Johnnie Walker is now Jane Walker — you know, for the ladies.
Perfect paired with Doritos Lady Chips!— Webberly (@sccollier) February 27, 2018
Serena’s hubby shows his love with four billboards.
@Nicole_Cliffe, sharing her opinion of tennis legend Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian, who had four billboards dedicated to Serena to celebrate her return to tennis after the birth of their daughter. Fans were very supportive of his gesture of love. “Get you a man who can afford not one, but four billboards,” @Fit_MissC tweeted.
Serena Williams' husband had these billboards put up just for her. Beautiful pic.twitter.com/RIODIysTa9— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) February 27, 2018
Jon Stewart was aghast during Monday’s Knicks game.
The experience of a 2018 Knicks fan in one 14 second video. https://t.co/T1sbVzb42X— A Moderna Man_Sigurd 😷 (@SigiLK) February 27, 2018
@SigiLK, tweeting about a video of the reaction from comedian (and Knicks fan) Jon Stewart when Warriors center JaVale McGee hit a fadeaway jumper in Golden State’s 125-111 win over New York on Monday. “Literally the most Jon Stewart thing at a sporting event possible,” @thecherness noted of Stewart’s distraught expression.
“Black Panther” has been good for black cats up for adoption.
@Section331, reacting to anecdotal evidence shared on social media that “Black Panther” has led to an uptick in adoptions of black cats. People are giving their new felines names from the movie, like T’Challa, Shuri and Killmonger.
Fight racism. Celebrate representation. Condemn colonialism. Critique isolationism. But also pls adopt all the black kitties and name them Killmonger 😻😻 #blackpanther https://t.co/0flg7wiifq— Laura Brady (she/her) 💗💜💙 (@lauraebrady) February 27, 2018
Millennials, at times, may prioritize money over love.
“Relationships come and go, marriage is either overrated or something you really desire, and children, god bless them, cost a lot of money. Debt follows you around, chews at the hems of your garments, and screams at you in the night.”
Megan Reynolds, writing for jezebel.com about a survey from financial services company Comet that found that almost a third of the millennials surveyed would break up with their significant other in exchange for a $37,000 raise. Reynolds argues that’s fine because debt sucks.
There's an article about millennials being willing to leave their spouse for a 37,000 a year raise....we can just be friends in love w/ each other because...I'd be making over 60k— Happy Hoelidays✨ (@_SoleilFleur) February 27, 2018