On November 26, the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. A family festival, where it is customary to come together and eat in a large group of people. However, this could be difficult this year in the face of the pandemic. Hence our suggestion: Plan an online thanksgiving and read funny tweets while eating! We have enough material for this! Stay home! Stay safe!
every day I think about the girl who thought everyone could “hear the universe’s energy” and it turned out she just had tinnitus, I hope she’s doing well
— casey 🖤🍂 (@caseygripps) November 13, 2020
Customer service workers what is the complaint that broke you?
I’m 18, Red Robin host, Mother’s Day 10 min after open. Only 1 section open, I seat 3 families. Instantly cussed out hard bc I ruined Karen in white jeans Mother’s Day bc they could see other people from their table
— Kels🖤 (@Keally22) November 14, 2020
If you’re not happy single, you won’t be happy in a relationship. True happiness comes from making bizarre impulse purchases online, not from another person.
— Roxi Horror 💀🌸 (@roxiqt) November 15, 2020
Pacifist? No, I think all oceans are beautiful
— Indy 🐧 (@IndecisiveJones) November 14, 2020
this is gonna be the most deadly thanksgiving since the very first thanksgiving
— first-mate prance (@bocxtop) November 14, 2020
If you seriously believe that this vaccine is just the government planting a chip into your arm you have the mental capacity of a fucking slug no offence like
— Georgia (@GeorgiaWood_x) November 14, 2020
every For Him gift guide is just like “have you considered sock?? what about TOOL??“
— nikki “cute trash” black (@nikkiblackcat) November 14, 2020
bitches wanna buy their boyfriends the latest consoles but when was the last time he CONSOLED you? ps 5 years ago
— cal? (@cal_gif) November 14, 2020
Once again I have performed a task that took five minutes after putting it off for seven months. The lesson: 200 days of procrastination is the key to productivity.
— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) November 14, 2020
I mean… is anyone really surprised that Donald Trump is trying to force himself on us even after we said no?
— Santiago Mayer (@santiagomayer_) November 14, 2020