Not much in life is certain. But at least memes are always here for us in times both good and bad. And they really come through when the boredom hits. See for yourself.
Twitter can be exhausting sometimes having to sift through the same not-so-hot take regurgitated over and over again. Just hand over the good jokes, amiright? We've curated a pretty good selection of hilarious tweets by the comedy novices and experts of Twitter to save you from the scroll fatigue. If you're in the mood to see some witty zingers and silly 280-character stories without wading through the monotony of Twitter, this is the gallery for you.
Twitter's been an absolute nightmare of late between the election, the pandemic, and the unholy areas in which the two intersect. We're sick of the politics, and we're willing to bet that you are, too. To help you enjoy the good parts of Twitter, we've put together some amusing (and often sadly relatable) tweets that will remind you of the good parts of the site. Stay safe out there on the internet, y'all. There's so much to avoid.
It takes a savvy comic mind to pack a quality joke into Twitter's 280 character limit. Not everyone's got the chops. Their one-liners fall flat. Their tweets smack of try-hard desperation. Not these tweetsmiths. These writers and shillers of amusing observations have managed to find that harmonious sweet spot of humor and brevity.
With all the chaos going on in the world, Twitter can be especially exhausting these days. It's like an endless river of bitterness and anger. But once in a while, if you manage to escape the current and rest along the bank, you can come across a heartwarming picture of a cat, or a dumb dad joke, or that clever quip you wish you'd thought of first. We can't get enough of those funny tweets that don't demand a lot brain energy. Hopefully this compilation of Twitter winners will fill your day with good vibes.
Some of our favorite memes imagine situations in which arguably normal sh*t is met with an absurd and humorous response. This new Twitter meme definitely falls into that category. Since last week, Twitter users have been imagining what would happen if their cards were declined at therapy, or (even worse) during surgery. The responses, which are generally outlandish, make for some solid comedy and just a few nightmarish scenarios. Here are our favorites.
While the King of the Hill finale aired in 2010, thanks to internet streaming we're still able to enjoy the antics of our favorite grill-happy Texans. Even better? Many fans of Hank Hill are constantly hard at work churning out dank and dumb memes dedicated to the the show. These mashups and funny moments are pretty ample proof of that.
Want to entertain yourself with funny Twitter tidbits? Afraid of logging on because of...well, most people who tweet? We've got you covered. This batch of freshly harvested tweetsoffers all the humor without having to expose yourself to the stupid people and political fanatics on the website. You're safe here.
These people didn't fail to get a laugh out of us when we were reading over these tweets. This truly is some Twitter comedy gold. The only unfortunate thing is the limit of characters. Some people deserve to let their crazy flag fly and let us enjoy their inane mutterings. So Cofefe your way through the day with these amazing funny tweets.
It's important to be able to share things with your partner, whether you've just started dating or have been coupled for what feels like an eternity. This means sharing hopes, dreams, fears, and most importantly, sexy relationship memes. These particular specimens range from sappy relationship memes to savagely relatable relationship memes and they're sure to make your significant other or crush smile, laugh, or feel personally attacked. All good options. Oh, and one more list.
Parks and Rec has been off the air for five years now, but that doesn't mean it's not still very much in our hearts. If you'd like to jog your memory of the show, then have some of the best memes and moments from it below! And click here for even more P&R material! Now if only the show would do a reboot...
Comedy writer @Keatonpatti tweeted the first page of a supposed "bot written" script of Guy Fieri's famous show. We're pretty sure there isn't even 1000 hours of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives in existence, but the script is still pretty funny. To see the also hilarious Olive Garden version, click here.