Twitter is a San Francisco website created in 2006 where you can write anything 280 characters at a time and boy, do people make the most of that. Life updates, insights on current events, jokes and opinions about pop culture, political views and handy tips are all things that get posted on the site.
The thing that Twitter doesn’t get nearly enough credit for are the posts of profound truth. These gem tweets by people from all over the world come out of seemingly nowhere to tell us how it really is. Take a look below and see just how relatable they may be for you.
Never thought of it that way but yeah, good point.
Any excessive exercise really.
Hold on! *Takes down notes*
Signs like that come off passive aggressive and it makes no sense.
Single and ready to mingle… as long as I don’t have to leave the comfort of my home.
It’s ridiculous how satisfying having specific clothes clean really is.
To cancel plans and catch up on all those shows on Netflix I’m missing.
Every time without fail.
I have done this way too many times than I’d like to admit.
Travel is brilliant but nothing beats doing this in an airport.
Every night without fail…. or just any social gathering with more than 3 people. It’s harder than most people think.
IKEA (and stores like it) are never not the best.
“Look at all the things I cannot afford.”
Coffee is love. Coffee is life.
I saw the last one in person and it is never not going to amaze me.
No better feeling than knowing you can have more sleep.
Taxi and Uber rides are made 100% more embarrassing with your mates sitting in the back.
hmmm. Yeah, that does get said a lot.
Any long snap stories can get out of here. No one has time for that.
“No more noise. Please no more noise.”
The only rational response.
More businesses in general need services like this. Doggos for all.
Saturdays are still the best day of the weekend. Never been more relaxed than I am on a Saturday.
The dreams with cameos from people I haven’t seen in 6 are always the weirdest.
When someone invites me to a social event after the busiest week of my life.