Trending: Robin Williams Daughter Off Twitter, #LeftHandedDay, Prancercize Sequel


While social media can bring us so many fun moments, this week, internet trolls drove a grieving daughter away from Twitter.

A couple of days ago, Robin Williams daughter Zelda posted a touching tribute to her dad on Twitter, but now she’s chosen to stop using social media.

She made the decision after receiving messages from two Twitter accounts — that blamed her for her dad’s death and called her derogatory names.

Those accounts have been suspended.

Zelda posted a similar message on her Instagram account.


About 10 percent of the population is left-handed and if you fall in that category, August 13 is your day to celebrate!

The #lefthanders day is trending on Twitter.

Sportscenter tweeted out pictures of outstanding left-handed athletes including golfer Phil Mickelson, affectionately known as lefty.

Famous left handed entertainers include Lady Gaga, Sir Paul McCartney, David Bowie, and Justin Bieber.

The Bush Library in College Station tweeted out these pictures of George H.W. Bush saying he throws, shoots and writes left, but bats and golfs right. #lefthandersday

Another fact for you, five of our last seven presidents are left handed.


The Prancercise lady is back and this time, she’s not alone.

The original Prancercise workout video, that teaches you to prance like a horse, topped 10 million views on YouTube — so you knew there was going to be a sequel!

This time Joanna Rohrback joined by real horses and a human friend.

The new nearly 5-minute video is called “Official Prancercise Fitness With Passion.”

But if that’s not enough, there’s a director’s cut available and it includes bloopers and Prancercise tips.

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