Lyft thinks they have invented public transportation. 


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@DoctorAvenue, making fun of Lyft for rolling out its new feature, “Lyft Shuttle,” which is basically a bus. The company is advertising the shuttle (available now in San Francisco and Chicago) as a shared ride with a fixed route and fixed prices for commuting hours. Twitter users couldn’t help but make fun of the startup for trying to reinvent public transportation.

Dog transformations can inspire us all. 

@allycstone, Ally Stone, who sent this tweet last week, asking Twitter users to send her pictures of their dog as a puppy and as a grown dog. Stone began by sharing the above photos of her own dog, setting off a massive chain reaction of cute pictures. Her original tweet has more than 1,300 replies from people sharing their dogs’ transformations

The Beyhive goes after Mathew Knowles. 


Mathew Knowles (Getty)

@LoveMayaJ, tweeting at Beyonce’s father, Mathew Knowles, after he announced on Twitter and Instagram on Sunday that Beyonce had her twins. As of Monday, Beyonce still had not confirmed that her twins were born, and the Beyhive let her father know that his posts crossed a line.

Jared Kushner speaks for the first time. 

@kbeninato, tweeting after President Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner gave his first public remarks Monday. Kushner talked about modernizing government technology, but some people were distracted by hearing his voice for the first time. One Twitter user, @JarettSays, edited Kushner’s voice to sound like Darth Vader.

Megyn Kelly’s controversial interview bested by “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” 


Megyn Kelly (NBC)

@mckaycoppins, tweeting about Megyn Kelly’s interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. The controversy around the interview didn’t bring in ratings — CNN reported that among the 18-49-year-old demographic, a rerun of “AFV” beat her show by about 40 percent.