Tiffany Haddish makes history on SNL.
@HarryShumJr, tweeting about actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish hosting “Saturday Night Live.” It was the first time a black female comedian who was not a cast member hosted the show. Haddish shared a “Tiff tip” for men on how to not commit sexual assault: Don’t take out your “thing-thing” if a woman has her clothes on. She also joked about re-wearing the Alexander McQueen gown that she bought for the premiere of “Girls Trip.” “I feel like I should be able to wear what I want, when I want, however many times I want, as long as I Febreze it,” Haddish said.
#MeAt14 puts Roy Moore accusations in context.
@JoyAnnReid, tweeting about the hashtag #MeAt14, started by Catherine Lawson, in which women shared photos of what they looked like and what they cared about at age 14, to give context to allegations that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore sexually assaulted a 14-year-old.
This person left a savage note for an ambulance.
A note that was left on an ambulance in West Midlands, England. The emergency services tweeted a picture of the spiteful note, and added that the patient they had was in critical condition. “Sometimes we just don’t know what to say,” the tweet said. It was hashtagged: #PatientsComeFirst.
The irony of the “Thirteen Reasons Why” soundtrack.
@mznewman, tweeting about how 20 years ago, he never would have predicted the weird media mashup that is the a vinyl version of the soundtrack to the Netflix show “13 Reasons Why.”
Bill Walton’s apology was really weird.
@zeisendrath, tweeting after Bill Walton gave an eccentric apology “on behalf of the human race” for the “travesty” of three UCLA players shoplifting in China. Walton, a Hall of Famer who played for UCLA in the ’70s, made those comments during ESPN’s broadcast of the UCLA-Georgia Tech game Friday night in Shanghai.
Correction: This piece, originally published on Nov. 12, incorrectly named the person who started the hashtag #MeAt14. The hashtag was started by Catherine Lawson.