Do you have a reservation to the NYC Cheetos pop-up restaurant?


The Spotted Cheetah.

@chichimochida, tweeting about the offerings at the Cheetos pop-up restaurant coming to New York City next week. It’s called The Spotted Cheetah, and it will be open from Aug. 15 to 17. The pop-up will feature dishes by TV chef Anne Burrell, pictured at right with Chester Cheetah. Burrell’s menu is mostly comfort foods like meatballs, grilled cheese, nachos and mac ‘n’ cheese with a heavy Cheetos twist. Cheetos superfans should make their reservations fast.

Soccer star can’t help but appreciate this picture of him.


Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini (AP)

“Thank you to everyone who posted & sent me this.”

@Fellaini, Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini, taking this hilarious photo of himself in stride. Associated Press photographer Boris Grdanoski captured the exact moment when Fellaini took a ball to the face Tuesday in the game his team lost to Real Madrid. Fans responded by sending him wacky Photoshops of the picture.

VICE News reports Trump gets a special folder of happy news twice a day.


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@StanSundel, reacting to a report from Vice News that President Trump gets a folder of positive news about himself twice a day. It reportedly contains anything from screen shots of positive cable news chyrons to nice tweets or “just pictures of Trump on TV looking powerful.”

Disney is pulling its content from Netflix and people are upset.


@Maia_Magnif, tweeting about the news that Disney plans to add yet another streaming service to the marketplace. Disney is pulling all of its movies from Netflix to start its own streaming service in 2019. Netflix said Disney movies will remain available through the end of 2018.

Woman shares perfect experience of mansplaining.

“Him: What’s [your book] about? Me: It’s a book about how men explain things to women and … Him: Oh, so it’s a book about men mentoring women!”

Lara B. Sharp, writing on Facebook about an older man offering to mentor her in a subject he didn’t know about while she was reading “Men Explain Things to Me,” by Rebecca Solnit. Sharp’s anecdote went viral for perfectly illustrating the term “mansplaining.”