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Genius Twitter Account Gives Male Celebs The Shallow Tabloid Treatment

As shallow tabloids go, the Daily Mail is one of the worst offenders out there. The publication is famous for "reporting" on female celebrities faces and figures as they go about their days. Some of their choice headlines today include "Christine McGuinness flaunts her tanned and toned figure in an underboob baring thong bikini as she hits the beach in Mallorca" and "Ashley Graham puts growing baby bump on display in black leggings to workout... as she praises her fans for sharing their stretch mark photos". Twitter account @MaleDaily1 (The Daily Male) is here to flip these sketchy reporting practices and apply them to all your favorite male celebrities. Reading about Danny Devito "pouring" into a black outfit and Piers' Morgan "hiding his famous hourglass physique" really shows you just how awful the Daily Mail is about featuring women. We're not sure if this account will flip the script on their reporting, but we hope that it'll make the general public a bit more aware regarding these gender discrepancies. In the meantime, the photoshops are wildly funny, and we can't wait for more.

Funny tweets making fun of Daily Mail, parody called the daily male which reports on the appearance of male celebrities, danny devito, chris evans, ricky gervais, chris pratt, piers morgan, the rock, ryan reynolds.
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There's A Bag Of Disgusting Dirty Socks Sitting In The White House And No One Knows Why

White House Correspondent Saagar Enjeti tweeted a photo of a bag of gross old socks in the White House Press Briefing Room on May 17. As of today, the socks are still sitting there and no one really knows why, but people have some pretty ridiculous theories.

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People Are Parodying New York Times Op-Eds And It's Amazing

It's pretty easy to make fun of The New York Times, but on August 30th, they made it even easier. On that date, the New York Times Opinion twitter account shared an op-ed written by Blackwater's Erik Prince. Prince, the founder of the controversial military contracting firm argued that contractors will save the war in Afghanistan. Seems a little self-serving, no? 

Twitter users immediately lambasted the piece, creating their own "op-eds" written by various bad guys, in support of their bad guy agendas. They're really, really good. 

Collection of funny New York Times op-ed parodies featuring Godzilla, the simpsons, the matrix, bart simpson, nintendo, distracted boyfriend, game of thrones.
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Time Magazine Tries To Make "Hold My Avocado" Happen, Gets Destroyed On Twitter

Time Magazine is getting roasted on Twitter following their claim that "hold my avocado" is the catchphrase that's been missing from millennials lives. Their riveting think piece was inspired by a tweet from Google Ventures' Ken Norton. The tweet, which puts a millennial spin on "hold my beer," is definitely a clever joke - but clever jokes don't always make the best catchphrases. 

Since the article went up, Twitter users have been responding with memes and jokes - ridiculing the magazine and the phrase. Here are come of the choice bits. 

Collection of Twitter memes and jokes about Time Magazine's Hold My Avocado article about millennials.
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Twitter Responds To The New York Post's "Boobs Are Back" Think Piece

​In case you haven't heard, boobs are BACK - at least according to our favorite bastion of journalism, the New York Post. The revelation was released to Twitter on August 1st, promoting an article that confidently states "bountiful boobs are back in style." The think piece was almost instantly mocked by both women and men on the same social media channel. 

Funny Twitter reactions to New York Post article about boobs being back in style.
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Have You Met Donald Trump's Imaginary Friend Jim?

It's been a fun week for political memes. While Donald Trump's friend "Jim" has been the subject of skepticism since as early as 2016, the marvelous mystery has once again been thrust into the spotlight by the Associated Press. Their July 13th piece, "Trump in Paris: The curious case of his friend Jim" was covered by outlets such as HuffPo and the AV Club, and inspired a healthy number of Twitter jokes. We've put together the most noteworthy Jim jokes from the past year, for your convenient viewing pleasure. 

List of memes about Donald Trump's imaginary friend Jim.
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Jeremy Paxman faces off against Russell Brand to discuss his new journalistic venture and his views on politics.