Complied by Gina Valley
I love to share giggles.
Here’s some of the tweets that made me laugh in the last week.
Great tweets from great tweeps:
Just ate a whole bag of chips, but it was ”reduced fat” so basically it was like going to the gym.
— JoeJoeKeys (@JoeJoeKeys) May 26, 2013
I initiated a conversation with my neighbour about the weather so now I’m off to buy a walker.
— Brian Hope (@Brianhopecomedy) May 22, 2013
But, Officer, she had key clicks enabled, so I had no choice but to violently wrench her phone away and smash it to bits.Isn’t that a rule?
— Lynn StillHatesItAll (@Illiter8) May 14, 2013
I smiled at my alarm clock this morning and it stopped working.Shock, probably.
— Dad? Dad. Dad! DAD! (@Playing_Dad) May 22, 2013
Driving my medicated husband to the doctor while he criticizes my lane changes. Life is sweet!
— Wendi Aarons (@WendiAarons) May 23, 2013
Maybe if they just cast taller ballet dancers, they wouldn’t have to dance on their tip toes the whole time.
— Aristotles (@AristotlesNZ) January 27, 2013
How many calories do I burn when I jog my memory?
— TedInJest (@TedInJest) May 27, 2013
I spent 2 hours and 12 minutes at the Star Trek movie wondering where C3PO was.
— Wendy Liebman (@WendyLiebman) May 27, 2013
What was Jello thinking back in the day.This juice is too watery.Thicken it up so I can eat it with a spoon.Now make it wiggle. he he
— James (DadsRT) (@JamesHudyma) May 27, 2013
My dad thought he had it bad walking five miles to work in the snow. He hasn’t tried to send a tweet in a school zone holding a frappuccino.
— Devin Siebold (@DevinSiebold) October 13, 2012
8yo scrolling thru phone calendar: look daddy, 2200Me: what day does my birthday fall on that year?8: you’ll be dead by then
— Kelly Walsh (@brainsdoc) May 26, 2013
I ate an ice cream sundae at #Friendlys 2 hours before my 7-mile run. It was my best time yet. Ice cream is a training method I can follow!
— daddyfiles (@DaddyFiles) May 27, 2013
Six hour car drive my son asked 348 questions, including what does A-U-T-O spell 123 times.
— John Willey (@DaddysinCharge) May 28, 2013
Parenting means paying money for all kinds of activities for your kids then hoping they get canceled anytime there’s a cloud in the sky.
— Babies Daddy (@dshack8) May 20, 2013
Teaching during the last days of school is like shaking a beehive & then trying to make the bees calm by showing them a Franklin video.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) May 28, 2013
There’s no school today, so, naturally, my kids got up at 5:30AM. But, they let me sleep in.Until 5:31.
— Gina Valley (@GinaValley) May 27, 2013
Laugh Loud Out!
What makes you smile? Who do you go to when you need a giggle? Do you have a favorite tweeter? Shoot me a comment. I’m looking forward to hearing all about it.