The old zodiac signs are so played out—they've been around for hundreds of years, and it's time for something new! Fortunately, Twitter user @g_pratimaaa has come up with a way to determine your new and improved zodiac marker. Simply type "Florida man" and your birthday into Google and whatever comes up represents you at a cosmic level!
Even when they're speaking the same language, people from different regions can have pretty different ways of speaking. Sometimes that just means they pronounce words a little differently or use different slang.
Sometimes, though, it can mean that words have completely different meanings.
Sophie Turner was at a Rangers game with her fiance, Joe Jonas, when the jumbotron unexpectedly cut to her after playing a clip of her character, Sansa Stark, from Game of Thrones. In that moment, Turner became a true legend as she decided to dab and chug the rest of her wine for a crowd of thousands.
Most journalists (especially those who write for online publications) have a headshot; a portrait-type photo usually displaying them from the waist up that is viewable on their company's website.
This is partially to verify that the writer is a real person, and also so readers can get a sense of who wrote the articles they are reading.
Sesame Street is a wholesome program, and they most likely didn't intend to ignite an internet firestorm when they tweeted out a fun, quirky question for their followers to enjoy. Sadly, the internet can be a bit of a rough place and what began as a lighthearted argument quickly became a heated debate.
Tim Cook, current CEO of Apple, recently shared a photo of himself writing the word "hello" on an iPad Mini with an Apple Pencil.
The share comes at the same time as an announcement that the new 7.9" iPad Mini will support input from the first generation Apple Pencil on its Retina display.
After President Trump mistakenly referred to Cook as "Tim Apple" at the recent American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting, the internet took the blunder and ran with it. This included Tim Cook himself, who changed his Twitter display name to "Tim " [the Apple logo will only display on Mac and iOS devices].
The Tim Apple meme is still definitely alive and well in the replies to Cook's photo.
Some users recalled an even older Apple project: the Newton MessagePad.
One kind Twitter user even made a template for anyone else who wanted to meme Cook.
Some wanted to know about other upcoming announcements from Apple.
All-in-all, Twitter users had a grand ol' time with this photo, and quite a few seemed excited to see what Apple would be announcing next week!