“I’m so done with Twitter.” – you at least once a day
“Anthony Goldstein, Ravenclaw, Jewish wizard.”
Public pressure is building on the San Jose Police Department and Officer Phillip White after BuzzFeed News revealed he had been threatening and mocking #ICantBreathe and #BlackLivesMatter protesters on Twitter.
A cavalcade of Christmas fail.
Talk smack about James Blunt at your own risk.
Martha was the worst food photographer on Twitter, but she really stepped it up in 2014.
“By the way if anyone feels they can’t breathe or their lives matter I’ll be at the movies tonight, off duty, carrying my gun,” Officer Phillip White tweeted.
Mehdi Masroor Biwas was taken into custody in Bangalore on Saturday, after a British media outlet identified him earlier this week.
…And your other personal belongings, probably.
Photographer Viktorija Pashuta and stylist Jordan Swain have reimagined different social networks as dapper men.
La reine Lorde a ~dominé~ Twitter cette année.
According to popularity. Because that’s what counts on Twitter amirite?
Randi Harper was sick of fighting with trolls, so she built a computer program that does it for her.
Let this go down in history as the year of the Padukone.
Attention men: STOP DOING THIS.
Can *you* guess which celeb was talked about the most on Twitter this year?
Queen Lorde ~ruled~ Twitter this year.
Here’s the BuzzFeed Sports ranking of some of the most retweeted moments in 2014 from athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and a few others, according to Twitter data.
If these are anything to go by, our country is run in equal parts by Narendra Modi, Deepika Padukone, and the beloved Salman bhai.
Freelance reporter Erika Reidt seemingly criticized the Lakers for wearing “I can’t breathe” shirts. The comment prompted a flurry of responses on social media.
There’s a storm coming, Sydney.
Brand photographed and tweeted the business card of senior Daily Mail reporter Neil Sears and encouraged his 8.7 million followers to get in touch, then deleted the tweet soon afterwards.
The trending hashtag came on the heels of #CrimingWhileWhite, which documented testimonies of white privilege in criminal justice.
And there are over 1,000 tweets about #basic everyday!
They make a lot more sense this way!