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The New York Times should stick to what it knows and stay out of our guacamole.
On Wednesday morning, TNYT decided to advise its readers on one of the most beloved foods of all time — guacamole. The legendary paper offended and disturbed many subscribers when it tweeted out an article that suggested guacamole enthusiasts add PEAS(PEEEEAAAASSSS!!!) to their guac for "sweetness" and "texture".
What the what?! This sounds like a culinary travesty!!
Obviously, the Twitterverse did not take well to this suggestion and BLASTED the paper for its terrible advice. Even President Obama freaked out! Check out some of the best tweets (below)!
Peas don't work in guacamole. You know what they work great in though? NOTHING PEAS ARE DISGUSTING STOP TRYING TO MAKE PEAS HAPPEN.
— Matt Singer (@mattsinger) July 1, 2015
Peas in guacamole?! We fought two world wars and invented a space program so we could have this world? WTF.
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) July 1, 2015
Ha! We love all of these responses!
So, what do YOU think about peas in guac?
Demi Lovato's new single is soooo hot! Definitely going on our beach playlist!
What do YOU think? Is Cool For The Summer cool enough to be your summer jam??
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
But what's more is that gurl is already teasing a music video to go along with the sexy summer jam! She tweeted:
Jim Carrey has no problem putting our government on blast!
On Tuesday, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed one of the strictest vaccination programs in the country.
For doing so, the Dumb & Dumber star is calling the governor a "corporate fascist" because he believes there is a link between vaccines and autism!
The legislation would require children in daycares and schools to be immunized no matter what, with the exception of serious medical reasons. This bill would take power away from the parents decision on if they wanted their child vaccinated or not.
Only two states — Mississippi and West Virginia — are this strict in enforcing that no child is immune to the immunization process.
Carrey took to Twitter to warn his followers about the dangerous bill, and the dangers of injecting thimerosal, writing:
Say it ain't so!
Especially, after she blamed the Baby One More Time singer for the reason the single didn't perform as well as it should have.
However, the Fancy rapper's since squashed any feuding rumors between herself and the pop icon.
Nonetheless, sources report that the Black Widow performer has been vocal about the powerhouse collaboration from the get go. Even during filming of their music video!
One source shared:
But now, it's come to light that the American Honey star plagiarized some of his lyrics from a '90s rap song!
Pri the Honeydark, a representative of the rap group Anomolies, revealed that LaBeouf took some of his rap from Anomolies' 1999 song Perfectionist!
Towards the end of the actor's freestyle, he quotes lines from the song verbatim:
"Rare commodity, the quality is what it's got to be, and my philosophy is much farther than what your eyes can see."
While the 29-year-old didn't specifically state that he was rapping original content, it's clear that the lines are taken directly from the track!
The actor hasn't commented on the accusations yet, but he's already made it clear that he thinks plagiarism has some grey areas: