Although it started as cruel satire celebrating the death of former U.K. prime minister Margaret Thatcher, some of the Internet is reading the "nowthatchersdead" hashtag on Twitter as "Now That Cher's Dead." (To be clear, Cher is not dead. Cher is very much alive.):
You will be spared the "If I Could Turn Back Time" and "Believe" puns, but the organizers of the hashtag created an incredibly irreverant playlist, and it does not include Cher.
To be fair, journalist Martin Belam totally predicted this would happen (and that said post would appear):