You know what I’m feelin’ today? I’m feelin’ the need for some tweets. Tweets that, in turn, make me feel some sort of way. Because even though they’re short and punchy and usually pretty ridiculous, these tiny collections of text still have the power to give us all sorts of feelings.
Take for instance these 13 fine examples, and the feels they stir up.
13. Fear of clowns!
I was already legitimately afraid of these guys, so.
Insane Clown Posse is the obvious answer here https://t.co/J4Mgy29eWg
— ?? Cool Wine Aunt ? (@twirlthat) May 14, 2020
12. Oh so painful…
When are they going to build in those massage things like the chairs at the mall?
I’m at that age where the heated seats in my truck are more about soothing back pain than warming me up.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 24, 2020
11. So envious!
Why does this cat look like it’s about to lecture me on diabeetus?
my girlfriend and i recently started dating. i don’t think my cat has given his approval yet ??? pic.twitter.com/0yRPj9oJJ1
— djbewbz (@djbewbz) April 21, 2020
10. Very concerning
Surely they must know that something is Amish. (Get it? Like “amiss.” I’ll see myself out.)
oh my god….. has anybody told the amish what's going on?? we forgot the amish. HAS ANYONE CHECKED ON THE AMISH
— B L A C K L I V E S M A T T E R✊? (@likethewater_) March 17, 2020
9. So damn hungry
Quit whining and turn this garbage into fuel.
Ugh, my body is so needy. "Give me water", "I need vitamins". How about you stfu and take this Oreo
— brandAn is good (@LeBearGirdle) April 11, 2020
Gotta have a big screen on while I do my small screen time.
Netflix should have a category called
"easy to follow while looking at my
phone the whole time"
— sweet pea (@erisqueaky) February 4, 2019
At what point should we report her for negligence?
DOCTOR: for fuck sake stop letting your kids jump on the bed
MAMA MONKEY: ok
[doctor gets a call at 1 am]
MAMA MONKEY: you’re not gonna believe this
— eli? no. elus ✨ (@jazz_inmypants) July 2, 2019
I can go the very arbitrary distance.
You ever make weird hypotheticals for no reason whatsoever like "if I hit the stop button on the microwave the exact moment before it beeps I will overcome my depression in a year"
— Alprazo Lam (@AlprazolamBitch) September 11, 2019
Focus? In this economy?
everyone in quarantine can have one (1) minute of focus per day, as a treat
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) April 28, 2020
The struggle is misleading.
"i dont struggle with anxiety it actually comes very easy to me"
— 9¾ (@anxious_han) April 21, 2020
I’m way too hangry for your life story, Deborah.
Me: How long should I roast asparagus in the oven?
Food Blogger: Wondering how long to roast asparagus? C’mere! I’ve got your answer!
Me: Cool! Thank-
Food Blogger: I was born on a farm in Tennessee. My father was an angry man with 3 fingers on each hand. A war injury…
— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) May 5, 2020
2. Nostalgia or just a dream?
Like ghosts of the past, calling out to us.
this is such a… deep… deep memory… i almost can’t tell if it’s… real… https://t.co/mGeq4d8kU5
— ryleigh (@kaisalad) May 30, 2018
Who’s laughing now? The hot tub bros, that’s who.
they were so ahead of their time pic.twitter.com/CqvQVGwtuq
— lara asss (@halcyoninhiding) May 9, 2020
So many feelings in such a short time. Reading tweets is a real emotional roller coaster, and frankly I’m not sure that I’m tall enough to keep riding it. Might give it a rest for now, come back later.
In the meantime, where do you go to get the best tweets?
Tell us in the comments.