Got some little windmills to try to dissuade Ruby and the neighbourhood cats from eating our veg. Not gone down well.@rhubarbfourpaws pic.twitter.com/A9FfP2DaVc— Samuel Pollen (@samuel_pollen) April 18, 2020
DOROTHY: oh no my house killed someone!— Jill la Jill (@JillianKarger) April 17, 2020
GLINDA: it's ok, she sucked
DOROTHY: who are you
GLINDA: i'm a good witch
DOROTHY: ...are you sure
GLINDA: yep. now let's steal that dead bitch's shoes
"Pizza Hut used to be a fairly nice sit down restaurant" is my generations version of "this all used to be farmland as far as the eye can see."— Joseph Christ (@TheJosephChrist) April 14, 2020
There is one thing in life that all our skills and work align us towards, as the greatest ever in human history.— SwiftOnSecurity (@SwiftOnSecurity) April 18, 2020
For me, that’s naming books.
Give me your book idea and I’ll tell you the name.
Thief of Whispers— SwiftOnSecurity (@SwiftOnSecurity) April 18, 2020
Part of being GenX is that you don't have photographs from when you were aged 20.— OK Zoomer (@monkchips) April 16, 2020
I love all the messages to Mikayla Pivek making the picture vibrate on the phone she is using for video pic.twitter.com/RRJn6jXZ6U— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 18, 2020
“When should we open up America and get back to work?”— Jason Gay (@jasongay) April 18, 2020
Debated by the only two opinions that matter:
CATS and DOGS
For @WSJ:https://t.co/QcI0BDyouz pic.twitter.com/8aLchPhTtJ
i’ve watched this at least a dozen times and it just keeps getting funnier pic.twitter.com/HcvcTDKkXG— Sam Corbin (@ahoysamantha) April 17, 2020
2 years ago today when my brother got a job for turbo tax in 7th grade 😂 pic.twitter.com/EiaL81fYf0— p (@paydaybryse) April 16, 2020
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