Cyber Monday regret is real.
@jvannoord, tweeting about the regret that people might feel in the days after Cyber Monday. Forbes reported that this year’s Cyber Monday set a record, with $6.59 billion in online sales. @Jkendr312 tweeted about waiting for the purchases to arrive: “The day after Cyber Monday is filled with equal parts regret/excitement.”
People hope Ann Curry felt some vindication over Matt Lauer’s firing.
@tgain83, tweeting about newly fired NBC “Today” host Matt Lauer’s former colleague Ann Curry, whom he is suspected of pushing out of her hosting gig in 2012. People imagined Curry getting justice: “Somewhere Ann Curry is having a nice bowl of Frosted Karma Flakes,” @PacosFriend tweeted.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is actually a really mean movie.
@AngryBluePlanet, tweeting after watching the 1964 Christmas stop-motion animation classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” which aired on TV Tuesday night. Some adults watching the broadcast realized it sends some depressing messages. “Don’t be different because we’ll pick on you & ostracize you. Until we need you, then you’re okay,” @missparis2010 tweeted about the plot.
Body positive movement is upset about “Body Positive” book.
@NerdAboutTown, plus-size blogger Stephanie Yeboah, criticizing British reality television personality’s Louise Thompson’s upcoming book, “Body Positive,” which takes its title from the body positivity movement. Yeboah wrote in a Twitter thread that body positivity is about celebrating bodies “outside of what is conventionally attractive,” and it is “NOT about celebrating the diet industry.”
Silvio Berlusconi’s face raises some eyebrows.
@DavidsPusey, tweeting in response to Twitter user @AliBunkallSKY, who said Silvio Berlusconi looks “remarkable.” The former Italian prime minister, 81, appeared at a meeting on Sunday and the internet took note of his transformed appearance, likely due to cosmetic surgery.