Introducing an extra spooky edition of the WhoHaha tweet roundup!
Just kidding, the only spooky thing about these tweets is how scary funny they are! Like how do these women do it? How do they be this funny? All we know is, we’ll be re-tweeting these til Monday morning.
me: I think I love u, lol
him: why did u add lol
me: did I? lmao
— Dani Fernandez (@msdanifernandez) April 13, 2018
Between Leggo my Eggo, Lucky Charms, the Trix Rabbit, and the wolf of Cookie Crisp, the message from breakfast companies is clear: wake up and be immediately scared of theft
— Heather Anne Campbell (@heathercampbell) April 13, 2018
Well, definitely not Women’s Studies. https://t.co/Y5ZRwnWyli
— erin whitehead (@girlwithatail) April 9, 2018
Can this girl I haven’t talked to since high school’s new husband please take his Instagram off private.
— SydSteinberg (@thesteinberglar) April 9, 2018
Me any time I’m tagged in a friend’s photo. pic.twitter.com/h3djIyjoXH
— Bess Kalb (@bessbell) April 13, 2018
welcome to my gender reveal party. my reveal is that gender is a construct. also im not pregnant. i will be keeping your gifts. please leave my home.
— jamie loftus (@jamieloftusHELP) April 8, 2018
my only four moods pic.twitter.com/rZ3JsX60FR
— Jennaclaire (@jennaaclaire) April 5, 2018
I love dogs because they also often don’t trust strange men
— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) April 10, 2018
Thank you, Mom, for teaching me how to read and how to be a fan, and also teaching me how to hold a 35-year grudge. 💞 pic.twitter.com/VeKEzlK57q
— Maris Kreizman (@mariskreizman) April 12, 2018
— Dened Rey (@Hajabeg) April 10, 2018
Tom from MySpace knew when to call it quits and now is just a simple millionaire who travels the world with his hot girlfriend.
— Alison Stevenson (@JustAboutGlad) April 11, 2018
I need people on twitter to stop telling me to “let that sink in.” I get it, it’s bad. It’s sunk in, it’s in my pores, I’m in the sink-in place!
— Naomi Ekperigin (@Blacktress) April 10, 2018
not to brag but this bird just proposed to me pic.twitter.com/ou2sqVbeBD
— Karen Kilgariff (@KarenKilgariff) April 11, 2018
imagine joining a non-sex cult then discovering sex cults exist
— Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) April 10, 2018
Someone just asked me what dating in LA is like and I told them that the last guy I asked out said yes but then never set a date and then six months later asked me to do his podcast AND THAT MY FRIENDS IS WHAT DATING IN LA IS LIKE
— Marcella Arguello (@marcellacomedy) April 12, 2018