Our spunky LN Writers offer up funny, outrageous and crazy tidbits from around the Web. So many Gems, so little time…
Governor Mike Huckabee is a pretty funny guy. During a recent trip to Oslo, Norway, the governor let loose on Twitter, and the results are…well, a scream.
At museum in Oslo–wasn’t sure if this was Edward Munch’s “The Scream” or Nancy Pelosi at Trump speech last week. pic.twitter.com/0ImsZr2kQz
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) March 5, 2017
Huckabee wasn’t just starting, however; this was just the latest in a long line of hilarious tweets. Here are his thoughts on Russia:
Full disclosure:I have NOT met with Russian AMB, but did have Russian dressing on a salad last September. I’ll recuse from salads for a week
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) March 3, 2017
…and on a possible 2020 Democratic ticket:
Dems select ticket for 2020. A match made in Transylvania pic.twitter.com/iKLJxPTdVx
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) March 2, 2017
This Twitter user had no idea how prescient his tweet from earlier this week would end up being:
Obama realized spying on Germany and France was bad for foreign relations, so he moved on to political opposition in his own country.
— Matt Dougan (@Americooligan) March 4, 2017
As long as we’re discussing government spying, Wikileaks pulled this useful tidbit out of its Vault7 document dump today. Even if you’re not interested in surveillance topics, here’s a tweet everyone can find at least a little amusing.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) March 7, 2017
Speaking of not paying for things, a reviewer for TripAdvisor.com tried to pull a fast one at a restaurant in Brisbane, Australia recently — and literally. Rather than pay for her meal, she pulled one of her own hairs out, put it in her food, and then complained that there was hair in her food. Huffington Post also reports that she did, true to her threat to the restaurant, post a bad review.
Finally, imagine being on a plane and having a mouse run in after you’ve already buckled into your seat. What would you do? Passengers on a British Airways flight don’t have to wonder anymore — it happened. Reuters has the whole story.
Tune in tomorrow for more gems from the web!