The 25 funniest tweets of the week
It’s finally Friday, in a week which definitely had at least four Mondays, and that means it’s Tweets of the Week time again.
A lot has happened in the world – much of InfoWars’ angry elf Alex Jones’ social media presence has been eradicated, Boris Johnson has divided opinion by suggesting Muslim women look like letter boxes – it’s divided between people who think he’s an idiot and people who are sure he’s an idiot – and America has confirmed the launch of its Space Force.
But good old reliable Twitter keeps churning out the funny stuff, and these are our 25 favourites.
— John Rain (@MrKenShabby) August 5, 2018
Not gonna lie, I honestly thought J-Lo’s trousers had fallen down. pic.twitter.com/Dz1ElhaVsE
— Baz (@bazlyons) August 4, 2018
To all of the haters that said this day would never come pic.twitter.com/BbJ45MZ4Fw
— Ruth Ann Crystal, MD (@CatchTheBaby) August 4, 2018
We are not a mews pic.twitter.com/XLbUfpMpdP
— MꙬse Allain (@MooseAllain) August 6, 2018
the smiths: there is a light that never goes out
a moth: 👀
— isabel (@spoookybabe) August 4, 2018
My favourite part of medical school was when they taught us the Weird weight loss tip that doctors don’t want you to know about.
— Adam Kay (@amateuradam) August 6, 2018
Big fat liar deprived of platform on which to spread his toxic bullshit.
No, not that one.
— paul bassett davies (@thewritertype) August 6, 2018
If you’re staying in a hotel for a few nights and one day you don’t eat the free biscuits, make sure you hide the free biscuits, to ensure you get more free biscuits, in case of a biscuit emergency later in the trip #TravelTips
— Richard Osman (@richardosman) August 6, 2018
I have drawn the world’s worst pun pic.twitter.com/aCtxFNmw1Y
— Nathan W. Pyle (@nathanwpyle) August 5, 2018
Weird direction to take with the sequel and Bullock is almost unrecognisable but love this series pic.twitter.com/royASIwhdy
— Chris Purchase (@ChrisPurchase) August 7, 2018
[evolution of a work email]
FUCK YOU I SPECIFICALLY SAID-
If you had taken the time to actually read wha-
Apologies, I will be more clear next time 🙂
— Das Skoogeth (@Skoogeth) August 7, 2018
That awkward moment when you can relate to a vending machine. pic.twitter.com/VocHS9UR4e
— Michael Clarke (@Mr_Mike_Clarke) August 6, 2018
Whereas Girls Aloud prefer the multi-storey. pic.twitter.com/fICMbf8rX9
— amanda abbington (@CHIMPSINSOCKS) August 8, 2018