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15 Hilarious Tweets To Help you Get Through Your Bleak Existence On This Planet

By Nadine / dimanche 11 février 2018 05:30
Well, here we are again. Another week has gone by, events took place, and people eagerly took to the internet to tweet their little hearts out. Teens ate more Tide Pods, Kylie Jenner gave birth and named it after a porn star, some team won the Super Bowl and a hamster was flushed down the toilet. And with all that FML news came some top-notch tweets. So gear up -- here are 15 of our favorites.

1. *lights up a cigarette before starting lecture*

2. This one should be in all history books. 

3. I saw a cat once, it had a gun.

4. Nothing is coming in between me and my Kid Rock, Sharon. 

5. You get the bessssssssttt of both worlds...

6. The accuracy. 

7. Really, someone explain traffic.

8. This describes us all. 

9. Legit, you probably don't know the middle names of your friends from college.

10. THIS IS IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

11. Suddenly, everyone feels a little bit better about themselves.

12. These were the worst people.

13. Try looking at it from a different perspective.

14. A true friend. 

15. When the Super Bowl Chaos got out of hand and Hardee's trolled the entire city of Philadelphia

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By  devi_916  |  37

Hardee's is a real MVP. I've never understood the thinking behind "let's celebrate by destroying all kinds of expensive shit and maybe end up getting shot with those rubber bullets and a free ride to jail."

By  Quasita  |  13

#11 is easy...
affect = action, verb (can be a noun when talking about the disposition)
effect = thing, noun

How does the effect affect the meaning of the sentence?
The sentence was affected by the effect in many ways.
Her affect was cheerful.

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By  devi_916  |  37

Hardee's is a real MVP. I've never understood the thinking behind "let's celebrate by destroying all kinds of expensive shit and maybe end up getting shot with those rubber bullets and a free ride to jail."

By  Quasita  |  13

#11 is easy...
affect = action, verb (can be a noun when talking about the disposition)
effect = thing, noun

How does the effect affect the meaning of the sentence?
The sentence was affected by the effect in many ways.
Her affect was cheerful.

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  jbuckets_404  |  33

Quasita: Actually, the word "effect" can be used as a verb per its def'n of "to cause something to happen or to bring about," e.g., "Let's effect Policy #1 by implementing Protocol #2." However, the reverse is not true for the verb "affect." :-)

By  Mungolikecandy  |  13

I prefer dogs but have no issues with cats.

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