Sunday is Funday!?? Whoever said that must have been a lucky rich man or just a badass without fears. We’re talking about tomorrow, right? Just to be clear. It’s okay to hate Monday. It’s okay to be sad when the weekend is gone. And it’s okay when you don’t feel anything at all and just concentrate on breathing. Our twitter gems will make it easy for you, to stop thinking about tomorrow and live for today. Enjoy!
"you shouldn't wish death on anyone!" damn wish y'all had that energy when people were talking about 'acceptable losses' to keep the economy going
— ryn ; (@cuttleboned) October 2, 2020
Horror movie boyfriends are like “you’ve been such a bitch ever since your mom died yesterday 😒”
— Colin Young (@ColinYovng) October 3, 2020
The President is going to show us how easy it is to beat this disease and all you need is a private helicopter, 12 of the best doctors in the world, and every single drug available at a moment's notice.
— Adam Burke (@atpburke) October 3, 2020
Morning skinny hitting a little different today pic.twitter.com/95v5QAL6jt
— sagiterrorist (@genesis_idkk) October 2, 2020
Being an elder millennial is having committed your childhood best friend's landline to memory but not your current partner's cell phone.
— Joshua Eaton (@joshua_eaton) October 3, 2020
Just to recap: a billionaire is getting free publicly-funded health care so he can stay on the job and sue to block low-income people from getting publicly-funded health care paid for by billionaires.
— Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) October 3, 2020
having a Legal Name implies the existence of a better, sexier Illegal Name
— sainsburys asmr (@fishpilgrim) October 3, 2020
we had a perfectly nice planet we could have just hung out, smoked fish and eaten psychadelic mushrooms on
— lauren (@LLW902) September 30, 2020
There’s more cases of Covid in the White House than in all of New Zealand
— Forrest B (@ForrestBrung) October 2, 2020
But seriously, guys, I really do think that we will look back on these times and scream
— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) October 3, 2020