Before the world had the Kardashians, the world first had Paris Hilton! The socialite that starred in “The Simple Life” during the 00’s, would probably become one of the most famous people on the planet if social media was big during her time. However, Paris apparently was ahead of her time. Now Paris, as the princess she is, has become a social media meme.
A few days ago, Paris took to her Twitter account to upload a portrait of herself which she captioned:
“Tell me something I don’t know…”
Tell me something I don’t know…. pic.twitter.com/bxmzLFekrX
— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) June 28, 2018
I assume Paris didn’t think this through and was just playing with captions to be mysterious and inquisitive, but the response she got back, was hilarious. A lot of people responded to her tweet. We have collected some of the best.
1. Who knew?
Hippos have pink sweat https://t.co/FEJfT8Dot5
— Liz Finnegan (@TheGingerarchy) July 1, 2018
2. Does this mean that the “head chef” is a “head head?“
The word chef literally means “head”, the full proper title is “Chef de cuisine” which means “head of the kitchen”. https://t.co/egpKAkbIyI
— Lesego Semenya (@LesDaChef) July 1, 2018
3. I can’t digest this information.
Any right-angled triangle, the square of the length of the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides. https://t.co/RzaW7BhPvU
— Corin Nemec (@imcorinnemec) June 30, 2018
4. My brain hurts.
When ultra-relativistic charged particles move through magnetic fields they are forced to move along a curved path and emit bremsstrahlung, a German term for “braking radiation.” https://t.co/6wGwuLUws0
— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 1, 2018
Given N shapes in N-dimensional Euclidean space, it is possible to divide all of them in half with a single (N − 1)-dimensional hyperplane. https://t.co/PWiMYGbBzL
— Adrian Bowyer (@adrianbowyer) June 30, 2018
6. My mind is blown.
Every odd number that exists has the letter “e” in it. https://t.co/afeo843tF1
— Jack Mull (@J4CKMULL) June 29, 2018
7. I imagine how constipated they must be.
Sloths don’t fart https://t.co/Ccbtx5IFz2
— Dani Rabaiotti (@DaniRabaiotti) June 30, 2018
8. Gotta give it a chance tho.
A new John Coltrane album came out on Friday. https://t.co/VwKbqKFmHt
— Ted Gioia (@tedgioia) June 30, 2018
9. Why is there so much science on this thread?
Although English mass nouns often refer to substances or substance-like entities (as in “water” and “sand”), SUPERORDINATE mass nouns often refer to distinct objects! (for instance, you would call a chair “a piece of furniture”, not “a furniture”) https://t.co/O4kC8b3pUC
— Paul Bloom (@paulbloomatyale) July 1, 2018
10. I’m sure she remembers sweetie.
We met once pic.twitter.com/fjJyMYtWyr
— Jesse Heiman (@JesseHeiman) June 28, 2018
11. *Books flight immediately*
Welshpool is a town in Wales, historically in the county of Montgomeryshire, but currently administered as part of the unitary authority of Powys. Its Welsh language name Y Trallwng literally means “the marshy or sinking land”. Welshpool is the fourth largest town in Powys.
— Paul Alexander (@mulleralexander) June 29, 2018
12. So glad the sky is what it is.
There are so many stars in the universe that if it weren’t for all the interstellar gas and dust blocking your view the night sky would appear almost entirely bright white.
— Jesus Christ (@ThatHippieJesus) June 30, 2018
I assume Paris Hilton was not expecting this much reaction to her tweet, but hey, can’t deny the fact that she got a lot of new facts. And so did we!