You may be annoyed with some of the things your friends are posting on Facebook and Twitter about the 'Breaking Bad' finale. We are too, and thus decided to offer up a list of some of the most irritating reactions people are having towards the finale of (un)arguably the greatest show of all time.
Whether you're an iPhone fan or not, you're probably well aware iOS 7 was released yesterday. For all non-users, this basically means the phone's software was amped up a bit, which sounds like it'd be totally cool, but as soon as people could download it, Twitter exploded with complaints.
Wow, people are upset that Ben Affleck is going to be the next Batman. Like, really upset. It's almost like this somehow simultaneously affects them personally (it doesn't), and they have nothing else in their lives to worry about (we're jealous). They may be upset about it, but at least some folks have a sense of humor about it. Here are some choice tweets on the subject.
Who's excited for 'Your Next'?? Wait, what? It's called 'You're Next'? As in, "you are the next one to be murdered by the scary mask wearing people"? Oh, that makes much more sense than 'Your Next' which is just confusing. Your next what exactly? We have no idea.
If you like feeling awkward, keep reading! The twitter meltdown Alec Baldwin had after a Daily Mail reporter had the gall to report that Baldwin's pregnant wife was tweeting during James Gandolfini's funeral is epic. And angry. Very very angry.
If you have Instagram, check your updates in the app store because there is a new feature that might surprise you. If you weren't aware, Facebook owns Instagram; and to challenge the explosion of the popular video app that Twitter brought to the table with Vine, they did what seemed most logical. They brought video to Instagram.
Do you secretly love Taylor Swift, but keep your love hidden because liking her lyrics makes you deeply, deeply ashamed? Twitter profile Feminist Taylor Swift is just the thing for you. They just take a Taylor Swift lyric and tack a feminist button onto it.
We're not positive when this meme started, but some nincompoop (or nincompoops) had the bright idea of tweeting as top thoroughbred horses on Twitter -- i.e. taking on the personality of the horse and tweeting updates from the apparently 13-year-old girl-esque equine point of view. Frankly, it makes the Bronx Zoo Cobra meme look like Stephen Hawking.
Comedian Nathan Fielder is making good use of his power on Twitter. He's been coming up with a number of pranks for people to play on their parents/friends and having them send him the often-hilarious results. This time he told his legion of followers to text their parents asking if it's illegal not to tell somebody you gave them an STD and say they were asking for a friend. These are the results.
Attention everyone: the lady who launched Prancercise, the internet's favorite new exercise craze, is back. That's right folks-- horse fanatic Joanna Rohrback is now on Twitter, where we can learn important tips on how to live the Prancercise lifestyle.
On a good day, Twitter is used as a social media platform where others can connect and interact in a cordial way. On a bad day, people hide behind their handles and unleash some harsh thoughts into the Twittersphere. But thanks to the folks at 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' the bad days just got better.
Earlier this week, somebody hacked the AP's Twitter account and posted a tweet saying that there were explosions in the White House and President Obama had been injured. The account was quickly suspended, and the situation dealt with.
There are over 400 million tweets per day on Twitter. Our math department here at TheFW says that amounts to around 2.8 billion tweets a week. We've gone through each and every one of those tweets to bring you the 10 Dumbest Tweets of the Week.