Are the New iPhones Sexist Because They’re Too Big For Women’s Hands?
Apple announced its new iPhones last week and they got all the reactions you’d expect. But here’s one word people used to describe them that Apple definitely didn’t see coming: SEXIST.
The new iPhone XS Max has a six-and-a-half-inch screen . . . and the smallest iPhone that will be available is the iPhone XS, which has a 5.8-inch screen.
And some women say that’s not cool . . . because giant phones don’t fit into their smaller hands.
A professor at the University of North Carolina tweeted, quote, “Women like me with small hands . . . are stuck with something they can’t hold and constantly risk dropping.”
Older models are still available for now, and they’re smaller . . . but clearly, Apple’s moving in a bigger direction with their new phones, and if they keep that up, soon enough they won’t have any smaller phones left.
Rich People Are Now Hiring Nannies . . . For Themselves
The only surprising part of this story is that it’s not all that surprising.
Apparently, some rich people in New York City have started hiring nannies . . . for THEMSELVES. They want someone who can do things like help them get dressed and ready in the morning, do their nails, massage them, and drive them around.
And sure, that sounds nice, but isn’t it kind of ridiculous? The head of a nanny staffing company in New York summed it up, quote, “Wealthy families have a certain way of looking at things.” They really do.
Turkey Caught Shoplifting:
The Villages News claims a turkey, who stole more than $1,000 in merchandise from a Belk department store, has entered a no contest plea in her case. Irene Leonhard was dressed in a head-to-toe turkey costume when she entered the department store and stole a Michael Kors purse. Irene also stole 10 other items valued at $1,497. She was charged with Grand Theft before entering her plea. Irene did not say why she was wearing a turkey costume
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