“Most Interesting Man in the World” now drinks tequila.

Astral Tequila ad

“He did say he doesn’t always drink beer.”

@chipaustin, tweeting about the new gig of the man known for 10 years as “The Most Interesting Man in the World” in the Dos Equis ad campaign. Now that man is back — in an ad for Astral Tequila. Actor Jonathan Goldsmith doesn’t call himself “The Most Interesting Man in the World” in the new ads, but they clearly invoke the character. “I told you, I don’t always drink beer,” Goldsmith says in the Astral video, referencing the Dos Equis line while he is surrounded by beautiful women. Then he simply says, “Astral Tequila.”

Twitter’s birthday balloons feel out of place for Trump’s birthday.

@petridishes, tweeting about the balloons on President Trump’s Twitter profile page Wednesday for his birthday. Some Twitter users were upset at Trump for having the balloons the same day that a member of Congress was shot. But it was Twitter, not Trump, behind the balloons: The site automatically ads balloons to a profile if a user lists their birthday publicly.

Young woman’s post about getting kicked out of mall for her clothing goes viral.

(Hannah Pewee via Facebook)

“I was out having a fun time with my sister and next thing I know, I’m out on the street. Slut-shaming how girls are dressed is deplorable and outdated, and it needs to stop.”

Hannah Pewee, a college student at Grand State University, sharing on Facebook how she was allegedly kicked out of a mall in western Michigan over the weekend after someone reported her for “inappropriate dress.” In her Facebook post, Pewee shared a photo of what she was wearing, along with a call to end slut-shaming.

Lonzo Ball goes along with the joke in new Foot Locker ad.

Lonzo Ball in Foot Locker ad.

@ZachLowe_NBA, commenting on NBA hopeful Lonzo Ball’s spot in a Father’s Day ad for Foot Locker, which is set to air during the NBA draft next week. In the ad, Ball roasts his father, LaVar Ball, who is known for grandstanding about his 19-year-old son’s basketball skills. Juxtaposed against heartfelt stories from De’Aaron Fox, Jayson Tatum and Jonathan Isaac, Lonzo brought up the times his dad trademarked his name and said he was better than Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors.