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the rock launches crocodile dundee's doritos into space: your daily distraction... you're welcome

the rock launches crocodile dundee's doritos into space: your daily distraction... you're welcome
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #232 • View online

Falcon Heavy Sheds Its Feathers
SpaceX successfully launched Falcon Heavy from the Kennedy Space Center earlier today. Not only will the galactic giant send one of Elon Musk’s Telsa Roadsters into space, it’ll do so with a dummy (called Starman) inside. Oh, and by the way, the rockets booters have also detached and landed safely on landing zones. Wow.
Above: Our exclusive interview with the head of SpaceX
Above: Our exclusive interview with the head of SpaceX
YouTube Kids Is Still Being A Naughty Boy
We’ve previously aired our concerns about social media content platforms aimed at children. However, it appears that YouTube Kids is still showing disturbing content. YouTube has since apologized (again) and promised to “do more” (again) but we just keep on seeing the same problems over and ove.
Hide yo kids.
Hide yo kids.
Dorit-NO!
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Doritos for single-handedly solving the biggest problem that women face; the noise that chips make when they’re eaten. Wait… what? Yup. The chip company is launching a “lady-friendly” yet incredibly sexist line of products. Thankfully they’ll be small enough to fit into purses too! I bet that’ll go down well.
While you're at it. Why not just make the packaging pink and glittery?
While you're at it. Why not just make the packaging pink and glittery?
Marketing Down Under
Marketing news: It turns out that the recent Crocodile Dundee sequel trailer was all just a marketing stunt put together by Tourism Australia. The curtain was pulled away on the campaign during a Super Bowl TV spot. Crikey!
Insert that's not an 'X' this is an 'X' meme here.
Insert that's not an 'X' this is an 'X' meme here.
The Rock Beats Scissors, But Can He Beat Gravity?
Today’s journey into Memeland shows how Twitter is having fun with The Rock’s new movie poster. The superstar’s new blockbuster, Skyscraper, features him making an impossible leap into a building. Some made jokes, others made predictions, and one person actually did the math. But the only thing that matters is that-
- Oh.
- Oh.
Have a great Safer Internet Day from all of us here at Truly Social!
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