Tabloid Art History
It's the social media age and we're just living in it with every pop culture moment, red carpet look and A-list headline boasting a 24-hour life. All it takes is a new day, a couple hundred clicks and a swipe (or three) and it's #OldNews.
But Tabloid Art History is here to cement some of the biggest moments to grace the internet in the history books by comparing them to art through the ages.
From Kim Kardashian's earring in the ocean meltdown back in 2011 compared to 1896 'Truth Coming Out of Her Wel' by Jean-Léon Gérôme to Britney Spears at a Del Taco drivethru in 2007 compared to 1607 'David with the head of Goliath' by Caravaggio, these are our favourites.
As per tradition, the Queen remains stern-faced on most public engagements. But every so often, a photographer will catch Her Majesty stifling a giggle or cheering on her horse behind the sidelines.
Playing on the mystery behind the crown, a Twitter account has taken on the role of the Queen and spills her 'thoughts' on the internet with royal results.
From her thoughts on Brexit and Love Island to the Duke of Edinburgh's famous driving incident of 2019, this is sure to prove a guilty pleasure for Windsor fans far and wide.
Bored Elon Musk
One of the greatest parody accounts to ever grace our feed, Bored Elon Musk pokes fun at the US entrepreneur's well-documented ideas - which are often ridiculed online.
If you thought the SpaceX CEO has some pretty impressive ideas then you're sure to enjoy his alter-ego, as the Twitter account posts a number of incredible ideas of admittedly pretty genius inventions.
From an app which immediately runs a Google search when an unknown number calls you to Shazam that identifies that strange noise in the middle of the night, these are some of our favourites.
Although not a dedicated parody account, Netflix is a must-follow for serial bingers far and wide.
From jokes on the shows of the moment to embarrassingly relatable content (they mostly call out our episode-after-episode watching habits), once you start scrolling it's hard to stop.
To be totally honest, we hit follow just to watch (and retweet) Cheer's Jerry mat talk people to work.