Happy Birthday to me and happy weekend to us all! I am having the day off so as you’re reading this, I am already out and well into the weekend – join me. But before you do that, you simply must check out the lovey-dovey social happenings of the week.
Some Skittles are red
Some Skittles are blue,
I’m out having fun
And this Mash is for you!
For The Love Of Bey
So, I am just going to assume that you know that Beyoncé is having twins, and that she announced her pregnancy via Instagram, right? Ok, here is the insta-announcement, just in case you missed it:
By the way, that’s the most loved post on Instagram. Ever. It raked in 6.33 million likes in just eight hours! It’s now at over 10 million “loves.”
So, now that you know the image, prepare for the giant mural that follows. Australian artist Lushsux, (real name Mark Walls) made a 60ft high mural of the singer on a wall in the Collingwood district of Melbourne.
When in Melbourne…
Snapchat Hearts Daft Punk
Daft Punk took to the stage at the Grammys on Sunday, alongside the Weekend and performed “Starboy” and “I Feel It Coming.” It was the first time in three years that Daft Punk have performed live. The last time it happened was at the 2014 Grammys, when they performed ‘Get Lucky’ with Pharrell, Nile Rodgers and Stevie Wonder.
And Snapchat was so bloody excited, that to celebrate this rare instance of activity from the French duo, the app rolled out a new filter.
It superimposes Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo’s helmet over the user’s face. Videos taken using the filter also feature the song “Doin’ It Right,” off the robots’ 2013 album Random Access Memories, like so:
— (EYR) (@eyr) February 13, 2017
And doing’ it right means having a great weekend! Enjoy the mild weather and as usual, don’t do anything Pop wouldn’t. Cheers!
More from Social Fun
The latest in female empowerment... comes with a sports angle and is directed specifically to that of young girls.
Mehmet Geren, a high-end fashion retoucher and all-around photoshop wizard, revisits classical masterpieces, adding touches of our everyday lives in …