First hijab-wearing Barbie announced.
— Britni Danielle (@BritniDWrites) November 13, 2017
@BritniDWrites, tweeting about Mattel’s announcement of the first hijab-wearing Barbie, modeled after U.S. Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad. The Barbie is part of Mattel’s “Shero” series, which has honored influential women including model Ashley Graham and director Ava DuVernay.
Thank you @Mattel for announcing me as the newest member of the @Barbie #Shero family! I’m proud to know that little girls everywhere can now play with a Barbie who chooses to wear hijab! This is a childhood dream come true #shero pic.twitter.com/py7nbtb2KD
— Ibtihaj Muhammad (@IbtihajMuhammad) November 13, 2017
Trump makes yet another handshake awkward.
This is what peak performance looks like pic.twitter.com/BiH7gUMk9C
— j.r. hennessy (@jrhennessy) November 13, 2017
@jrhennessy, tweeting about President Trump’s latest awkward handshake. This time, it was at the ASEAN summit in Manila, the Philippines. The crossed-arm group handshake is a tradition at the summit of Asian nations, but Trump’s grimace sent the photos trending online. Trump was shaking hands with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, left, and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Trump is known for yanking people toward him during handshakes, and his extra-long shake with French President Emmanuel Macron this summer went viral as well.
Streaker makes a scene at Buffalo Bills game.
Naked streaker on the field had more rushing yards than the Bills
— Buffalo Ben (@Ben_Freedman) November 12, 2017
@Ben_Freedman, pointing out a sad fact for Bills fans about the man who streaked during the game against the Saints on Sunday in Orchard Park, N.Y. The streaker ran the length of the field -— naked — and the Bills ran for only 69 yards. The man was escorted from the field covered by a yellow windbreaker. “Have to say he had the best end-zone dance of the day,” @viccarucci tweeted.
About to start a GoFundMe for the Buffalo Bills’ streaker. #hero
— Mary Eggers (@MaryEggers) November 13, 2017
Keurig gets caught up in online uproar over Sean Hannity, Roy Moore.
Liberals are offended by this video of a Keurig being thrown off of a building.
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) November 12, 2017
@CollinRugg, tweeting with the hashtag #BoycottKeurig, which some fans of Sean Hannity’s Fox News show are using after the coffee machine maker pulled its advertising. Keurig withdrew its ads after Hannity appeared to defend Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore against allegations of sexual assault. Keurig issued a statement about the situation. The boycott also sparked plenty of jokes.
Here's part of the memo that Keurig CEO Bob Gamgort sent to company employees today regarding "Hannity" flap. pic.twitter.com/bGNEfGapqd
— ErikWemple (@ErikWemple) November 13, 2017
AMERICA: At least we can all agree pedophilia is bad.
GOP: Hold my Keurig.
— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) November 13, 2017