Another day, another wtf moment from this White House. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the deputy press secretary, learned a very important thing today. Never leave your phone unlocked and never let your three-year-old access it because they could stumble on to your twitter account.
Per the Daily Mail: “At 5.58am, one of Sanders’ verified Twitter accounts, @SHSanders45 she has two tweeted out an emoji-laden message that was a hodgepodge of trains, maps, traffic lights, castles, boats and a Moai, among other emojis. Also buried within the tweet was the mysterious jumble of letters: ‘lolaklkk.” Some users found this to be funny. So, they posted their own randum posts.
One person posted a tweet that mocked Sarah’s boss by stating’*a small group know* what Sarah’s tweet means. Twitter users were wondering what on earth was going on until she wrote this.
‘This is what happens when your 3 year old steals your phone. Thanks Huck! she tweeted out at 7.31am, referring to her older son.
In the same tweet, she added the hashtag, ‘#neverleaveyourphoneunlocked.
While this is all fun and entertaining it disterbs me that she would keep her official Twitter account on a phone that is not locked. What if her phone was stolen? Thankfully I am not the only one who sees the issues in this.
‘Are you kidding me? As the White House deputy press secretary your phone was just CASUALLY UNLOCKED? wrote twitter user @tanyaghahremani.
‘ “My kid did it” is not an acceptable excuse for a WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY. Maybe you should ask said kid how to set a passcode,’ wrote @VampWriterGRRL.
‘Did you just admit a 3 yr old could break into a phone and tweet from a verified account of someone who reps pres? asked @erikdbwestlund.
She isn’t very bright.
I was skimming the Mashable twitter account and I saw this tweet. “Take a look at how astronauts eat in space” they tweeted.
So, why not.
I found it.
It came from our president.
As of 7:37 am it is still trending on the lips of the people.. No this isn’t fake news
Twitter is trending the phrase #covfefe.
Honestly I have no idea why. I googled the phrase and it thought it was coffee.
I went to teen vogue and they have nothing on it. So, I went to my homeys at Mashable and they have sadly let me down.
I have no way of knowing what Covfefe is. Can anyone help? Write in the comments please.
1. add your number to do not call list.
2. go to the settings on your smartphone and hit block call. 3. download apps such as no mo robo
4. protect your passwords.
5. Text the number to spam
The Daily Show’s host Trevor Noah was not happy with the idea that Twitter changed it’s you-have-no-picture-so-we-have-this thingggy. Honestly, I don’t know what the hell to call it. So, we’re sticking with you-have-no-picture-so-we-have-this thingggy. It fits all the necessary wordage. Everyone cool? Good. So, Trevor isn’t happy with you-have-no-picture-so-we-have-this thingggy. This is what he said on Monday per the New York Times:
“If they want to discourage anonymity, that’s cool. But then what they need to do is make the default avatar somebody nobody wants like a picture of Ted Cruz. If that was everyone’s picture, you’d be like, ‘No, no, no! I’ll upload a picture! Even Ted Cruz doesn’t want to be Ted Cruz. He probably would see that and be like, ‘I want to change back to the egg, back when I was beautiful6’ TREVOR NOAH Besides, he said, it’s nicer to be harassed by an egg than a shadow.
“As someone who gets a lot of Twitter hate, I’d prefer it to come from a cute little egg. Because I mean the words are going to be the same but when an egg tweets me it’s like [cute, high voice], ‘Go back to Africa, Trevor! But a silhouette is like [deep, haunting voice], ‘Go back to Africa, Trevor! Like, an egg follows you. A silhouette follows you, and then stabs you in the shower. TREVOR NOAH. What do you think?
I have a simple question for you.
Can you find the panda among the tick tacks?
Many people on the internet cannot. The reason?
The white sweets, set against a black background, have faces drawn on and are barely distinguishable from the adorable creature, making it fiendishly difficult to spot. So can you see it?
For my blind readers who are questioning what does the picture look like: “The black and white bear’s face is cleverly concealed among more than 300 tiny mints leaving even the most observant viewers scratching their heads” (daily mail, 2017.) Can you spot it? (the pic is below)