Friday, September 12, 2014

Tweets of the Week: The Giggle-licious Edition

If laughter is the best medicine, Twitter definitely took its vitamins this week. Below are some of the most giggle inducing tweets of the week. 

On the announcement of the new royal baby: 

@HonestToddler First Daniel Tiger, now the Royal Infant? If these things really do happen in threes I wonder who's next.

@HonestToddler: Don't cry Georgia. If royal siblings are anything like Frozen it means you get to break the law & it's their job to get the charges dropped.

@HonestToddler George, should that infant come to you talking about do you want to build a snowman, just say no. I've seen this before

@honestToddler: I would keep an eye on that shifty uncle though. With another stumbling block between him and the throne he's more dangerous now than ever.

@HonestToddler George, at the end of the day, you're going to be king. If that new infant doesn't obey you it's treason.

@honestToddler Maybe you'll have to share some toys <whisper> *pulls you close* But the kingdom is yours* </whisper>

And since we're talking of things that are English:

@PearlRMeaker The roundest knight at King Arthur's round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi.

And it case you missed it, Apple announced a new watch device. 

@TheEllenShow So excited for the Apple Watch. For centuries, we've checked the time by looking at our phones. Having it on your wrist? Genius.

And sometimes things are just funny. 

@StephenAtHome If i become Dalai Lama, expect lots of changes to Buddhism. First and foremost, more Jesus.

@shutupmikeginn We get it poets: things are like other things.

@MrGeorgeWallace Why do football players only dance when good *stuff* happens? Just once I wanna see a QB throw an interception & do a sad interpretive dance.

 And after all the giggling, I have to get back to writing.

@noveldoctor I hide myself in the stories I write and find myself in other people's stories. I think this proves the existance of wormholes

@advicetowriters A line of dialogue is not clear enough if you need to explain hows it's said.  Elmore Leonard

What's the best joke you've heard this week? 

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