We all know how addictive Twitter can be, but as Stephen Colbert showed on Late Show, its hold over our current President may be a bit too powerful.

Whether or not you support the 45th President of the United States, one thing I'm sure everyone can agree on is that the dude spends way too much time on social media. While using services like Twitter is certainly expected of anyone with influence in the modern age, very few people squander as much time online as 45. Heck, even fictional cartoon versions of our current President can't stop from picking up the phone to deliver some nonsensical hot takes.

At least when the animated 45 tweets while on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, those don't actually get sent out into the world, further putting into question the President's priorities.

We've all written some silly poetry at some point in our lives. Whether it was for a school assignment, or you thought maybe a quick little sonnet would win over a potential flame, there's no shame in having scribbled some rhymes at one time or another.

Unless of course you're Kit Harrington, and the poem you wrote is about how much you crush on Nicole Kidman.

Being "forced" to read it in front of a studio audience while Nicole and James Corden laugh at you is more punishment than Jon Snow deserved. No matter how awkward and bad the poem actually was.

Kids write some weird scripts, but you'd never really notice how strange they were when acted out by those same kids. It's not until some adults pick up the pages and start reciting lines that you realize just how bizarre the imaginations of youths can be when coming up with plays or movie ideas.

Jimmy Fallon acted out a few scenes with The Mummy actor Tom Cruise on the Tonight Show, once again proving that mummies and skeletons can be best friends once they stop kicking each other.

Speaking of youths, Seth Meyers learned some new teen slang this week, and decided to share all his new linguistics with us on Late Night. I haven't been hanging around the mall enough to verify the authenticity of these new words, but I can definitely see the "Ri-Oh-No" being a thing... and it's definitely not because I do it myself sometimes.

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