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With the Supreme Court tackling the Defense of Marriage Act, we've all seen people on social media showing their support by changing their avatars to red "Marriage Equality" equals signs. Of course, with the internet being the internet, a meme was born.View the Gallery ▶
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In "Twidiots", we collect the choicest thoughts on a particular topic from Twitter's millions of users.
With the fate of Proposition 8 currently resting on the Supreme Court, the Twitterverse has been a-buzz with chatter about Marriage Equality. Despite the generally encouraging, positive tone of most voicing their opinion, some Tweeters are a little more conflicted on the topic of our Gay and Lesbian friends While still being tolerant, of course.
I'm not even a homophobe i got no problem with gay people, but na you shouldn't be doing that under any circumstance Hova (@ARoberson_) March 22, 2013
There has never been another sitcom as huge as "Friends" was. And, based on the fact that "Two and a Half Men" is still the top rated sitcom and no one watches anything on NBC anymore, there may never be a show like "Friends" again. Good thing it will remain in reruns forever.
As someone who has seen every episode of "Friends" at least 5 times, here are a few things that still bother me:
1. After Ross said the wrong name, why did Emily finish the wedding?
In "The One With Ross's Wedding," Ross, as you'll remember, says the wrong name during the vows. He's marrying Emily, but he says, "Rachel." Whoops! That's not really a great start to a marriage, but the good thing about it is that it happened before Ross and Emily were technically married. This was a perfect opportunity for Emily to call the whole thing off, but, instead of doing that very logical thing, she finishes the wedding, then runs away after they're legally married. That is such a hassle. It's not all Emily's fault, though. Ross has been divorced before. He really should have done a better job keeping a lookout for signs that things wouldn't work out. Like the fact that he said the wrong name during his wedding vows.