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:
Mom, I farted on you. I’m just gonna translate that to “mom, I love you. You are the best mom EVAH.”
— YKIHAYHT (@YKIHAYHT) December 4, 2013
My son’s superpower is to turn 1 cracker into 10 lbs of crumbs
— Hunter Steele (@FatherWithTwins) August 9, 2013
If the school is closed again tomorrow, I’ll drop my kids off anyway and enjoy the quiet while they figure out how to get home.
— Stella G. Maddox (@StellaGMaddox) December 11, 2013
Apparently, DON’T PUT THAT IN YOUR MOUTH is merely taken as a suggestion in this house.
— Jeni Decker (@Jeni_Decker) December 15, 2013
8yo: How long have you & dad been married? Me: 12 years. 8yo: So you got married & then 4 years later… you had SEX & you got me?!
— Kathy Cooperman (@Kathy_Cooperman) December 5, 2013
We celebrate the season in our own individual ways. Apparently my way is to Superglue my thumb to a piece of Fiestaware. #holidaytraditions
— Anna Lefler (@AnnaLefler) December 16, 2013
Never commit to anything until the last minute. -the first rule of Might Club
— Ham on Wry (@HeyZeus666) December 16, 2013
Bought my kids an alarm clock that lights up when it’s okay for them to get out of bed. I set it for Tuesday.
— Andy H. (@AndyAsAdjective) December 14, 2013
After watching 3 Home Alone movies my son asked if he could drop some heavy stuff on bad guys.
— James (@JamesHudyma) December 13, 2013
6yo: Who wants to join my Lego club? Me:… 6yo: Anyone? Me:… 6yo: No one? Me: Ok, I will. 6yo: Sorry. You’re too old.
— Amy Flory (@FunnyIsFamily) December 13, 2013
10 just asked me to watch the sun set with her. On minecraft. Not in RL or anything.
— Claire M (@XclairemckX) December 16, 2013
My 5 year old asked how an email goes from one computer to another so I started off with “electronic waves” & ended with “super-cool magic”.
— Brian Hope (@Brianhopecomedy) December 9, 2013
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(stuff I can hardly believe I said out loud to my pack this week):
Start acting like you’re having fun putting ornaments on the tree.
Wear something light so the dog hair doesn’t show.
I put them on the paper plate. That’s kinda home-made.
(stuff I can hardly believe one of my pack said to me this week):
You could just give me my presents now, then you don’t have to wrap them.
Will you be mad if I need cupcakes in an hour?
Can we have food for dinner?
Laugh Loud Out!
What makes you smile? Where do you turn when you need a giggle? Do you have a favorite tweeter? Shoot me a comment. I’m looking forward to hearing all about it.
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