Tiffany Haddish makes historical past on SNL.
— Harry Shum Jr (@HarryShumJr) November 12, 2017
@HarryShumJr, tweeting about actress and comic Tiffany Haddish internet hosting “Saturday Night Live.” It was the primary time a black feminine comic who was not a solid member hosted the present. Haddish shared a “Tiff tip” for males on methods to not commit badual badault: Don’t take out your “thing-thing” if a girl has her garments on. She additionally joked about re-wearing the Alexander McQueen robe that she purchased 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 mentioned.
— Delaney Williams (@CreatorDelaneyW) November 12, 2017
— Dustin McManus (@TheActualDustinM) November 12, 2017
#MeAt14 places Roy Moore accusations in context.
The #MeAt14 thread that Lizz created is highly effective certainly. Fourteen-year-olds are youngsters, not courting materials for 30-something-year-old males. https://t.co/3pRcy83cEp
— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) November 12, 2017
@JoyAnnReid, tweeting concerning the hashtag #MeAt14, began by author Lizz Winstead, during which ladies shared photographs of what they appeared like and what they cared about at age 14, to provide context to allegations that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore badually badaulted a 14-year-old.
This is me at 14. I wasn’t courting a 32 yr outdated male. I used to be driving horses, enjoying basketball, and attempting to outlive freshman yr of highschool. #MeAt14 #NoMoore pic.twitter.com/ftnHi9bIGQ
— Sandra Londino (@SandraLondino) November 12, 2017
This is me at 14. I used to be on the gymnastics workforce and sang within the choir. I used to be not courting a 32 yr outdated man. Who had been you at 14? Tweet a pic, inform us who you had been and pic to the highest of your web page #MeAt14 #NoMoore pic.twitter.com/HPVzMgaD8h
— Lizz Winstead (@lizzwinstead) November 12, 2017
This individual left a savage be aware for an ambulance.
Sometimes we simply do not know what to say. This was the be aware left on an ambulance at this time. At the time, the crew had been serving to a person who was extraordinarily unwell after vomiting blood. They took him on blue lights to hospital the place he was in a essential situation. #patientscomefirst pic.twitter.com/RwCCVmZgrA
— WMAS (@OFFICIALWMAS) November 10, 2017
A be aware that was left on an ambulance in West Midlands, England. The emergency providers tweeted an image of the spiteful be aware, and added that the affected person they’d was in essential situation. “Sometimes we just don’t know what to say,” the tweet mentioned. It was hashtagged: #PatientsComeFirst.
The irony of the “Thirteen Reasons Why” soundtrack.
Could not have predicted 20 years in the past that searching in a bookstore in 2017, I’d see a vinyl LP soundtrack to a TV present about cbadette tapes you’ll be able to solely watch utilizing the web. pic.twitter.com/jWiidLuOHe
— Michael Newman (@mznewman) November 11, 2017
@mznewman, tweeting about how 20 years in the past, he by no means would have predicted the bizarre media mashup that’s the a vinyl model of the soundtrack to the Netflix present “13 Reasons Why.”
Bill Walton’s apology was actually bizarre.
Bill Walton is a nationwide treasure. He simply apologized on behalf of your complete human race
— Zach Eisendrath (@zeisendrath) November 11, 2017
@zeisendrath, tweeting after Bill Walton gave an eccentric apology “on behalf of the human race” for the “travesty” of three UCLA gamers shoplifting in China. Walton, a Hall of Famer who performed for UCLA within the ’70s, made these feedback throughout ESPN’s broadcast of the UCLA-Georgia Tech recreation Friday night time in Shanghai.
Bill Walton apologizes in behalf of ” the entire human race” for LiAngelo Ball and his teammates stealing sun shades in China pic.twitter.com/O7VluvbRsU
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) November 11, 2017
We are 20 seconds into this recreation and Bill Walton simply apologized on the behalf of the human race. Gonna be a wild night time.
— Jordan Smith (@Jordan_ICT) November 11, 2017