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Bad Twitter Takes That Are The Definition Of 'Yikes'

Any social media channel that allows people to express their opinions is gonna have good takes and bad takes. Twitter pretty much exemplifies this polarity. There are really good stances and then some that completely flabbergasting - and downright offensive. Here are a bunch of opinions that we hope people end up regretting.

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Journalist Gets Roasted After Claiming Horror Movies Can't Be Set In Space

What's up with Twitter these days? Are the blue checks running out of opinions? Because lately the takes have been extra bad, and today's main character is journalist @elle_hunt, who thinks a horror movie cannot be set in space. It all started when @elle_hunt tweeted a poll asking whether or not Alien was a horror movie, after which she followed up with the controversial bad take in question: 'My argument: horror cannot be set in space.' @elle_hunt got dragged so hard by so many people, that she accidentally made 'Alien' and 'Event Horizon' trend on Twitter. While many responded with stills from their favorite sci-fi horror films, others argued simply that 'space' is just a setting, and horror can exist in any setting, as long as there is fear. We've collected some of the spiciest and funniest replies to @elle_hunt's Twitter fail. 

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Twitter Has A Lot To Say About Phoebe Bridgers' SNL Performance

Saturday Night Live is a polarizing show. There are the people who think the sketch-comedy show been unwatchable for years, and then there are the people who watch it religiously because, well, routines or something? Last night, indie rocker Phoebe Bridgers was the musical guest, and it seems her performance united both camps, because it's all that Twitter is talking about. 

At the end of Bridgers' final performance, the musician smashed (or attempted to smash, depending on who you ask) her guitar. Guitar smashing is a long-running and classic rock move, one that performers such as Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, and Pete Townsend were quite skilled at. But judging by some of the confused reactions on Twitter, people have forgotten the longstanding albeit destructive tradition. Some of the takes suggest widespread boredom - because people are equating the smashing to white privilege. Other takes are spent defending Bridgers' actions. Phoebe herself had to explain that it was an inexpensive guitar, and she had obtained the blessing of its manufacturer. The best tweets, however, add some comedic flair to the weirdly controversial performance. 


Stupid and funny tweets about phoebe bridgers smashing her guitar on Saturday Night Live Dan Levy | Mia Andrea @miagandrea ladies and gentlemen, my mom moments after watching phoebe bridgers perform | i know the end: Why she angry? | @mmpadellan Why did this woman, Phoebe Bridgers, destroy her guitar on SNL? I mean, I didn't care much for the song either, but that seemed extra.
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SJW Gets Ripped Apart For Terrible Take On New Emojis

Mamma mia! The new iOs and Android emojis were announced yesterday and Twitter has got a lot of feelings about 'em. The roll out will include a woolly mammoth, a glass of boba tea, men in wedding veils, and the classic Italian "pinched fingers" stereotype that's mostly associated with spicy meatballs. One Twitter user took offense with that pretty commonly-held opinion, and decided to share an incredibly unfortunate take regarding the hand gesture and the stereotype. @Sonigupta504, who has since protected her tweets, felt that assuming the gesture is Italian is a eurocentric and "white washed" stance. People on Twitter do not seem to agree. 

funny cringey twitter thread about how it's racist to assume that pinched fingers are italian | tweet by Sonia Putana Gupta @soniagupta504 LOL pinched fingers gesture is not just Italian exists all over world. If first instinct is say s Italian, there's good chance have very Eurocentric and white-washed view world. unregistered hyperfam 2 @lil_gimpy Replying soniagupta504 thank finally decolonizing fingers. GreenSwede @GreenArgGiant Replying soniagupta504 who cares people think just gesture
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