It may be getting a little frosty, but things are starting to heat up in the social media stratosphere.
From Cheryl Cole’s ‘bump’ to a Tory MP’s scribbled memo, this week’s edition of #WINS and #FAILS takes the cake.
Cheryl Cole is glowing. Maybe it’s Maybelline? Or maybe it’s something else….
For several weeks rumours have been circulating that the X Factor judge is expecting a baby with One Direction heartthrob Liam Payne. After being snapped by paparazzi on a visit to a Christmas carol concert, Cheryl’s emerging bump stirred something of a storm on social media:
it’s mad how a 14 yr old Liam Payne auditioned in front of a then-married Cheryl Cole and now he’s impregnated her #scenes
— RIZ (@rizalxv) 29 November 2016
People Britons though Liam Payne would impregnate before Cheryl Cole: 1 Princess Anne 2 Niall Horan 3 Rachel from Friends — Stats Britain (@StatsBritain) 29 November 2016
Question is, will 1D reunite at the baby shower?
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
For those panicking that Christmas is less than a month away, you’re not alone.
When #ToDoListBeforeChristmas began trending on Wednesday, Tweeters revelled in the camaraderie of each other’s franticness:
1. Write list of presents to get for friends/family
2. Forget list until Christmas Eve
3. Buy everything in a panic
— James Morgan (@JamesMorgan92) 28 November 2016
Learn ur family’s names #ToDoListBeforeChristmas
— Citizen Waffles (@Wook316) 28 November 2016
The last to-do list being the most pertinent.
A Paw-fect Surprise
Despite the impending Christmas holidays sending the majority of us into a state of pure panic, Kya the Shiba Inuna dog was busy redefining the meaning of ‘festive spirit’.
Infatuated with her Santa Claus chew toy given to her last Christmas, Kya’s owners decided it was time she met the real-life version:
When secret notes carried by a Tory MP aide outside 10 Downing Street were caught on camera on Monday, word of Britain’s negotiating plan for Brexit soon spread like wildfire.
With the scribbled memorandum “What’s the model? Have your cake and eat it” suggesting Britain’s unlikeliness to remain in the single market, many a Twitter user were left unamused:
— All Thats Left (@all_thats_left_) 29 November 2016
Mary Berry to be recruited as special #havecakeandeatit advisor to DExEU.
— CarpeJugulum 48% (@Insinuare) 29 November 2016
Cup o’ tea and a slice o’ cake, anyone?