Tomi Lahren Sticks a Gun In Her Yoga Pants, Mocks March For Our Lives

Over the weekend, millions gathered in cities all over the country to demand that legislators act quickly to increase gun control regulations.

The move came in response not only to the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, but also as a reaction to the ongoing gun violence epidemic that’s claimed thousands of lives and shows no signs of letting up.

These were people who gathered out of compassion, concern for our nations youth, and a sincere desire for change.

So naturally, whiny Millennial snowflake and noted dog kicker Tomi Lahren was quick to sh-t on the event with her trademark blend of bitterness and idiocy:

“Simply being anti-NRA is not a solution. March FOR something, not just against everything,” Lahren tweeted about an event that was literally called March For Our Lives.

“It’s a shame schools don’t teach the U.S. Constitution anymore. Appreciation for our 2A is lost when history is forgotten and ignored in favor of ‘feelings’ 101,” Tawny Larynx added.

She went on to really grasp at straws, remnding protesters that millions of Americans are heavily armed, which were pretty sure was the point of the protest.

“Do you realize millions of your FELLOW AMERICANS are members of the NRA?” Tormund tweeted, demonstrating once and for all that ignorance isn’t always blissful – sometimes it’s characterized by seeting rage.

“Disarming the citizenry is the first step to oppression and tyranny. Kids, I suggest you crack open the history book and learn this pattern,” said Tammy, apparently seeing nothing wrong with issuing a smug lecture to children who fear for their lives.

It’s rants like this that have made the far-right commentator such an easy target for her critics, many of whom delight in calling Timebomb by the wrong name.

But this time, it wasn’t just Tone-Loc’s ill-advised insights that had Twitter in an uproar.

Behold, the open-carry yoga ensemble:

For obvious reasons, the internet has delighted in roasting Toni over her “vagina gun.”

Lawrence posted the above photo on Instagram in order to shill for a company that sells leggings equipped with holsters: 

“Live. Speak. Stand. Run. Carry with Confidence,” Tonsil captioned the pic.

“Ladies, chances are your assailant is gonna be bigger, stronger and faster and that’s why you have @alexoathletica for your gun, your mace, or even your phone. Yeah, you’ve got it covered.”

Yes, this is a real product, and yes, Twutter had an absolute field day with the absurdity of the situation.

“Breaking News: Tomi Lahren rushed to hospital after trying to do Downward Facing Dog with gun in her yoga pants,” wrote one user.

“I admire Tomi’s earnest but ultimately misguided commitment to bringing Freud’s penis envy theorem back into style,” commented another.

“I get it, Tomi. I too, can never fully relax at yoga class unless I have a gun pointed at my crotch,”

You get the idea.

We could literally re-post these all day, but hopefully Tampax has learned her lesson by now.

Shell never get re-hired by Glenn Beck if he has to worry about her bringing her crotch Glock to work.


Woman Mocks Small Engagement Ring; Twitter Claps Back!

A diamond is forever, and so is the internet.

So, an Australian woman tweeted out a photo of a hand, possibly hers but possibly not, with a small engagement band on the ring finger.

She wasn't shy about mocking the ring size, indicating that an engagement ring needs to be more substantial to earn her respect.

It's possible, and many people assumed this to be the case, that this woman had received this engagement ring and was expressing her disappointment.

It's possible that she was genuinely touched but trying to be catty or whatever on Twitter.

But you know, it might be the likeliest of all that she saw this photo, maybe online or maybe sent to her by a genuinely excited friend, and decided to mock it on Twitter.

Regardless, she ignited a firestorm on Twitter, where everyone had an opinion about small engagement bands.

Below, we have her offensive tweet followed by more than a dozen responses.

We also show you that the story has a happy ending … sort of.

1. The tweet that started it all

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Whether a joke in poor taste or a cruel jab, this tweet set off a firestorm online.

2. Some countered with their own rings

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Sometimes, it’s just about love.

3. Nice clapback

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Copying the format of the original post is a great recipe for a retort.

4. Small rings, big love

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It’s so sweet of people to share these. You hope that couples with small rings see that they’re not alone.

5. A reminder of the purpose of a proposal

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It’s not a jewelry contest, it’s an invitation to get married

6. Some people got emotional about it

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This is really sweet, you guys.

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Spencer Pratt Mocks the Crap Out of Taylor Swift Music Video

Taylor Swift has broken, like, every viewing record with her music video for the song "Look What You Made Me Do."

But most critics don't like it very much.

They think it's petty and immature and just all around lame.

Now, however, we have a reason to be thankful it exists:

Because it gave Spencer Pratt the opportunity to make fun of every frame!

In the footage below, the former The Hills star and expecting father makes it clear that he's studied Swift's latest video very closely.

The video opens with Pratt sipping some tea, the universal sign for throwing shade and trolling the Internet.

At other times, we see Spencer's dance moves… we see him hanging out with hummingbirds… making nectar… and chilling with both dogs and crystals.

Because of course.

Also, let's not forget the portraits of Pratt and Heidi Montag hanging in their kitchen that play a key role in this spoof.

About halfway through, we get a glimpse of Montag, who is eight months pregnant with the couple’s first child.

The soon-to-be parent is spotted by an open fridge about to, in Swift’s lyrics, throw “a feast.”

Throughout, of course, Pratt is lip-syncing to Swift's new track.

He rubs his wife's very large baby bump and dances around with her as well, making this an unexpectedly romantic piece of mockery.

To a certain extent, that is.

Taylor's actual video has garnered more than 65 million views on YouTube and it contains more than a dozen hidden messages with references to her ex-lovers Calvin Harris and Tom Hiddleston, along with feuds with Katy Perry, and Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

Check out Pratt's amazing version now!

Spencer pratt mocks the heck out of taylor swift music video