“Bachelorette” bios are out — and they are wild.
“Really, you can’t truly know a man until you’ve read his answers to innocuous questions in a Bachelorette bio.”
Andrew Gruttadaro, writing for the ringer.com about the spectacle of the new “Bachelorette” contestant bios. America learned that the suitors vying for Bachelorette Rachel’s heart have been aroused at work, don’t know what gluten is and really like wolves.
After reviewing the new bachelor bios, I have concluded that none of these men are worthy enough for Rachel. Thank you for your time.
— Ameena (@ameenamarie) May 18, 2017
Adam, 27, is a real estate agent who says the most romantic present he has ever received was a threesome. "It was my birthday." pic.twitter.com/26vJR49FYY
— Amy Kaufman (@AmyKinLA) May 17, 2017
History has some lessons for President Trump.
JFK was literally shot in the facehttps://t.co/oBE9YHhLWX
— ♡ brian essbe ♡ (@SortaBad) May 17, 2017
@SortaBad, pointing out to President Trump on Twitter that former President John F. Kennedy was definitely treated worse than Trump. On Wednesday, Trump asserted at the U.S. Coast Guard commencement that “No politician in history … has been treated worse or more unfairly.” People responded by tweeting pictures of JFK, Abraham Lincoln and Nelson Mandela — all treated much worse.
Trump: "no politician has ever been treated worse or more unfairly" pic.twitter.com/26XM15hHJt
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) May 17, 2017
Well, the Emperor Valerian was captured in battle, enslaved, used as a foot-stool, forced to drink molten gold and then skinned and stuffed. https://t.co/GoDXp0ZJEq
— Dan Snow (@thehistoryguy) May 17, 2017
"And then he said no politician in history has been treated worse" pic.twitter.com/csmXJST88P
— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) May 17, 2017
At least George W. Bush looks like he’s having fun.
@jbillinson What a kind, good spirited, well behaved, human, normal looking guy.
— Lou Lzayche (@LzaycheLou) May 18, 2017
@LzaycheLou, tweeting about a clip of former President George W. Bush photobombing a sports reporter during a Texas Rangers baseball game. Holding a beer and wearing an untucked short-sleeved, button-down shirt, Bush casually threw a “hi” at reporter Emily Jones. She tweeted that it was her “most favorite photobomb ever.”
The current president is possibly obstructing justice. Meanwhile, George W. Bush is photo bombing baseball reporters pic.twitter.com/ryKGJtdSOl
— Jeff Eisenband (@JeffEisenband) May 18, 2017
My most favorite photo bomb ever! https://t.co/RUyKrjeT3z
— Emily Jones (@EmilyJonesMcCoy) May 18, 2017
The Atlantic’s piece “My Family’s Slave” has drawn strong reactions.
“ ‘My Family’s Slave’ is the story of a slave’s captor arguing for his own humanity — all while denying someone hers.”
Anthony smith, writing for mic.com about an attention-getting piece in The Atlantic by the late journalist Alex Tizon about Eudocia Tomas Pulido, a woman whom Tizon’s family enslaved. Smith critiqued Tizon’s perspective, and advocated for reparations.
Lucky Charms is giving away marshmallow-only boxes.
“Is there any way I can buy one of the special all-marshmallow boxes? I’m willing to pay any price!”
ahoyerik, commenting on the Instagram post in which Lucky Charms announced that it is giving away 10,000 marshmallow-only boxes between now and December. Fans of the cereal went wild, and it seems like the brand has a market if it wants to sell the marshmallow-only boxes. “I truly hope if I don’t get a free one I can still buy like 10 boxes,” jamaly_rios commented. Another Instagram user, d_crewsl, wrote: “I need this in my life!!!”