Relationships are, at their core, funny. It’s amusing to co-habitate with another human. To learn their likes and dislikes and quirks, the things that are endearing and the things that drive you mad.
Even better is getting a peek behind the curtain of other people’s relationships, which is one reason we love these 13 tweets so much.
13. It’s funny because it’s true.
Come on, men, even you think it’s funny.
guys will stand 5’8” from you and call it 6 feet
— 朱華敏 (@andrealongchu) April 4, 2020
12. It’s time to stand up to the man.
And stand up for the March sisters. Jo demands it.
Boyfriend hasn’t been “in the mood” for Little Women for a month of quarantine and now there is a 10 part Michael Jordan documentary coming out and I am supposed to just fall into line?
— Lael O'Shaughnessy (@laeloshag) April 16, 2020
11. It’s good to do one last check in.
A chicken exit before there’s an audience.
Me to my fiancé the night before our wedding: “we still on for tomorrow?”
— becalicious (@Queen_Beca) April 18, 2020
10. Those were…not the things I expected him to say.
You know you weren’t either.
Literally like a week before this quarantine my boyfriend said “you know what makes me the happiest. Two things. I’m a simple guy. I just love getting haircuts and going to the gym. Those make me happy” and if you are wondering how he’s doing right now
— Teddy (@itsmeheythere) April 20, 2020
9. Well, if it worked once…
I’m just saying. Don’t work so hard.
Oh my god y’all this guy i used to talk to made me a playlist like a year ago called “for syd” and i have had it saved to my spotify library since and i just saw it for the first time in months and it’s called “for bailey”
— bimbo mitski (@discotits69) April 13, 2020
8. They should be working hard all of the time I guess.
But also yes their fun is sort of also like middle schools being fun.
men having fun is a red flag to me. female trait
— becca (@girrlpuppy) April 15, 2020
7. Straight men really need to make more of an effort.
Especially when sex is involved.
some of my best writing has been wasted on sexts to men whose best reply was, "is that so?"
— Lara Parker (@laraeparker) April 27, 2020
6. This is an absolutely amazing story.
I want to be friends with this totally awkward beauty.
omg when i was 16 i had a crush on this boy who was known for having sex w like every girl he hung out with and he kept asking me to hang out but i didn’t want that so i snapchatted him a video of me lip syncing we don’t have to take our clothes off by ella eyre and he blocked me
— Kennedy Walsh (@_kennedywalsh) April 27, 2020
5. No one sees a problem with this.
Not even the tax man.
Any woman consensually making a dollar off of men being horny is a queen in my book
— fo (@f0lake) April 11, 2020
4. I guess that’s my choice, yeah?
So mind ya business.
goodnight ladies remember to die before telling a man how you feel about them
— niggaless cage (@2sandz) April 10, 2020
3. There’s a good chance their recommendations aren’t the best.
I’m sorry, it’s true.
boys can recommend whatever movies they want to recommend, I’m going to smile and nod then watch my own Instagram story instead
— Audrey Kaufman (@KaufmanAudrey) April 25, 2020
2. Honesty is the best policy.
If you ask, you pay seems like a good practice to me.
if im going on a date i think regardless of gender, the other person should pay. this is rooted in the fact that i don’t want to pay
— ok (@local__celeb) May 24, 2020
1. John Mulaney is the best.
He hits all the nails on the head.
Trying to start up a conversation with your significant other after 500+ hours of quarantine: pic.twitter.com/aNEw1IfrHZ
— Corrine. (@dowlinguido) April 16, 2020
Humans are so cute when they’re trying, don’t you think?
What’s the funniest thing you’ve learned about your partner since you moved in together? We want to hear it in the comments!