Kim Kardashian Awkward Bed Photo Memes: Funniest Twitter Reactions

Kim Kardashian became the subject of hilarious memes on Twitter after she was accused of trying to steal Beyoncé’s thunder following her Vogue cover reveal.

It may be pure coincidence, but every time Beyoncé does something important, Kim seems to follow right behind by posting a sexy photo on social media. According to the BeyHive, however, Kim’s sexy posts are no coincidence.

Just hours after Beyoncé’s Vogue cover and essay were revealed online, Kim hopped on Instagram and Twitter and posted a photo of herself wearing a thong to promote her Yeezy sneakers. She captioned the photo “Like Butter,” referencing the sneakers’ name: Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter trainers.

Sure, posting sexy pics is what makes Kim Kardashian Kim Kardashian, but her posting this particular pic the day of Bey’s Vogue cover reveal is interesting because, as the BeyHive pointed out, those Butter 350 Yeezys came out two months ago in June 2018. Coincidence or nah? Probably the latter.

In response to Kimmy K’s desperate grab for attention, she was dragged all over Twitter by fans who turned her awkward photo into a hilarious meme.

Kim sweetie just log off for the day. Today is about BEYONCE and Vogue. We can promote your husband another [day]. Thanx hun,” Twitter user @Mavura123 tweeted. “It never fails. Every time Beyonce does something monumental, Kim has to be like, “Hey look at me!” and the most embarrassing part is that it’s so thinly veiled.”, @MorganJerkins said.

Along with Kim’s attention-seeking antics, the picture’s awkwardness is what sparked the hilarious reactions. As you can see in the photo, Kardashian can be seen laying on a messy bed in an awkward position, with her arms stiffly raised above her head and her legs splayed out below—kinda like a crime scene chalk outline or, even funnier, the elderly lady in the Life Alert commercials.

Check out the hilarious memes below:

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What’s Up With This New Facebook Plane Reaction Emoji, and How Do I Use It?

Does Facebook have a new plane reaction emoji?

Some Facebook users started noticing a new reaction emoji showing up on their apps on Tuesday (Jul. 31). So far, the reaction only appears to work on Android (sorry iPhone users) and not everyone can see it.

We at Gossip On This haven’t been able to independently verify the existence of a plane reaction emoji, because we all use iPhones, but there are a number of screenshots floating around the web.

There are unconfirmed reports (mainly via this Reddit thread) that there’s also a fire reaction emoji, but we haven’t seen anyone use that one yet.

Anyhow, these are the steps you need to follow to get the airplane reaction emoji to work on your Android devices.

Step One: Update your Facebook app.

If you’re not using the latest version of the Facebook app, you need to update it. Go the Google Play Store, then go to Settings. Hit the auto-update apps button, then choose one of the following options: Do not auto-update apps. Auto-update apps at any time. Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only.

Step Two: Clear your app’s cache.

If you’re already using the latest version of the Facebook app, you need to clear your cache. You can do this by going to Settings > Apps > Facebook > Storage > Clear cache.

And that’s it! After you’ve updated the app and cleared the cache, you should be able to see and use Facebook’s new plane reaction emoji.

How do I see the plane reaction?

After you’ve installed the latest version and cleared your cache, go to any Facebook post and “react” to it as you normally would with any other post, and the plane reaction should be presented as one of your options.

Some users have reported seeing a second angry face instead of a plane, so if that’s the case for you, hit the second angry face and the plane emoji will be added. In order to use the emoji again, repeat the same process.

Also, FYI, there’s a scam going around telling users that if they like certain pages or comment on certain posts, they’ll be able to gain access to the plane reaction emoji, but we’re here to let you know that it’s NOT TRUE. It’s not possible for you to be able to use a Facebook feature by liking/commenting on pages or posts.

How long will the plane reaction be around?

Facebook hasn’t announced that they would be releasing a new reaction emoji, which has raised a number of questions among users.

However, a Facebook spokesperson told Fast Company regarding the plane reaction: “This was created as part of an employee hackathon and wasn’t cleared for takeoff. Our apologies.”

So it sounds like this is definitely not a permanent addition and will only be around for a limited time. So, enjoy it while it lasts!

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Draymond Green Jr.’s Hilarious Side-Eye Goes Viral After Golden State’s Game 7 Win Against Houston Rockets

After the Golden State Warriors defeated the Rockets in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals in Houston, Draymond Green’s adorable 4-month-old son, Draymond Jr., stole the show at the post-game trophy ceremony.

While Draymond was being interviewed by sportscaster Ernie Johnson Jr., little Draymond looked like he was giving Johnson the side-eye—a hilarious moment that quickly went viral on Twitter.

The first half of Game 7 was a struggle for the Warriors, but Golden State got their sh*t together in the second half, outscoring the Rockets 33-15 in the third quarter.

Golden State ended up closing out the game 101-92 to claim the Western Conference title for the fourth straight year. They’ll face Cleveland—also for the fourth year in a row—in the 2018 NBA Finals. Game 1 will be hosted in Oakland.

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