Not easy to choose from the tons of tweets I favourited this month. :-) And how can the second month of the year already be over?
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“Ich meine, das war in Spanien.”
“Nee. Ich meine, das war als M. seine Zahnspange bekam.”
Dia-Abende haben auch was von Loriot.
— Gebbi Gibson (@GebbiGibson) February 4, 2014
Just walked the dogs with no poop bags. Living on the edge…
— Bobby Goepfert (@GeffMan47) February 7, 2014
#fact no matter which way you turn the charger end to plug it into your device, it will be wrong the first time. Just sayin.
— Luanne Uttley (@wearenotmissing) February 7, 2014
Der Supermarkt hatte zwei Tage hintereinander keine Bananen. In Chile kichert Margot Honecker in ihren Mate-Tee.
— Streifengrasmaus (@SGMaus) February 9, 2014
If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Or open a window. Or turn on the AC. It’s 2014, we actually have several options here.
— Jamie Woodham (@jwoodham) February 10, 2014
I don’t think I’m a very subtle eavesdropper. But I also don’t think this girl in line at the post office should go back to her crazy ex.
— Anna Halligan (@AnnamalHalligan) February 12, 2014
I am going to create a new social media format for people who like to complain about other people. Call it grumblr.
— Sam Sykes (@SamSykesSwears) February 14, 2014
prokrastinationslevel: schaue curling. und finde es spannend.
— m. (@ohaimareiki) February 14, 2014
Is Will.i.am called Will.je.suis in France?
— Eliah McCutchen (@seliahm) February 19, 2014
Is it still considered “drinking alone” if your pets are present? (Obviously asking for a friend.)
— Anna Halligan (@AnnamalHalligan) February 22, 2014
Oh, 90s music, why did you have to quit on us? You broke up with us, left us with shitty pop music, and we have no closure.
— Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) February 24, 2014
Live. Breathe. Sleep. Repeat.
— Tom Payne (@justanactor) February 26, 2014
HOGWARTS HAS MAGIC BUT I HAVE INTERNET
— Anna Halligan (@AnnamalHalligan) February 26, 2014
It’s raining. This is the part where SoCal stops laughing at GA and runs to buy bread and milk, thoroughly ensconced in heart-melting panic.
— ariaadagio (@ariaadagio) February 27, 2014
Teachers: kids already know how quickly things can spread online. Stop dicking about and do some work. Maybe start with “your” vs “you’re”.
— Damien Owens (@OwensDamien) February 27, 2014