Okay, if the taxpayers didn’t shell out for it, the video on the Yanny/Laurel thing done by the Trump Administration would have been funny.
While America tried to decide if they heard Yanny or Laurel, no one paid much attention to Kim Jong-un’s reiterations of threats to South Korea. Otherwise, what else happened in May 2018?
Robots branched out far from Silicon Valley, Maya Bay closed until September, and America’s favorite 911 operator was sentenced.
Huda Kattan tried it with her Rose Gold palette and fake swatches, while Oberlin College went after food aggressions on campus.
Was the perfect palette in September 2016. Now in May 2018, it is trash.
There was a fair amount of skinny dipping, and cricket flour.
Jerzday got a tan ban, and speaking of pale, we went back to when the Left’s hero President Wilson screened, Birth of a Nation at the White House.
Kippahs were worn and put away, and Vladimir Putin motivated us to invest in mallomars.
Despite TSA tightening the public’s belts when it comes to onboard snacks, PD hoped flipping through Rick Steves’ Travel As a Political Act would help get you in the travel spirit, and with hot destinations like Cancun and outer space, how could you resist?
All in all, May 2018 most resembled the pic below for us here at PD:
See you in June!