1. A bunch of “celebrities” are apparently showing off their ‘Toblerone Tunnels’ and we’d like to request a refund on life, please.
In the latest sexist body trend ready to hit ‘thigh gap’, ‘thigh brows’ and ‘hip cleavage’ levels of this is a bad idea, the ‘Toblerone Tunnel’ is apparently the newest symbol of sexy in social media land.
The term – which is equal parts laughable and ridiculous – refers to the triangular gap between a women’s upper thighs, and it’s the Northern Hemisphere’s summer pose du jour. Pretty much the closer you can get that gap to resemble the contours of a Toblerone chocolate bar, the better. Or something.
*Takes a minute to process this information.*
According to the good, feminist folks at The Sun, women who get this very important tick of approval include: Emily Ratajkowski, Kendall Jenner, and UK Love Island winner Cara De La Hoyde.
Okay. Cool. Good to know.
Meanwhile, on Twitter…
The only Toblerone tunnel I have is my mouth through which said Toblerones pass! ????????????
— Elaine Copperwaite (@Ef4vescent) May 23, 2018
just saw toblerone tunnel in real life and I gotta say, stop doing this to women
— Cassandra Gauthier (@cassgtv) May 22, 2018
Yeah I’ve got a toblerone tunnel….otherwise known as my throat ???? #tobleronetunnel
— Tabatha Smithson (@tabathalouise) May 22, 2018
2. Georgia Love received a bizarre email, and has a warning for all Aussies about it.
Georgia Love is no fool. So when the former Bachelorette saw a suspicious email with a too-good-to-be-true message she knew exactly what to do: hit delete – but not before sharing a screenshot with her Instagram followers as a warning.
The 29-year-old received an email from what looked a lot like MyGov telling her she could claim a $65 tax refund if she just followed the link. This was of course, a scam. The link would have taken her to a scammer’s page (made to look like the official one) where it prompts people to fill out bank, credit card and identity details – all of which can be used by the scammer. And even if you filled nothing in, just opening the link could allow malware to be installed on your computer.
"Don't click any links if you get this email!" Georgia wrote on the screenshot of the email which she posted to her Instagram Stories.
Thanks for the heads up, Georgia.
3. It seems being a royal will drastically change Meghan Markle's wardrobe, after all.
We don't mean to alarm you, but Meghan Markle has only been a royal for three days (a Duchess to be exact) and she's already put on a regal item of clothing most of us muggles shun.
In her first public appearance as the Duchess of Sussex, for Prince Charles' 70th birthday, Meghan was seen wearing - gasp - pantyhose.
We know from our religious stalking of Meghan that this is the first time she's worn the nude tights, which are usually only sported by someone your nanna's age - or a royal. The Duchess of Cambridge (and Princess Diana before her) is often seen in pantyhose, which she somehow manages to not look dowdy. And it looks like Meghan is following suit.
Still, we just can't imagine pre-Harry Meghan rocking pantyhose ever, meaning her royal title might start having an influence on her wardrobe. Which we're fine with - as long as no one messes with her messy buns.
4. Despite the royal wedding being over, the stalking of Thomas Markle just won't end.
Before the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, father-of-the-bride Thomas Markle was a hot topic in celebrity news.
Now, four days after the wedding he's still being hounded by paparazzi, so much so that he's required the help of external security.
Speaking to US publication TMZ, Markle described the moment when a friend and his small child picked him up from a safe house while he was recovering from his emergency heart surgery - which was also the reason he was unable to attend his daughter's wedding.
The 73-year-old said that there were five cars filled with paparazzi following their car and that he continues to be "bombarded" now that he's back at his housing complex.
Markle also said that physically getting into his home proved to be an effort requiring a total of four security guards.
"I never asked for this and my friends never asked for this and photographers, knowing [that] there's a child in the car, have no business chasing it," he told the publication.
5. Khloe Kardashian hasn't got time for the critics of her postpartum work outs.
Khloe Kardashian would like the world to know that she has no time for social media trolls and haters.
The reality TV star and Revenge Body creator has taken to sharing her post-partum workouts on Snapchat, and it's struck a negative chord with some viewers.
Fresh from giving birth to her daughter True only five weeks ago, the busy new mum and businesswoman has responded directly to the online vitriol, defending her decision to exercise.
“What I’m annoyed about is that I’ve read a couple of times on Twitter that, you know, they feel that I’m focusing too much on my body, but the truth is, I’ve worked out five or six days a week before I got pregnant and that’s my sanctuary and something I love to do," she said.
To be honest, she has a point. You can read the rest of her empowering quotes here.