It's been a very busy week, so you'd be forgiven for missing a few things. In case you did, here's a round-up. Illustrated with funny tweets.
There was a referendum in Greece:
Should I go to McDonalds? Yes or no? #GreaseReferendum— Alex G. (@habsfan324) July 5, 2015
“He came from Greece /
He had a thirst for knowledge”July 6, 2015
Princess Charlotte was christened, prompting another slightly questionable outfit from Prince George:
"When I find out who was responsible for this outfit, I'm seriously going to fuck them up" pic.twitter.com/XJpd7oxPmf— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) July 5, 2015
"but daaaaaad I want to hunt some poor people for sport"
"Dammit George I told you we can't do that"
"but daaaaaaaad" pic.twitter.com/CUhS4DDFXv— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) July 6, 2015
The FA sent out a sexist tweet:
THE FA: No need to delete, just add a few words to stop this tweet appearing sexist. pic.twitter.com/A40FMEARlB— Benny (@Ben_Morgan_) July 7, 2015
Steve Brookstein made some rather questionable comments about the Tunisia massacre, prompting an online backlash:
OMG RT @stevebrookstein: Totally oblivious about the Tunisia beach massacre. I've been at Butlins recording a jingle for Dairylea Triangles.— Chris (@ChribHibble) July 7, 2015
Scenes as Boris Johnson is fellated by a badger during a live interview pic.twitter.com/07mWLgyPBX— Andy (@ItsAndyRyan) July 7, 2015
Piers Morgan held a Q&A on Twitter and everything went predictably pear-shaped:
#AskPiers how come when Mario kicks turtles he gets points but when I do it I get banned from the zoo— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) July 7, 2015
The New York Stock Exchange went down, and Iain Duncan Smith looked a bit funny:
And in case you didn't notice, there was a Tube strike.
Spotted the Tory cabinet beating the Tube strike this morning... pic.twitter.com/CWusxMeBAR— The subeditor (@subedited) July 9, 2015
Beat that #TubeStrike traffic jam stress, by getting your chauffeur to play soothing classical music.— Iain Duncan Smith MP (@IDS_MP) July 9, 2015
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