The best of #moviesceneswithspeechbubbles. Via The Poke.
Here’s what people using the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper have to say about the general election.
Chat’s slogan is “Life! Death! Prizes!” There’s certainly no shortage of death.
Recently a snarky map of the rest of the UK according to north Londoners went viral. I wanted to turn the tables, so I asked my northern friends to label the tube map. Here are the sweary results.
Londoners’ frustrations have been turned into public art. Via London Is Changing.
“Hit Like if you prefer Chicken Cottage over other chickens.”
Visit Britain asked Chinese people to give literal names to some of our best known landmarks. Here are the delightful results, translated back into English.
It’s unlikely anyone these days would call their child One Too Many, or That’s It Who’d Have Thought It.
“Slide into the DMs: when you send a direct message to someone on Twitter confidently and smoothly” - Urban Dictionary.
“Hii!!!!!!!!” —I am a lunatic on the internet
This conversation contains absolutely no lies or sweeping generalisations. Sorry Peckham.
Poetweet is a fun tool that scans your tweets and turns them into poems. Applying it to politicians provides a light-hearted snapshot of their recurrent themes.
The great social media meltdown of 2015.
Douglas Adams’ delightful tale of unwitting biscuit theft has found a new life on social media.
This is an entirely scientific conversation. Sorry, Stephanie.
« L’amour plus fort que la haine. »
Far from targeting Muslims in particular, the satirical newspaper has ridiculed everyone from English people to the Pope.
The most important issue facing humanity today. Ban selfies.