I must admit that I am not very much of a Twitter person. I just can’t seem to express myself through social media. I am more of a poetic soul who also likes Instagram stories. The best that I can do on social media, (except for motivational posts), is express my feelings on Instagram stories.
For example, when I am sad, I will either write something on my story or I will film something and put sad music behind it. Like one time I had a huge fight with my ex and I filmed only one of my eyes crying, put a black and white effect on it and a sad song, then posted it.
Wherever all my Tupperware lids are, I truly hope that they are happy
— Samantha 🇨🇦 (@ItsSamG) May 1, 2019
I know, I know it sounds too childish but hey, I am still growing. However, sadness aside and let's talk about funny things. Like these tweets from some women who just made my day. I just cannot seem to stop looking at them.
The Golden Girls is the most relatable TV show for a millenial, as I too will be renting with several roommates until I'm 80
— Pigeon Fancier (@isabelzawtun) April 30, 2019
The way they brutally and honestly express what they mean and feel is amazing. I can never do that on Twitter and trust me I have tried to do that many times over and over.
My favorite part of Sunday is changing from my house sweatshirt to my going out sweatshirt then back to my house sweatshirt
— Charlene deGuzman (@charstarlene) January 12, 2020
I mean one woman complains about Netflix scary movies previews while she is looking to see something romantic, while the other one complains about being called a ‘ma’am’ while she is still young. I mean their reactions are fantastic and I even get to learn something from it.
Because I am a man you see and I really don’t percept things the way women percept them. That is why I find them really funny. And it sparks curiosity in me because we have different perceptions. And that’s what makes life beautiful, our differences.
There are three kinds of pajamas: the ones you actually sleep in, the ones you wear only when you’re trying to be sexy, and the ones you wear to the grocery store
— Addison Peacock (@Addison_Peacock) January 15, 2020
Women who find it funny that men speak over women to those that love seeing people panic at karaoke when they realize how long & repetitive their song is. A woman tells all her traumas starting from the lightest to the hardest. I mean these tweets are just pure gold.
me: i'm a very private person
me: so i'll start by describing some of my lighter traumas before i get into the really dark stuff
— ugly and sad ♡ 🅙 (@SpookyGothLoser) January 7, 2020