Is there really anything better than a funny tweet? Here are WhoHaha we love them and cherish them. Here are last week’s funniest tweets for your viewing pleasure.
“Will there be a photo booth?” “Yes!” “Then, no, I can’t make it.”
— erin whitehead (@girlwithatail) December 18, 2015
Sorry, just speaking truth.
I don’t think everyone’s out to get me; I know that I am out to get me and that’s scary enough. — Anne Lane (@AnnieLLane) December 18, 2015
This tweet is almost too real.
No I’m not picking my nose, I just got a bunch of nail polish in there I can see how you were mistaken — Beth Alexandroff (@bethalexandroff) December 18, 2015
“I know this looks bad, but trust me on this!”
Me: “I’m cold.” Myself: “I don’t want to get up and walk to the heater.” I: “let’s tweet about it.” — erin whitehead (@girlwithatail) December 18, 2015
Standard sequence of events.
more workplaces should just hire a beautiful man who never speaks instead of hanging up generic art — vampire workday (@imbobswaget) December 18, 2015
YEP, we’re on board.
When white guys in comedy call themselves ‘comediennes’ I can tell right away that they’re hilarious. What a hoot. Regular laugh riot. — Brittani Nichols (@BisHilarious) December 18, 2015
WE LOVE WHEN GUYS TRY TO BE FUNNY, SO FUN.
“Today’s the day. Just do it.” -me every time I’m asked to ‘annouce’ myself in a conference call and consider making a trumpet noise — Julieanne Smolinski (@BoobsRadley) December 18, 2015
Everyone has their dreams.
I currently have 7 half-empty water glasses by my bed which is ultimately why I will die alone. — Courtney Pauroso (@courtneypauroso) December 18, 2015
Water glasses > significant others.
I’m only afraid of two things in life. Snakes and anyone who wants a Pandora charm bracelet from Jared. — Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) December 18, 2015
If I was a guy, I can guarantee you that as soon as I was left alone in a room, I’d rub my dick on everything while saying, “Mine.” — Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) December 15, 2015
This is a fantasy all women have, yeah?
what’s the etiquette on asking the host of a Christmas party if you can bring laundry over? — Anne Lane (@AnnieLLane) December 17, 2015
Honestly, this should just be accepted by this point. If you have a washer and dryer in your home, you should just offer free services.
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