There's no excuse for racism of any kind. It's a disgusting human trait that's utterly indefensible.Yet since Brexit and Trump, there's been an unprecedented rise in racist incidents. A considerable number of these have been based around people's command of the English language.
Coming up with product names that work in all languages is a tricky business. Most companies do name checks to ensure any new names work in their main markets. However, that rarely covers all countries. Consequently, there are plenty of occasions when a name that sounds great in one language has a very different meaning in another.
The French President Emmanuel Macron visited Finland this week. Amidst all the pomp and splendour of his mini-break, he popped into one of Helsinki Market's tent cafes for a quick coffee with Sauli Niinistö. It was not what he was expecting.
Donnie wanted to teach his daughter about socialism by stealing her Halloween candy. That's very fitting for the son of a robber baron.
Some people never learn: Former UKIP mastermind Nigel Farage held up a silly sign. Let's find out how the internet has exploited this using Photoshop.
We've found the ultimate source for anti-Brexit burn. At least gigglesnort yourself through UK's grace period, pending terminal Post-colonial irrelevance.
The Poke, one of the UK's funniest satirical websites, asked Twitter for Brexit themed children’s books to help with the task of explaining Britain's slow motion suicide to kids. Needless to say, the internet delivered in fine style.
Youtube is fun, but UK consumer might want to consider non-animal protein sources, since post-Brexit trade agreements may allow chlorine-soaked chicken.
Nigel Farage may be a masterful con man on radio and TV, but he can't lie on a sign held up in front of a camera without being called out by the internet.