What a week it's been. We've had a heatwave, and some other things happened that nobody knows about because all we could talk about was the weather and tennis.
So here's everything else you missed, illustrated with funny tweets.
America continued to argue about the Confederate flag:
Odd day to have a "2nd place in the civil war" rally pic.twitter.com/CGDZzvWwuG— Desus Nice (@desusnice) June 27, 2015
The last episode of Top Gear was shown:
Wimbledon started happening:
I assume the Strawberries on the right just got knocked out of a tennis tournament. pic.twitter.com/ttMffCU1QG— Neil (@_Enanem_) July 2, 2015
Greece defaulted on their IMF loans:
Interviewer: "Penny for your thoughts, Prime Minister?"
Alexis Tsipras: "Sold"— Robin Flavell (@RobinFlavell) June 30, 2015
When Italy starts trolling your choice of govt it is time to pack up and go. pic.twitter.com/MUwMwOMoVN— Brian Spanneropolous (@BrianSpanner1) July 2, 2015
Donald Trump continued to run for President, despite his history of pullilng out after a few hours:
I've been having these horrible nightmares. pic.twitter.com/DG5J0Fdft5— Shawn Garrett (@ShawnGarrett) June 29, 2015
We had a mini-heatwave, and it was all that anyone could talk about:
The UK is apparently going to be hotter than Rio on Weds! pic.twitter.com/ulcOZ0H1Je— Unnamed Insider (@Unnamedinsider) June 29, 2015
My Fruit Corner has heated up so much in the sun on the way home from Sainsbury's that I'm calling it "Bikram Yoghurt".— James Martin (@Pundamentalism) June 30, 2015
Me opening the window this morning pic.twitter.com/CAltHlW42q— Robbie Collin (@robbiereviews) July 1, 2015
Thanks to the staff at Liverpool Street for handing out water, sorry I asked you if it was gin— Jennifer Hassan (@GuinnessKebab) June 30, 2015
Dontcha wish your integrated urban transport network was #hot like ours? Dontcha?
No, probably not, it's awful.— TLF Travel Alerts (@TlfTravelAlerts) July 2, 2015
And then it stopped.
Of course it's raining now. THIS IS BRITAIN. WEATHER DOESN'T MAKE SENSE. TOMORROW LOCUSTS. THEN PESTILENCE. THEN THE DEATH OF THE FIRST BORN— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) July 2, 2015
Petr Cech moved from Chelsea to Arsenal:
Cech off to Arsenal.
Spock to West Ham.— Robin Flavell (@RobinFlavell) June 30, 2015
There was a mock terror attack in central London:
The report on which airport should get a new runway came out:
"He seems to be keen to get off the subject of airports." EVERYONE is keen to get off the subject of airports, Hatters. #PMQs— Charlie Lindlar (@charlielindlar) July 1, 2015
The New York Times suggested people put garden peas in their guacamole, prompting a national uproar in the USA:
The NY Times is the last place I'd trust for anything pic.twitter.com/rPOetyE8TU— MKupperman (@MKupperman) July 2, 2015