Earlier this week, somebody hacked the AP's Twitter account and posted a tweet saying that there were explosions in the White House and President Obama had been injured. The account was quickly suspended, and the situation dealt with.
You can't accuse Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert of not having a sense of humor. As the rumors of Blake and 23 year old up and comer Cady Groves "drunk tweeting" have persisted on the internet Mr. Shelton and his wife have taken to Twitter deflect the heat coming his way...
There are over 400 million tweets per day on Twitter. Our math department here at TheFW says that amounts to around 2.8 billion tweets a week. We've gone through each and every one of those tweets to bring you the 10 Dumbest Tweets of the Week.
There's a really good chance that if you have been on Facebook or Twitter today than you've probably seen this picture or some variation all over your News Feed. But the question is what the heck is it? Well we've got the answer for you!
Parents + Internet = Awesome. Don't believe us? Check out some of the funniest things tweeted by parents this week, including Melissa Joan Hart's son's funny incident with childproof medicine bottles and Jim Gaffigan's vow regarding kids and restaurants:
If you're looking for a thorough explanation of what the purpose of Vine, Twitter's new video app, is (other than some quick porn) then you might need to look elsewhere. But if you're looking for a good laugh please continue!
Lindsay Lohan managed to show up to court almost an hour late this morning, after taking an overnight flight on a private jet sponsored by an energy drink from New York to LA. She got glitter-bombed on the way in, so at least she's looking fabulous.
Another week, another batch of tweets by parents that would surely horrify their children if they were old enough to read. Parents this week hit Twitter with their frustrations over Daylight Savings Time and the embarrassing things their kids say in public...
This (NSFW) video of Hitler reacting to the end of Google Reader is being passed around Twitter with the reckless abandon of people who just realized they're losing their favorite way to follow the internet.