Yesterday, TIME posted its fourth annual “word banishment” poll to single out one buzzword from this year and declare it banned in 2015, which included a slew of internet slangs and meme-y expressions, but then also, dare we speak of it: feminism. Can you guess what happened next?
Not that Kim Kardashian hasn’t bared it all for glam photo shoots before, but with her latest cover photo for Paper Magazine, shot by renowned French photographer Jean-Paul Goude, the 34-year-old reality TV star is on a mission to #BreakTheInternet.
Since Viner Peaches Monroee uploaded a video of herself describing her eyebrows as being “on fleek,” slang for stylish or “on point,” the quote has taken off online with references by model Kim Kardashian and even the International House of Pancakes Twitter feed.
After Bill Cosby’s Twitter feed promoted a meme generator which captioned photographs of the American comedian with the hashtag #CosbyMeme, Twitter users took the opportunity to publicly shame the 77-year-old for several sexual assault allegations that were settled out of court in 2006.
On Twitter, a teenage cashier seen bagging items at a Target store has become the latest internet celebrity with 250,000+ new followers overnight, not to mention dozens of hilarious fan art tributes and even some fan fiction devoted to the mysterious employee simply known as “Alex from Target.”
A diehard Miami Marlins supporter who goes to sporting events wearing his home team’s jersey in pride has become a folk hero among the MLB fans after he was spotted amidst a sea of blue jerseys during the opening match of this year’s World Series.