Okay, everyone, we’ve entered December and if your house does not look like the home of Buddy the Elf it’s officially time to switch to panic mode. You might not believe it but trust us, the following 23 days are going to fly by like snowflakes at the North Pole, and before you can blink it’s December 24 and you have to marry Jeff Bezos to make sure your presents are shipped in time. Luckily for you, we already finished the presents hunting, so here are the best Tweets from today. Enjoy!
Why did I bother re-downloading this trash app! pic.twitter.com/BZ0WoG7uSZ
— GustavHoHoHo ❄️🎄☃️ (@GEBP1988) November 29, 2020
Why do I support cancelling student loan debt for 45 million students? Because we canceled trillions in taxes for 600 billionaires. That’s why.
— Scott Huffman (@HuffmanForNC) November 28, 2020
Shot, chaser pic.twitter.com/zPvuGBoE2k
— Miranda Yaver (@mirandayaver) December 1, 2020
If your preacher tells you to attend church in person during a pandemic, he’s not real preacher and that’s not a real church.
— Palmer Report (@PalmerReport) November 30, 2020
Thank you corporation very cool pic.twitter.com/VuFtTL0HPE
— Hey what the fuck is Manifest Gang bruh?? (@Bass_Buny) November 30, 2020
My 7yo wrote her letter to Santa but before she listed the gifts she wanted she wrote, “Btw, how’s Mrs. Claus?” and I’m pretty sure she’s gonna turn out okay.
— SpacedMom (@copymama) November 28, 2020
High school is really a bizarre experience in retrospect. Would start your morning at 8am with a honey bun and an orange soda and then would learn about the Pythagorean theorem, read Robert Frost and then go run a mile all in a span of 3 hours.
— 🎄 America is musty 🎄 (@DragonflyJonez) November 28, 2020
— KJL With Baubles 🎄 (@kerryjeanlister) November 30, 2020
I’m so sick and tired of the absolute WORST people using Bible verses to camouflage how awful they are.
I call them Hypochristians.
— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) November 29, 2020
My dad died in ’88 when I was 5. He gave my grandma this screw driver kit in ’70 when he was 10 that he bought with his own money. Said she needed tools too. She kept it all these years to use around the house and decided to give it to me earlier this year. 😭 pic.twitter.com/f7jvrPcRmf
— Dadman Walking (@dadmann_walking) November 26, 2020