One of my big complaints back in 2009 about Twitter was the speed in which the stream moved. While Facebook has done a pretty good job of making the status updates and news consumable, there’s a good chance you may have missed these little jems that I caught during the week.
The Solo Cup Myth Debunked
The first image actually comes from the Solo Cup Page correcting an urban myth that received it’s own viral status earlier in the week:
I have to give the people at Solo Cup a lot of credit for debunking a cool myth about their own product, even though it is surprisingly accurate.
Sending Available Signals
The next image got passed around from friend to friend, but it has a very important message directed to all those youngsters out there who like to where baggy pants without belts and showing off their Fruit of the Loom:
So yeah, I could absolutely see how this would translate to the outside world. So, unless you’re available, pull up your damn pants!
Victims of Extreme Bullshit
Ribbons have been used to commemorate political causes, raise awareness for medical afflictions, and raise awareness for victims of various types of crimes.
This is a cause I can get behind especially having been a victim of this myself. I have no doubt that there are a number of you who have also been victims of this heinous crime. For that matter, I’m surprised we don’t have a national day of remembrance for all the victims established yet.
Something to keep in mind for next year…