Before there was Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and a host of other sites for people to vaguely post their feelings, there was Myspace. Some kind people on the internet have taken screenshots of what are (allegedly) Taylor Swift’s old Myspace comments. These are so wonderfully dated, it will remind you of when you were a teen making inside jokes and quoting ‘Sahara’ just like her.
You may remember hip hop artist Bubba Sparxxx from his biggest hit, “Miss New Booty”. It seems like he’s changed a lot since then, he’s about to marry a former Miss Iowa and he also got quite a bit thinner. Now that he’s older, he’s also taken to wearing “normal people” clothes instead of hip hop fashion. People of the internet are very amused by this new “accountant” look and Bubba has not missed an opportunity to respond.
‘The Lion King’ is a fondly remembered Disney movie about a lion who becomes king. Hence the title. Twitter user @SINice hilariously reimagined the movie by rewriting Simba and Nala as if they were “from the hood”. Their concerns are a lot more relatable than securing a kingdom but it does seem like they’re having some relationship problems. It’s best to just sit back and let the drama unfold.
85,000 people changed their name last year in the UK. It’s surprisingly easy to change your name there, it costs £33 for an adult and you can use any name that has a first and last name, isn’t vulgar or impossible to pronounce and doesn’t have a made up title or any numbers or symbols. That leaves a lot to work with which is why these wonderful names are now legally acceptable, real names of real people.
The users of Reddit’s Photoshop Battles sub were very taken with this ancient humanoid. He may be a wax statue, but he clearly has a heart of gold. With some creative adjustments, they managed to build him a life in our confusing modern world.
Jeb Bush woke up today thinking, “What is America?” That’s when he ran out and bought a gun so that he could Tweet the most ‘Murica Tweet that has ever been posted with complete sincerity. The obvious stream of memes followed but, unfortunately for Jeb, it was really hard to top the original punchline/genuine attempt at a heartfelt, patriotic Tweet. That isn’t to say they aren’t worth reading, some of them may even inspire you to clap.