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The Week In Funny Tweets

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President Bill Clinton laughs along with Vice President Al Gore after comments about Gore being part of the 'granola and sandals crowd' because of his commitment to science during a discussion on the computer glitch known as the Year 2000 problem or by it's acronym 'Y2K' at the National Academy of Science July 14, 1998 in Washington, DC. The glitch involves the failure of computer software to recognize the year 2000 and can potentially cause massive problems in government and industry. (photo by Richard Ellis)

Another week full of news, another week for us to laugh about. Here's a round-up of everything that happened this week, detailed with funny tweets.

This happened:

And this:

And so did this:

Richard Madeley did something very strange. To completion.

NBC cancelled the hit TV series 'Hannibal':

Glastonbury started, meaning our social media accounts were all flooded with pictures of people having fun in the sun.

The Dalai Lama went to Glasto:

Someone called on young men to freeze their sperm to avoid future possible fertility issues:

The trailer for Tom Hardy's new film about the Kray twins came out:

Sepp Blatter actually pulled a Farage and unresigned:

The US Supreme Court ruled that Obamacare was totally awesome, despite Republicans throwing their toys out of the pram:

And the Supreme Court also legalised gay marriage across the entire USA.


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