Dating is hard, which is why some people resort to online dating apps like Tinder to try and make sure that they're matched up with someone who likes the same things that they do — like, let's say, animals.
If you tell people you're an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Affairs at Princeton, one would (correctly) assume that you've been rather successful in life.
In an ideal world, pizza wouldn’t have fat and you could simply burn more calories by scrolling on your computer instead of strolling down the street. But as we know, that ain’t happening. You have to eat right, get moving, and keep a sense of humor about things.
Or do neither of the first two options and instead tweet about the fitness struggle. That works, too.
It all started with this picture of 18-year-old Kerione looking pretty darn fine on the day of her high school prom.
You have to give older people credit. They grew up in a time when rotary phones were the norm and there was (gasp) no Internet. So when they try and keep up with the times and join social media, you have to expect there to be a few bumps in the virtual road.
At least they get credit for trying — and for making us laugh with their Facebook fails.
She's just looking out for your friends, you know.
The first rule of any trip is that you always pack enough snacks. Well, apparently British DJ Artwork didn’t get the memo, and found himself trapped on a train from Glasgow to Sheffield hungry and without food options.
Instead of getting mad, he got creative, and took to Twitter to document his saucy success.
Exactly. That's just what we said.
Love it or hate it, 50 Shades of Grey is one of those novels-turned-movie that everyone has heard of at some point in time, if only to make fun of someone they see trying to discreetly read the steamy stories while grabbing lunch in the office break room.
The popularity means there are also no shortage of parody accounts, but this one might just come out on top (no pun intended…okay, maybe just a little).
The Twitter account 50 Nerds of Grey reimagines the erotica with nerd-infused brilliance that is much more relatable and no less ridiculous than the original.
Ready to get nerdy by nature?
Well, his actual name is Sir Hodge Huffington the Cricket Slayer, but you can call him Huff for short.
There’s a reason shows like The Office and movies like Office Space are such hits — because working in an office brings its own special, shall we say, “charm.”
While all offices are a bit different, dealing with coworkers and small talk, break room mystery smells, and paperwork — oh, the paperwork — can do a number on the soul.
But they say laughter is the best medicine — and Twitter is the best distraction — so while you’re pretending to work, have a laugh to keep from crying…