"These two weeks ARE a gift. Spend them with your kids, you macho goon," Creature of London CEO Dan Cullen-Shute tweeted.
The tweet immediately triggered speculation that he could be looking to recruit Oculus CTO John Carmack.
"What is it with Trump and his two-handed chipmunk-like style of drinking water?" one Twitter user wrote.
"He's never not an a**hole. Never," Andy Lassner, an executive producer for The Ellen Show, tweeted.
Joe Wren, 17, was travelling on the train following an interview to study maths at Robinson College when he was handed the heart-warming letter.
"This is not even remotely normal. There's something going on here," one Twitter user said.
"Ted Cruz, the Jar Jar Binks of the Republican party," one Twitter user wrote.
Twitter blasted Sarah Huckabee Sanders over her tweet about the most "underreported" Trump stories of 2017.
"You misspelled #NetNeutrality, you genetically altered butternut squash," one Twitter use fired back.
"Was this Trump's performance review?" one Twitter user questioned.
Sarah Idan, otherwise known as Miss Iraq, has been bombarded by death threats following an Instagram post alongside Adar Gandelsman, Miss Israel.
The First Lady looked gorgeous in a black sequined dress with matching heels as she posed with US President Donald J. Trump.
James Timpson OBE slammed Virgin Trains for stopping his 15-year-old daughter from getting on a train at London Euston after she did not look young enough for a child ticket.
Twitter couldn't stop taunting the president over his latest spelling error while ranting about "fake news."
"Come on Anderson. We're ok with you telling the truth..." one Twitter user said.
"The tears I have right now are extraordinarily different from the tears last November," one Twitter user wrote. "Let's take our country back, America."
"After writing this, do you still want us to believe that wasn't you in the Access Hollywood video?" one Twitter user wrote.
Kade Walker, a student at South Dakota State University, posted a tweet gently mocking his blunt political sciences professor Dave Wiltse.
The new optical illusion was shared by Japanese scientist Kohske Takahashi.
Twitter slammed the video as "tone-deaf" and "cringeworthy" in light of the sexual allegations levied against Moore.