Best of Twitter from June 21, 2021

Today is the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere known as summer solstice, estival solstice or as some people call it: midsummer. This event occurs when one of the Earth’s poles has its maximum tilt toward the Sun. In reality that means, if this bright and yellow ball upon the sky reaches its highest position, it’s the date with the longest period of daylight. So be prepared and don’t forget your sunglasses before leaving home. Ironically this event is on a Monday this year, a day where everything feels stretched already. Good news is, you don’t need to work any longer than normally. Bad news is, days are getting shorter from now on. Whether you like to celebrate this special date or not, we advise you to drink some chilled liquor and read our gems for today. Enjoy!