People are diverse by nature, we come from different backgrounds, have different tastes, etc. However, there are some things that we can all relate to on a deep spiritual level.
Like, say, the feeling of complete horror when someone decides to leave you a voicemail instead of texting or the shame of dropping your phone on your face while laying in bed. We’ve all been there and each of these hilarious tweets is a reminder that we’re not so different after all.
Me, in hell: I was told there would be a “special” place for me?
— Alice Wetterlund (@alicewetterlund) February 25, 2019
i havent fully stopped at a stop sign since i was born
— emma (@emmachamberlain) February 26, 2019
i’ll be laying next to my charger watching my phone die https://t.co/gtu3BDKsD7
— nick (@nickccerino) February 24, 2019
is my baby fat ever gonna leave or did it just turn into fat fat?
— queen quen (@quenblackwell) February 21, 2019
your airport outfit is very important I don’t care what anyone says
— Shafeeq (@Y2SHAF) February 21, 2019
when u drop ur charger down the side of the bed in the dark pic.twitter.com/BzBYYc5aGV
— R U B Y ♡ R Ø S E (@rubexcubex) February 18, 2019
Getting touched during heads up seven up was the last time i felt something
— Jens (@excesstential) February 20, 2019
Does anyone actually know what you're suppose to do when people are singing happy birthday to you
— Kyle (@kkunta__) February 18, 2019
everytime the law & order theme song comes on pic.twitter.com/2Lg5fVrsUE
— Lord Demetrius of House Stark (@DemetriusHarmon) February 19, 2019
I hate when my friends think they’re ugly, like why would I be friends with an ugly bitch ????
— ∗⁎ପadriଓ˖* (@alm1ghtyadri) February 17, 2019
Sitting on my parents bed for 20 mins before I ask them if I can hangout with friends because I was scared that they would say no https://t.co/xj1xxdCSIH
— Alex (@ABlannar) February 17, 2019
them: "it starts at 5"
me in my head: it's starts at 5 but i gotta be there by 4, so i have to leave the house at 3, so i have to start getting ready at 1, so i have to wake up at 11
— anthony (@xforcades4) February 17, 2019
Yeah I’m DTF
The best I can and
Fucking it up anyway
— Shenanigans (@Shenanigans_luv) February 16, 2019
Remember how in EASY A Emma Stone's parents were Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson and all anyone wanted was a saucy bedroom romp about THEM or maybe that was just me?
— Sarah Marshall (@Remember_Sarah) February 14, 2019
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you don’t hate /
Nickelback / |
you just do /____|
as your /
— Edgar Momplaisir (@edgarmomplaisir) February 13, 2019
I feel like a lot of people are 23 for many many years and then suddenly they are 30 does this make sense?
— Rachel Wenitsky (@RachelWenitsky) February 13, 2019
if you choose a table over a booth I can’t trust you
— gaddy ☘️ (@gaddy_alex) February 11, 2019
Me showing my therapist my inner demons for the first time. pic.twitter.com/x34BA2cvBF
— Thatguy Chris D (@thatguyCD) February 6, 2019
When you’re on a roller coaster and you know the camera is coming up pic.twitter.com/6eqjK4yp4F
— Dalys (@dalysluna) February 10, 2019
YOU MISSPELLED ONE WORD ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND HERE COME AKEELAH AND THE BEE
— Torrence De los Santos (@Istrutt_) February 9, 2019
Today I had 800 mg of caffeine, exercised for 2 hours, ate literally 80 pizza rolls, and did a facemask. The line between self care and self destruction is a fine one but god do I walk it hard brother
— Alec (@aIecrl) February 7, 2019
me: *gets in uber*
uber driver: hey
me: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
— anthony (@xforcades4) February 7, 2019
Netflix should have a category called
"easy to follow while looking at my
phone the whole time"
— Bubz (@whiteboybubz) February 6, 2019
Adulthood is just saying “if I can just get through this week” over and over again until you die.
— Amy Who? (@amywhodigital) February 6, 2019
I'm a huge fan of that post-laundry feeling when you've got all your A-list clothes back in the game
— Kyle (@kkunta__) February 3, 2019
Some of you were never the third friend that had to walk behind when the sidewalk is too narrow and it shows
— laura (@lauravryder) January 1, 2019
The “Netflix and chill” phrase was created when Netflix was trash. Now tho? You betta get the hell off me! This Netflix exclusive starting to heat up!
— GoHomeRoger (@g_dynamo) January 27, 2019
My “ehh.. I get paid again soon” attitude really gets me and my bank account in trouble
— Persian (@persianthoughtz) February 25, 2019
TIERS OF FRIENDSHIP
4- we hang out
3- we can travel together
2- I would take a bullet for you
1- I will speak to you on phone
— emery lord (@emerylord) March 20, 2017
I’m just a girl
Sitting in front of a computer
Holding a phone
Which is open to the same website as the computer I’m sitting in front of.
— Allison Tolman (@Allison_Tolman) May 24, 2018
It's okay password, I'm insecure too.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) November 20, 2014
Are we all ready to admit that "don't tell ANYONE" means you can tell exactly one person
— Brittani Nichols (@BisHilarious) January 9, 2016
does anyone remember when lol meant “laughing out loud” instead of “this is to indicate that this brief text isnt hostile”
— common sad girl (@sadgirlkms) February 19, 2018
why didn’t anyone tell me that your perpetual state of existence after the age of 27 is just “tired”
— Kristin Harris (@KristinHarris) July 24, 2018