In an effort to win him over, Topaz uses spells to first change herself then accidentally changes Jasper into a sneaky geek. As per Cinderella rules, the BFFL have 'til midnight to change Jasper back into Topaz's sweetie-pumpkin-- but can they escape detention first? Topaz spies Jasper , the troll she has a crush on, handing out invitations for his party to Coral and her cheerleaders. As he walks by, Topaz intentionally drops a book, but he misses her hint that she wants him to pick it up for her.
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Drawings of Trolls
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The Tale of the Dating Trolls
The artist and professional troll enraged the right with his new music video "Montero Call Me By Your Name ," a queer retelling of humanity's banishment from the Garden of Eden. In this version, abundant with references to Greek mythology and biblical symbolism, Lil Nas X has an illicit affair with a demonic serpentine creature, is judged before a denim-clad angelic council, and then accepts his fate by descending into Hell via pole dance. There, he gives the king of the dead a steamy lap dance before snapping the devil's neck and claiming the throne for himself. It's a story of sin, banishment, and redemption, but the redemption is granted by Lil Nas X himself rather than an omnipotent deity who dictates right and wrong.
Over the weekend, Twitter told , people via email that they interacted with Russian propaganda during the presidential election. But according to Kate Starbird, an assistant professor at the University of Washington, that's far from enough. In a Twitter thread on Saturday, Starbird shared her recent research into social networks and the "echo chambers" they create.