Just 25 hilarious things we’ve seen this week
Storm Ciara is all set to blow into the UK and Ireland, it’s quite possible that everyone’s weekend plans are about to be ruined.
Thankfully, there’s still Netflix and the internet to fall back on, starting with these twenty-five funny tweets from the past week.
It's happened. Daytime television has run out of things to talk about. pic.twitter.com/zGtefv4Tbq
— Alistair Coleman (@alistaircoleman) February 4, 2020
Re-reading Wuthering Heights is a great reminder that 150 years ago, if you, say, sprained an ankle at a neighbor's house, you just lived there for five weeks until it healed.
— Adam Morgan (@adamm0rgan) January 31, 2020
I once visited a high school to do a talk. At the start I asked how many of the kids wanted to be an author when they grew up. Out of about 120, only 1 hand went up. When I finished my talk, I asked again. I'm proud to say, hand on heart, 0 hands went up. Scared that one kid good
— Ross Sayers (@Sayers33) February 1, 2020
Mum just asked what a palindrome is and I told my brother to take this one because I'm still recovering from explaining memes to her last week
— Sid (@HertsSid) February 2, 2020
designer: looks nice but can we move the headers 1px up
developer: its not that we cant its that then i have to put 19px (ugly number) instead of 20px (beautiful number) in the css and that makes me sad
designer: ah absolutely understandable carry on
— laura bananas (@freezydorito) February 2, 2020
Not watching the #SuperBowl. If I wanted to watch 40 minutes entertainment extended over 4 hours I'd have another crack at The Lord Of The Rings.
— Sam Whyte (@SamWhyte) February 2, 2020
And the name of my Peter André themed restaurant?
— Alasdair Beckett-King (@MisterABK) February 3, 2020
woman on the train just clutched her whole foods baguette so tightly when i sat down next to her you’d think i was jean valjean
— taylor garron (@casualafro) January 31, 2020
This is how to deal with spiders😏 pic.twitter.com/XvRzrs4aI6
— Owen (@TheOwenMyers) February 1, 2020
who called it a voicemail and not a boomer-rang
— andrew (@AndrewsNotFunny) February 3, 2020
“No worries if not!” I cry cheerfully to my sobbing family as they sit around my death bed. “No worries if not!” my final breath expelled. “No worries if not!” stands my epitaph. But reader, there were worries.
— Milly Thomas 🌈 (@missmillythomas) February 4, 2020
what if Greta Thunberg is in a kind of Ferris Bueller situation where she just wanted one day off school and it’s spiralled out of control
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) February 5, 2020