28 of the funniest tweets you might've missed in January
It's been another strong month on Twitter. It always is.
Amidst a sea of deplorable tweets from the man that is now officially the leader of the free world, Twitter users still somehow managed to retain their sense of humour and provide us all with some very solid lols this month.
Topics covered in January include Trivial Pursuit, Salt Bae, animal cyber bullying, Starbucks vacancies and the official name for large quantities of parmesan.
Here are 28 of the funniest tweets you might've scrolled past this month.
Life has gone downhill for postman pat and his cat pic.twitter.com/lq7wV5s15t
— Connor McLaughlin (@_ConnorM) January 1, 2017
WHAT DO WE WANT?
WHEN DO W
— d i v e r s i o n (@Diversion50) January 1, 2017
DATE: You OK?
ME: Yeah, sure.
DATE: You seem a bit distracted, what are you thinking about?
MY BRAIN: pic.twitter.com/DnAxL8Y6Fo
— Brian Lloyd (@BrianMLloyd) January 1, 2017
I could write jokes for 1000 years and never create a sentence funnier than this pic.twitter.com/JCor0vD0oR
— Zack Bornstein (@ZackBornstein) January 2, 2017
he was ahead of his time pic.twitter.com/iQNVouihCN
— Josh (@shatterfront) January 2, 2017
priest: let us offer each other the sign of peace
crush: peace be with you
me: pls be with me
— ida ? (@idasiasoco) January 3, 2017
Trivial Pursuit makers change all mentions of "km" to "kilometres" as a universal find and change. Can't see what could go wrong there. pic.twitter.com/956hYeJw3B
— John Lewis (@JohnELewis) January 3, 2017
Steve McFadden aka Phil Mitchell enjoying the sea life at National Sea Life Centre Birmingham. pic.twitter.com/bea6yyALuw
— Birmingham Updates (@BhamUpdates) January 4, 2017
There should be a friendly horn sound in cars so u can be like boop thank u friend
— Legend of Chelda (@legendofchelda) January 7, 2017
When someone says "you all" instead of "yall" when addressing a group of people pic.twitter.com/pyzV5a6bsL
— Shaedy (@Shaeebutter) January 11, 2017
Fred flintstone been driving about killie pic.twitter.com/PJbkAvV3gN
— Nick (@WheresMaJaiket) January 12, 2017
who is cyber bullying my son pic.twitter.com/TKapZwHhnN
— heaviside (@estrellitaxvx) January 12, 2017
Me: that is hilarious
Me: wait, bread or dead?
Date: how would my parents be bread?
— David Hughes (@david8hughes) January 14, 2017
Not really how I imagined the second coming pic.twitter.com/dFQe1AlD5l
— ㅤ (@Sturrfridge) January 14, 2017
Looks like Kate decided to deal with cracks in her foundation. pic.twitter.com/5b7v7N9y4G
— Ellen Rose (@icklenellierose) January 15, 2017
How poetry is it? pic.twitter.com/hTpiFwzmBR
— Parker Higgins (@xor) January 17, 2017
Not a single engagement picture I've seen in the last two years has moved me as much as this photo of two Komodo dragons on a date. pic.twitter.com/B7C7ORhHY4
— Kate Cunningham (@KateLCunningham) January 17, 2017
Starbucks is hiring squid popes. pic.twitter.com/DfTs2Ku1xA
— Daniel Ralston (@danielralston) January 17, 2017
It's already been deleted but this tweet should go into the MOMA pic.twitter.com/VT0teXsCoP
— bella vita (@drugproblem) January 18, 2017
— Summer Ray (@SummerRay) January 18, 2017
BREAKING: Donald Trump vacates position as US President after 100 students protest in Leeds City Centre
— Joe Hartford (@JoeH_96) January 20, 2017
Creepy as fuck stock footage from Getty Images here. pic.twitter.com/rarfxFPHgT
— Luke Massey (@luke_mas) January 22, 2017
WHY GIVE IT A TWELVE STAR REVIEW IF IT'S BROKEN pic.twitter.com/99dvvbe2Nc
— Louise O'Connor (@oconnola) January 23, 2017
Guy 1: OK. Nail polish on the hand means it's a woman.
Guy 2: You can't see the other hand's nails. How do we make it clear that it's a man? pic.twitter.com/wuCHuLWgQQ
— Conor Smith (@conorsmith) January 25, 2017
"Would you like a tea? Coffee?
..... Or something stronger?" [winks] pic.twitter.com/T78pJz4tIP
— Rebecca Keane (@rbcakn) January 26, 2017
A group of 24,601 bottles of parmesan cheese is called a Parmesan Valjean
— Abam Droud (@AdamBroud) January 26, 2017
— enmet (@emmetbroaders) January 30, 2017
Episode 5 of our brand new podcast The Capital B has arrived!
This week's pod includes:
- The Irish video game maker, Bobby Healy, who made millions in Mexico before anyone heard of the internet and how being Irish is like being a global credit card;
- 25-year-old Carlow man Illann Power, talks getting kicked out of school for selling chocolate bars, moving to New York and selling his whiskey company for €40 million;
- Sarah, the baked bean expert of coolbeans, talks farts and why putting 'vegan' on a brand means it definitely won't sell.
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