(FOX19) - While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.
Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.
HERE'S JIMMY! Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon debuts
Jimmy Fallon officially took over "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" Monday evening, which was a time slot that Johnny Carson and Jay Leno had lasting success. Fallon seemed a little nervous (understandably) but luckily he had a lot of friends to help him.
"I want to say thanks to all the fans for all their support, and to my buddy who said I'd never be the host of The Tonight Show, and you know who you are, you owe me 100 bucks buddy," Fallon said to the camera. And then he precedes to collect his $100 bet from Robert De Niro, Tina Fey, Mariah Carey, Joe Namath, Kim Kardashian, Stephen Colbert and more.
Also, U2 had a rooftop performance and Will Smith joined Fallon for an "Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing" number.
Capital One says it can show up at cardholders' homes, workplaces
The credit card company's recent contract update includes terms that sound, well, just plain creepy. The update specifies that "we may contact you in any manner we choose" and that such contacts can include calls, emails, texts, faxes or a "personal visit." In addition, Capital One says these visits can be "at your home and at your place of employment."
In other words, they could show up at work!
Four women react to being photoshopped into cover models
Buzzfeed asked four women to participate in a Photoshop experiment. First, they modeled in a professional photo shoot, then they had a Photoshop expert retouch the images to make the women look like "cover models." Buzzfeed then showed the women the results and asked what they thought. And in the end, all four women realized they didn't need Photoshop to make them perfect.
One woman put it perfectly: "Once you take away your imperfections, there's not much left of who you really are."
Groupon admits Alexander Hamilton Presidents Day gag
In honor of Presidents Day, Groupon offered $10 off any $40 deal for local businesses. "The $10 bill, as everyone knows, features President Alexander Hamilton — undeniably one of our greatest presidents and most widely recognized for establishing the country's financial system," reads a statement on the company's website.
A spokesperson for the company said last night that it was all a gag, TIME reports. "Most Presidents Day promotions make people fall asleep, so we wanted to do something different that was in line with our brand and sense of humor that got people talking and writing about Groupon," the spokesman said.
Whether you think the stunt was stupid or genius, Groupon had the last laugh, calling the spoof "an overwhelming success."