Pony is here, on the computer.
Things on the computer are real too.
Things on the computer have feelings too.
Burger King dug itself a hole on International Women's Day. The fast-food chain thought it was the best day to post a (now deleted) tweet saying that "Women belong in the kitchen." A follow-up post explained that only 20% of women are chefs, and Burger King will be starting a scholarship program designed to "help female Burger King employees pursue their culinary dreams". However, the use of a misogynist joke on a day celebrating women left many Twitter users highly unimpressed, as gender stereotypes are still rampant in 2021 and far from being able to be joked about. Check out the best Twitter responses to Burger King's tweet below for what not to do on International Women's Day.
Losing your pet is a different kind of pain. And you know that you love that thing so much, you'll do anything in your capabilities to get them back. So, when you're walking your dog, and it somehow gets you to let go of the leash and sprints off full speed, your first instinct is most likely to run after them, because you're not losing them. Only that when you do that... they might just think you're playing and run faster.
After a tweet went viral, people on twitter shared their own stories of running after their dogs while the dogs think they're a game. Luckily though, in most of those stories, the owners either stopped running and had the dog come back to them or the doggo full-on trolled them and just ran back home.
So thank you, twitter, for mildly stressing me out while also making me laugh while also educating me.
Step right up for an absolutely terrible collection of the worst memes your grumpy grandpa or sexist cousin has ever tagged you in. Stumbling across these painful memes in their natural habitat is always an irksome experience, but being able to point and laugh at them with a friend is much more fun. So take a peak and give these awful memes your best facepalm.
Everyone has a slightly different sense of humor. Sometimes we get hung up on a certain jokes for seemingly no reason, even if they're puns that we can't tell if we love or hate. Some of us are just into Dad jokes because they're stupid an no amount of people hating them will ever make us stop. Here are jokes that people love, despite them never ever getting a laugh.
We love puns and dad jokes, but there's a limit. If you work a job for long enough, especially if it's a customer facing role, you will hear the same joke over and over and over. The first few times you might laugh with the customer, but on the 90th time of asking a table if they want anything else and having to hear the dad say "Yeah a million dollars!" it's hard to even let out a spirit of a smile. This doesn't mean everyone should stop trying to make jokes, it just sheds some light on how terribly uncreative everyone is.
Listen, we know dad jokesaren't exactly high comedy, but sometimes you hear one at it just gets you, ya know? Sometimes we're just in the mood for puns and literal humor, and right now would be one of those times. So start up that lawnmower, get on those grass-stained sneakers, and roll on in to dad-town.
For a lot of people, the use and abuse of their personal information by a monolithic data company isn't "hilarious." Privacy being a major concern on his own sites, you wouldn't think the guy would want to call attention to it. And you'd think if he did, he would at least have a punchline.