on the rise.
Is a 10K a night Airbnb good enough for Drake?
@AlanTheRogue, making fun of rapper Drake’s Airbnb stay.
Drake has been staying recently at a lavish, $10,000-a-night Airbnb rental in Beverly Hills. He thanked Airbnb in an Instagram post Monday for “the gift of this home.” The listing says it features an infinity pool, home theater, formal gardens and six bedrooms.
Would you buy this Doritos bag with a built-in-cassette player?
@CaptionBarbosa, tweeting about a “Guardians of the Galaxy” promotion by Doritos: chip bags that double as cassette players that play the upcoming movie’s retro soundtrack. The bags will be available Friday on Amazon — while supplies last.