There are two kinds of people in the world and Twitter knows exactly what they are
Twitter has some pretty strong opinions on a lot of really important stuff, ranging from whether the House of Lords is a good idea to the funniest stand-up of all time or even the crucial issue of whether a Jaffa Cake is really a biscuit. It’s also managed to boil down the diverse range of human nature into two types; not the same two types every time, of course. Here are the funniest 11 tweets on the matter.
"There are two types of people in the world; people who can count, people who can't and people who make up false quotations." – Jesus, 1976.
— Chris (@ChribHibble) August 13, 2013
There are only two types of person on this planet – those who do understand that Twitter’s got a strict 140 character limit and those who do
— James Martin (@Pundamentalism) June 27, 2015
There are two types of people in this world: People who can't count.
— Michael Spicer (@MrMichaelSpicer) October 30, 2013
There are two types of person in the world: people who took the time to read this tweet and I'm so sorry you're not one of the others.
— sixthformpoet (@sixthformpoet) September 24, 2014
There are two kinds of people in the world. Those that can extrapolate things from incomplete data.
— liam cunningham (@liamcunningham1) October 14, 2016
There are two kinds of people in this world:
Those who text back the response "ROFL," and those who AREN'T fucking liars.
— Noah Kinsey (@thenoahkinsey) March 8, 2015
There are just two kinds of people in this world:
1) Those of us who saved room for dessert.
— The Refined Ruffian (@CulturedRuffian) September 9, 2016
There are two types of people in this world. Those who hate Phil Collins and those who are Phil Collins.
— Cosy♥️♣️♦️♠️ (@CosyFT) October 28, 2015
There are two kinds of people:
People who DON'T tweet walking down stairs, and people whofogmsvdsdvgnsbann
— Ben (@0point5twins) September 30, 2016
But it’s best left to the legend that is Eric Idle to put it into a perspective we can probably all appreciate, when he says “There are two kinds of people. And I don’t much care for either of them.”