this week on the internet
Spotify Wrapped shows once again how much we love roundups
It is nice when an app does the hard work for us.
On Dec 3, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
The internet is still coming for nepo babies
Lily-Rose Depp is the latest celebrity to comment on the term. And it has reignited the discourse all over again.
On Nov 26, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
Why is getting concert tickets still a terrible experience in 2022?
Why are we all putting up with this?
On Nov 19, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
If Twitter changes, will its users stay?
People keep tweeting about leaving the app—or debating whether or not they want to leave the app.
On Nov 5, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
The salad dressing that broke the internet
It was impossible to avoid conversations about salad dressing this week.
On Oct 22, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
Some people just don’t want to BeReal
'I don’t want to BeReal' is a whole vibe now.
On Oct 15, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
It’s fine to really like October
One tweet dissing October has a lot of people disagreeing with the author.
On Oct 8, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
Can we stop idolizing Wife Guys now?
The internet is growing tired with Wife Guys.
On Oct 1, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
The Adam Levine saga shows how important TikTok has become to celebrity news
The messages became memes and inspired multiple parodies.
On Sep 24, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
Why the internet loves the Chris Pine-Chuck Tingle theory
Tingle seemed to enjoy the discourse linking him to the 'Star Trek' actor.
On Sep 17, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
The Queen died—and Twitter went wild
The memes really took over every corner of Twitter.
On Sep 9, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
We’re using this meme to cope with a scorching summer—and climate change
In short, we’re all not doing OK!
On Sep 3, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
Life advice tweets are the surest way to get a ratio
A recent tweet reignited an ongoing debate about having kids or not.
On Aug 27, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly
The rise of the ‘did you know?’ tweet
We’re all looking to connect over universal thoughts and experiences, and these viral tweets act as a form of confirmation bias.
On Aug 20, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly