Trump cooks a goose yet again, mistakenly calls CEO, Tim Apple
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday goofed up big time at a conference in the White House. He had referred to Apple CEO Tim Cook as Tim Apple. Cook, sitting right next to Trump, just nodded away. “We appreciate it very much, Tim Apple,” Trump said, sitting adjacent to Cook who had a name tag in front of him that said Tim Cook. It wasn’t too long before Tweeple went into overdrive and the meme rush kicked off. One set involved renaming top CEOs as Bill Microsoft and Elon Tesla while another captioned a photograph saying Tim Apple with President Orange. Other users invoked side characters from The Simpsons as well, aka Bob Burgers.
Not just cats, even crocs always land on their feet now
The Crocs shoe-flip challenge is yet another extension of the generation that dreamed up the Ice Bucket Challenge and that forgettable Kiki ‘Drake’ challenge (don’t try this at home or anywhere). This new internet sensation involved a bunch of slackers flinging their shoes in the air, almost in Newtonian fashion to understand how the shoes would land, upright, or face down. While most sneakers and Converses failed the test, it seems there’s no way a pair of Crocs wouldn’t land upright, if thrown in just the sleight fashion. We’re wondering if there’s a bunch of cats going, “We’ve been doing that for years.”
After Siddaramaiah’s speech, selfie with Tilak goes viral on social media
A video of former Karnataka Chief Minister and Congress party leader Siddaramaiah at an event in Badami, MP, went viral after he commented that he was “scared of people” who wear a tilak. BJP’s Tajinder Bagga responded by asking people to post selfies sporting a tilak using the hashtag #SelfieWithTilak. Of course, netizens went into a tizzy, flooding the microblogging site with their own take on it. A young girl sporting a tilak tweeted Siddaramaiah, asking him to be scared of her. Another user posted pictures of Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi with their tilaks intact. Some even went on to dispense a ‘healthy’ dose of cultural conditioning on the importance of wearing the tilak.