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16 Completely Bitter But Funny Tweets About Everyone's Hate For Valentine's Day

By Nadine / mercredi 14 février 2018 05:30
The saltiness is real today, and no one is holding back. It’s an FML day either way — if you’re in a relationship, the world will surely know it via obnoxious posts on social media. And if you’re not, well, the world will still know because holy hell do people like to complain about this day. So here they are, the funniest tweets about the world’s most bitched about a day.

1. Am I laughing or crying?



2. But, chocolate though.



3. Treat. Yo. self.



4. Let’s cut the crap.



4. An actual photo of every single person who says this on Valentine’s Day.



5. If you think your V-day is bad, at least it's not this bad.



6. This video has never been more appropriate than it is today.



7. There goes all that potential progress.



8. This woman is a hero and deserves respect.

 

9. Annnnd I think I'll start right away!



10. ...I’m just going to go back to bed now and sleep for 1,000 years.



11. This is excellent placement. The store knows exactly what they're doing.



12. Apple just wants to remind you that they’re thinking of you.

13. Oh no.

 

14. Facts.



15.When you’re trying to be a supportive friend but low-key hate them for being happy.



16. Got a whole day planned!

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By  Gwenevier  |  27

Yes, it’s typical of gen z and millennials to make self-deprecating jokes as a coping mechanism for their loneliness. With how easy it is to cheat and how hard it is to find something truly meaningful among your own age group it is, we’ve earned that right. We complain and joke in the same sentence online because it’s extremely painful to talk about these rampant betrayals in person. The world is a different place for us than it was and still is for you.
This site is literally meant to laugh at the unfortunate. If you can’t do that, maybe you’re on the wrong site.

By  Glowworm56  |  24

I'm actually indifferent about Valentine's Day. I have a boyfriend, but we really don't celebrate the holiday because two more important ones come up in February before it. One is my birthday and the other is our anniversary.

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By  Mynxie  |  26

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  Gwenevier  |  27

Yes, it’s typical of gen z and millennials to make self-deprecating jokes as a coping mechanism for their loneliness. With how easy it is to cheat and how hard it is to find something truly meaningful among your own age group it is, we’ve earned that right. We complain and joke in the same sentence online because it’s extremely painful to talk about these rampant betrayals in person. The world is a different place for us than it was and still is for you.
This site is literally meant to laugh at the unfortunate. If you can’t do that, maybe you’re on the wrong site.

By  Glowworm56  |  24

I'm actually indifferent about Valentine's Day. I have a boyfriend, but we really don't celebrate the holiday because two more important ones come up in February before it. One is my birthday and the other is our anniversary.

By  swervelol  |  26

People get so offended over Valentine’s Day, they like to think everyone who celebrates it is an obnoxious asshole and that all the candy and hearts are directed towards them and making them feel like a lonely loser. Not everything is about you, and you could always get something sweet for someone who’s also lonely, if you stopped wallowing in self pity for a moment, and then two people would feel better.

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