Earlier today, the star of the now-cancelled ABC show tweeted the following: "guys I did something unforgivable so do not defend me.
It was 2 in the morning and I was ambien tweeting -- it was memorial day too -- i went 2 far & do not want it defended -- it was egregious Indefensible.
Here are some examples of this strange and bizarre example of a metamemery.
, but people were still pretty shocked when ABC abruptly decided to cancel the show after her particularly racist remarks about Barack Obama's former Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett.
Usually, when a student kind of just nods off the teacher's reaction isn't such a pleasant... Yet, this teacher is changing the standards and we are are saying that these are truly #teachinggoals Emanuele Ferrari, also known as Emi, comes from Italy and his 'mania' with trolling celebrity pics started in 2014.
It's 2018 and thanks to technology, it feels like almost everything is within our internet-aided reach. Apps like Tinder and Bumble, which are supposed to make dating easier, seem to have widened the dating pool and actually made connections few and far between. ) sorority girl unintentionally spawned our new favorite twitter meme after tweeting a vision of her "best life." The idyllic tweet from Mallori Taylor represents what can only be described as a white co-ed's version of the American Dream:"LADIES imagine this, it's 15 years from now—your son is up to bat, your husband is the hot 3rd base coach, your little girl is cheering on her big brother at the fence,&you are team mom, taking pics with a fancy camera,&keeping the scorebook THAT WOULD BE LIVING MY BEST LIFE"Cue John Fogerty's "Centerfield." Mallori's tweet went viral after two days, after which Twitter users began making fun of her relatively normie "best life." Here are some of our favorite jabby, pop-culture reference-filled responses.
Technology allowed this to happen, folks, and we'll be damned if it's not a better love story than Twilight.
Also, while we're at it: should they have used flat bread for (flat earth) accuracy, or nah?
Even the makers of Ambien were quick to clap back at her, tweeting that "While all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any Sanofi medication." You can indulge in all the primo shade below.
Funerals and memorials aren't usually occasions that send us into fits of uncontrollable laughter, but this viral Twitter thread is proving us wrong.
Roseanne later apologized for her comments on Twitter, but people have very clearly already made up their minds on the matter.