Humanity should be the motto for this year 2020. We are making a great effort today with our Daily to support this. We have a good portion of humanity, kindness and sympathy for you today. Of course, the usual humour for which you love us for is also included. Nevertheless, we’re thinking that it is not bad to draw attention to the small positive things in life at times. On that note, have a nice day!
Once in college this guy was like 'is it ok to do laundry if you don't have enough for a full load?' So I showed him the 'small' setting on the washer and he started it up, added soap and then a single pair of socks
— Jeb (@LlamaInaTux) January 8, 2020
My toxic trait is that the barista of the Starbucks I go to thinks she remembers my order and gives me the wrong thing every day but she gets so excited and happy she remembers so I don’t correct her and just drink it
— 1984’s George Whorewell (@EwdatsGROSS) January 8, 2020
my favorite part about having a job is being too busy to eat during the day and then eating 5000 calories when i get home
— Laurazepam (@andlikelaura) January 8, 2020
one time i told my sister that i had a peanut butter problem wherein i physically could not stop eating peanut butter so she bought me the largest jar available and an engraved spoon that said "peanut butter bitch" to this day i have never felt more seen
— Matt. (@MattTheBrand) January 8, 2020
I was in a traffic accident today
It was lousy, but then something happened:
The other driver smiled and chatted
Insurance folks were friendly
And the policeman even offered to get me a COFFEE while I waited to be towed.
People were kind
And that makes everything better.
— Richard Dean (@dad_on_my_feet) January 9, 2020
um if all this is true then Meghan Markle got away from her toxic family, toxic friends, & helped Harry realize his family is toxic to him/her & he was like "i love you let's make our own life without people who make us feel shitty" honestly this is the love story we need in 2020 pic.twitter.com/DuNcduUH8V
— Lane Moore (@hellolanemoore) January 8, 2020
if you showed a person in 2010 even a tiny dose of today's content it would cause irreparable brain damage
— Miles Klee (@MilesKlee) January 8, 2020
[trying to impress fiancée's entire family at dinner]
waiter: here's the check whenever you're ready-
me: oh i'll get it! [reads bill and spits out wine] WHO ORDERED THE "SUBTOTAL"?!?
— Terry F (@daemonic3) January 9, 2020
Sorry if this is too controversial but it's actually bad if a person dies needlessly even if they are not American.
— Nat Towsen (@NatTowsen) January 8, 2020
I never felt more betrayed by adults as a kid than the first time I tried a piece of dark chocolate.
— Boyd's Backyard™ (@TheBoydP) January 8, 2020