…or, “cookies”, as they’re more commonly known pic.twitter.com/uPEtNqCnE2— alex hern (@alexhern) October 8, 2021
I like that Facebook is ending this epic week by saying “By the way, you can no longer sell the Amazon rainforest on Marketplace.” Just really wrapping it all up with a bow https://t.co/2apNrXR3Pb— Casey Newton (@CaseyNewton) October 8, 2021
Real money shot quote here.— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) October 8, 2021
"Two men rescued after 29 days lost at sea surviving on oranges they’d packed, coconuts from the sea and rainwater they collected"
my friend has made a troubling discovery pic.twitter.com/3HOBBPxsWK— 'Fraidy Bleedlich (@katietiedrich) October 7, 2021
How to save writers and editors a lot of hassle: No one whose name ends in -s should be allowed to own anything.— Dennis Roy Baron (@DrGrammar) September 28, 2021
S10E15, 'The Bad Art Friend': George donates a kidney but is frustrated when no-one acknowledges it. Elaine finds unexpected writing success with a story about a short bald man donating a kidney.— SpookymanXIX (@SimonXIX) October 6, 2021
“bad art friend,” the phrase itself, is a genuine contribution to our culture, almost a poem. The appended tale is woeful in so many ways, perhaps best ignored, but the actual formulation “bad art friend” will ring through the ages.— Seth Perlow (@seth_perlow) October 8, 2021
This is lacrosse's great gift to the world: the most amazing collection of names ever assembled. pic.twitter.com/RKUGXFkJTr— Berny Belvedere (@bernybelvedere) September 27, 2021
Mole removal: $223— Midge (@mxmclain) September 28, 2021
Crying: extra pic.twitter.com/4FpC3w0cXu
If doctors were really empathetic they would wear backless gowns too— Midge (@mxmclain) September 22, 2021
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