A lot can happen in a week. Just in case you’ve missed anything, we’ve selected our top picks of trendy stories that you need to know about. With this guide, you won’t ever have to resort to awkward small talk about the weather again.
1. Trump forgets how to national anthem
Melania had to nudge Mr. President to remind him to put his hand on his heart and it’s all everyone is talking about.
2. Killer whales spotted in the UAE
A killer whale was recently spotted at a beach in Umm Al Quwain, and the video has gone viral on Twitter, with many social media users retweeting the one-minute long video clip.
Orca the killer whale in Um al Quain sea 🇦🇪Emirate اوركا الحوت القاتل في بحر أم القيوين (كما وصلني) pic.twitter.com/MEpYVBsWNH— yousif alraeesi (@yousifalraeesi) April 19, 2017
3.#BoycottSnapchat— Urvil Bhatt (@urvilbhatt) April 15, 2017
*2020 economics class*
Define poor country
Student : where snapchat do not plan to expand
Define rich country
S: where there's no #snapchat— Aarzoo (@vysh_T) April 15, 2017
Many people have taken to twitter to share the fact that they are deleting snapchat from their apps, since claims surfaced that Snapchat CEO, Evan Spiegel was not willing to invest in growth in “poor countries” such as India and Spain.
4. Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer
People are freaking out on twitter about the teaser trailer for the upcoming Star Wars film
Every Star Wars fan right now pic.twitter.com/6EuXPpj9Np— Star Wars Logics (@StarWarsLogics) April 14, 2017
"it's time for the jedi to end" pic.twitter.com/Ih1NbBE5Oh— nana 🌙🌹 (@archiekinronnie) April 14, 2017
5. The most ridiculous eye brow trend
What even is this?
6. The latest instagram trend
The newest trend on instagram is the use of smoke pellets, often in bright bold colours to create mists around portrait shots. Powerful clouds of rainbow colour fill the air to create a smoky haze in close-up or background shots resulting in billowing breathtaking posts. The trend for creating coloured smoke is popular in Europe, particularly Spain and Germany where teens have been using the pretty plumes to create magical effects.