Twitter Retweets is your next must-follow Twitter account
Highlighting some of the funny and uplifting tweets to grace the platform.
To find good things on Twitter, you typically have to wade through a bunch of political posts, bad hot takes, and gems like this. It can be exhausting, but luckily there are meme accounts and things of that nature to help break up all the terribleness.
Now, Twitter is getting in on the action with the Twitter Retweets account. This account is free of politics and other terrible things and focuses on highlighting some of the funny things users have tweets across the years. It’s a nice reprieve from what Twitter has (mostly) become.
Here are some of our favorite retweets from the Twitter Retweets account
The account is still pretty new, but there are already some real gems here.
This one hits a bit too close to home
it just hit me that 5 years ago i was in high school and they were asking "where do you see yourself in 5 years" and i want you all to know i was very wrong
— allison (@StarksAllison) November 20, 2019
Love that relevant meme content
if she’s your girl then why did she text me “Hey! I’m so glad you reached out. I’m actually at capacity / helping someone else who’s in crisis / dealing with some personal stuff right now, and I don’t think I can hold appropriate space for you. Could we connect [later date or ti
— lIllIe (@lillieswamp) November 20, 2019
This one isn’t funny, but it is cute (I’m so lonely omg)
Don’t call me out like this
I think we can all agree with this
the guy that named sperm whales isn’t allowed to name things anymore
— whalefact (@awhalefact) November 17, 2019
This changes everything 🤯🤯
Me: do you think he called himself T.S. Eliot so nobody would notice that T. Eliot is toilet backwards?
Librarian: stop talking
— Dropped Mike (@rebrafsim) November 27, 2019
Seriously, if you need a break from your timeline, this is a solid, curated account worth following.
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