You know the drill by now. We love Twitter, we love women, and we love it when women roast men. So here is your weekly haul of hilarious Tweets by women who roast men with zero mercy. And when you've finished with these ones, check out last week's lot in case you missed them.
Some are funny, some are sad, some are funny and sad. The world is a funny and sad place, and the context of dating only raises the stakes. Here's what people said that sometimes worked but mostly didn't work in the moments that counted. Check these out or these if you wanna see more priceless Tinder moments.
Relationship are all about compromise. The give and take... and the trying to understand women, men and why they are so confusing! Maybe these memes will help out... if not, at least we've been laughing out loud saying "So True!" Use it as a litmus test for how you line up with others and their quirks. Sometimes things you thought were unique aspects of your partner, may be something many others know and talk about. You'll never know until you see for yourself.
But if you want to delve deeper into the mysteries of intimacy, then these spicy relationship memes, or these, will be a great place to start. Or just check out what it's like to be in a committed partnership in this day and age with these real life relationship memes that are often too relatable.
Keeping a relationship fresh is important. It entails commitment, passion, and a lot of hard work. But one crucial thing it also requires is a great sense of humor and not just from the men. These wives and girlfriends have definitely got what it takes to keep their husbands and boyfriends on their toes with practical jokes and great gags. Scroll through and be prepared to laugh out loud.
Rapper Future is no stranger to the meme game. He's been the star of many a mocking relationship-centric meme since "Future Sending Exes Texts" came onto the scene around Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, instead of making a mockery of ex-boyfriends, this meme seems to wag a finger at promiscuous women. The tweets feature the text "She belongs to the streets," which was popularized by Future - and many of the meme creators seem to acknowledge their misogynistic nature by labeling the rapper's tome as the "Book of Misogyny." We're hoping the people who retweet the memes are aware of the slightly problematic message - and hope women know it's okay to run free. We all know that dudes see no qualms about it.
With or without hair, with extremely dark skin or a unique look as a result of rare disease, these amazing women have managed to glow all over social media platforms and to challenge traditional beauty standards. During this year, these women have documented their journey for self love and didn't let their unique look to make them feel less confident.
We're not ones to play into stereotypes, but they're pretty hard to avoid. Especially on sites like Twitter. Even well-meaning observational tweets can come off as obnoxious political and gendered takes. Comedian Lane Moore started this meme with a tweet about how women put a ton of work into their appearance, while men are more likely to take the three-in-one body wash route. The tweet quickly took off, inspiring other funny Twitter folk to make their own versions. As you'll see below, the joke has kinda spiraled out of control.