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Beyoncé is having the best week ever and the Beyhive can't handle it
The meme is used to represent things that make you happy, excited or afraid. Basically, anything that gets your blood going.
While scrolling through social media, you might have stumbled upon a video of a woman tapping her front camera (your screen) with her really long nails. She's now a meme.
Some guy posted a photo of a bagel sliced like a loaf of bread on Twitter and things haven't been the same since.
The more active you are online, the more likely it is for your social media profiles to be filled with important stuff, which is why it's necessary to protect this information. Here's how.
Rowling has used Twitter as a way of covering up holes in her stories, claiming that there were Jewish and gay people in Hogwarts, even if they don’t make appearances in the books.
These short videos are perfect viewing for any moment, featuring all sorts of animals and providing a much needed rush of endorphins!
A guy by the name of Anatoly Shashkin recently Tweeted a photo of a decades old coupon that someone used to buy Crisco oil.
This week's meme has no clear origin, but it pokes fun at the fact that when you go to an "Ellen" taping, you'll likely meet your hero, leave with an unexpected present, or be scared to death by a someone jumping out of a box.