The fallout after zoo officials took a decision to shoot dead Harambe the gorilla has been complicated after it emerged every single person online is a fucking expert on the subject.
Security members had seconds to decide what to do on Saturday when a four-year-old fell into the gorilla enclosure. After watching the silverback drag the child through a stream like a ragdoll, they took the reluctant decision to shoot him in the face.
However, many online, er, people suggested that they might know different. "I can't help wondering why they didn't use a dart to stun Harambe," said Steven Thompson, who used to really like wildlife documentaries when he was younger. "Wouldn't it have been better just to knock the animal out instead of killing him? They are an endangered species."
"Seriously, people, stop farting," says President Obama. "I'm asking you this not because it's rude, disgusting, sometimes smelly, or juvenile. Because, let's be real, the fart scene in Blazing Saddles is pure gold.
James McAvoy, better known as Professor X, has taken the blame for the bad reviews received by the latest Marvel blockbuster X-Men: Apocalypse. The 37-year-old, whose character takes center place in the movie's official poster, above, admitted that he had a large say in the decision to portray the X-Men's emblematic leader as having what critics have hailed "the mother of all combovers".
"The initial idea was to have Charles totally bald," McAvoy told UnNews, in an interview you won't see on other websites. "But I just thought it was silly to go from luscious locks in the 1970s to nothing in the 1980s. I wanted to show an in-between, balding stage.
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