John Oliver has been offically inducted in Stephen Colbert’s ‘Trump attacked me on Twitter’ Hall of Fame

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There’s a new hall of fame in town and honestly, it might be the most relevant award ceremony we have these days.

Stephen Colbert’s “Trump Attacked Me on Twitter” Hall of Fame is officially a thing, and the first inductees are none other than national heroes John Oliver, Joe Scarborough, and Mika Brzezinksi. 

“I just wanted to say a kind of thank you—that’s a thank you with an inflection up at the end because it doesn’t feel like an honor—for putting me in the “Trump Attacked me on Twitter Hall of Fame,” Oliver explained in a video posted by The Late Show.  

Oliver, who had forgotten that Trump had even attacked him in the first place, was joined by inductees (and first members of the Hall of Fame) Brzezinksi and Scarborough—Morning Joe hosts who were on the receiving end of bizarre tweets from the president.  Read more…

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Hodor and Amy fall in love in this Sodastream advert that takes place in a post-plastic universe

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We’re here for this. 

Sodastream has enlisted the talents of Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik and Game of Thrones actor Kristian Nairn to tell the story of The Lost Tribe of the Homoschlepiens who had running water all around them, but could only drink out of plastic bottles.

In Bialik’s idealized, post-plastic universe, everyone would have a Sodastream. 

Fizzy water for everyone. Read more…

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Bumble borrows Tinder’s thirstiest feature and we’re not entirely sure why

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The Tinder SuperLike is, without a doubt, the app’s thirstiest, most desperate feature. And now rival app Bumble has just launched a copycat version of the feature — called “SuperSwipe” — for reasons beyond our comprehension. 

Bumble announced the new SuperSwipe feature Wednesday, claiming that the feature allows you to tell potential matches “you’re confidently interested in them”. In a blog post announcing the new feature, Bumble said that users need only tap the new heart icon on a person’s profile and they’ll be “notified” that you’re interested in “getting to know them better”.  Read more…

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