Lady starts a Sean Spicer garden trend.
Please go put these in the garden section of Home Depot's across the nation— 🔮Meaghan Walsh Gerard 🗝 (@mwgerard) May 13, 2017
@mwgerard, on this cardboard cutout of White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s head. After Spicer took questions from reporters while standing near some bushes last week, Canadian professor Lisa Kadonaga was inspired to create the cutout. Her Facebook post went viral, and started a trend of people making their own “Spicer in the bushes.”
Great way to spice up the yard— tonks (@narglish) May 12, 2017
Instagram continues to move in on Snapchat.
Can instagram be original and come up with their own features rather than steal everything from snapchat?— Bandar The Wise ☮ (@Bandar_00) May 16, 2017
@Bandar_00, tweeting after Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, released eight face filters on Tuesday to use with Instagram Stories. Since Instagram first incorporated stories — a series of photos and videos that last for 24 hours — it has seemed like the app is trying to take over Snapchat’s users and functionality.
Sara Walsh opens up about fertility struggles on Mother’s Day.
“I wasn’t on TV today, and I’m not sure when I will be again, but instead I got to hang with these two good eggs. My ONLY good eggs.“
Sara Walsh, former SportsCenter anchor for ESPN, writing in an Instagram post that she shared on Mother’s Day. In the post, in which Walsh is pictured with her twins, she opened up at length about her struggles with a miscarriage and fertility treatments.
Chanel’s luxury boomerang did not go over well.
“Missed headline opportunity: ‘Designer boomerang will come back to haunt Chanel.’”
@leoniedoyle, tweeting about this boomerang made by luxury retailer Chanel, which is being sold for $1,325. It became the latest instance of a fashion company inciting outrage, as social media users criticized the company for appropriating Australia’s indigenous Aboriginal culture.