"This is easily the most stupid thing that people are obsessed with buying," the TV star said on Instagram. "I'm grateful because I didn't have to pay for it."
The surgical procedure has become a trending topic on Twitter, as users on the platform debate the benefits and downsides.
The host of "The Tonight Show" assured fans on his Wednesday night show that he hadn't actually died, despite what they may have read on Twitter.
Twitter employees received an ultimatum from their boss Musk, who asked them all if they'd like to be a part of "Twitter 2.0."
"If your company cannot run because one person is out for two days in a year, that's exactly when you need more employees," said one commenter.
The "Bongcloud" opening chess move is considered so bad that its name implies only someone under the influence of drugs would use it.
"It's never a real Twitter Trending. It's Twitter Executive's Choice. Only negative on Republican voices, especially mine!" the president complained.
Cartoons have taught us how to beat up world leaders, how to eat our vegetables and how to hunt rabbits. A new trending hashtag celebrates everything cartoons have brought us.
Yamiche Alcindor had tried to quiz the president about his claim governors were asking for more medical equipment than they needed.
President Donald Trump warned ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl against being a "cutie pie" and a "wise guy" when he asked the president if people suffering from COVID-19 would have the ventilators they could need to stay alive.
While supporters often called for "four more years" or a border wall, critics of President Donald Trump cracked jokes at his expense.
The hashtag, #IStandWithGayle has started trending following Gayle King, host of 'CBS This Morning.' receiving death threats for mentioning the late Kobe Bryant's sexual assault allegations during a recent interview with former WNBA champion Lisa Leslie.
Twitter weighed in on the appropriate behavior of U.S. presidents as #GreatPresidentsNever trended Wednesday night, with users primarily criticizing President Donald Trump.
Moms Demand Action and other groups shared photos of demonstrators in front of the Supreme Court building ahead of oral arguments for the case NY State Rifle & Pistol v. City of New York, NY.
Of those polled, 51 percent felt that Trump was wrong and should be removed from office, while 19 percent said that he was wrong but should retain his elected position.
"Imagine Trump tweeting this out and thinking it makes Speaker Pelosi look bad," Human Rights Campaign's Charlotte Clymer tweeted.
"Idk why men think they have so much say when it comes to a woman's body, and her choices on what she wants to do with HER body," one user wrote.
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