After Apple pretty much took over the media cycle today, most of the content reflected the various announcements, and while the iPhone 5 did not show its highly-anticipated face, a release date for iOS 5 was given, and there was also news of the iPhone 4s. While this may very well underwhelm the masses, it made for a good time on Twitter, where the "iPhone 4s" topic has been a trend for the better part of the afternoon.
Needless to say, some of Twitter responses will help comprise our "best tweets of the day" feature, and so, without any delay, we'll get down to it:
#iphone4s "same hoe .....different clothing"
#iPhone4S "Where the F*** is my Boyfriend".They might as well re-name the "Find my Friends" app on the new
#iphone4s instead of iPhone 5 because they didn't quite work out how to make it cure pancreatic cancer.Guess they released the
Ouch. People are pissed about not getting to see the iPhone 5, which helps drive Professor Snape's tweet home even further. So does this piece of snark:
As for the announcement of Siri, an earlier post did a great job of nailing the reaction, so we won't delve. There is, however, this little post which sums things up quite well:
#Siri - after the initial "press-all-the-buttons-in-the-new-car-factor" wore off.Trying to figure out how much I would actually USE
Which allows us to transition to National Taco Day. Because of the double entendre involved -- Urban Dictionary it if you aren't aware -- it made for some provocative and amusing tweets. Some, well, they're just happy today is reserved for tacos, apparently:
Happy National Taco Day! Celebrate by folding every plate you eat off of.
While others are clearly enjoying the double meaning:
"Happy National Taco Day!" I will be yelling at the crotches of ladies.
Happy National Taco Day! I just made some with a juicy mango salsa. Who wants to eat my juicy taco?
Happy National Taco Day! Everyone go out and eat a taco! Even if it's a 'pink' taco 😀
Ah yes. People love when a word gets adopted as a sexual connotation. It makes communication that much more enjoyable. With that, enjoy the rest of your National Taco Day.