Hilarious ‘My Aesthetic’ Tweets That Will Make You Snort-Laugh

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Have you ever looked at something and immediately thought: “That is so…me“? It can be something as simple as a sweater with hundreds of cats printed on it or as complicated as hundreds of cats wearing their own unique sweaters. Whatever it is, you connect with it on a deep level.

If so, then congrats! You have found your aesthetic.

The people of the Internet have taken to identifying their unique aesthetics and sharing them with their followers. It’s reminiscent of people identifying things as being a “big mood.” As with many Internet trends, you might not “get it” right away. Luckily for you, we have a bunch of tweets featuring people identifying their own aesthetic. Perhaps after reading through them, you’ll not only understand the concept; you’ll also feel encouraged to define your own aesthetic! (For instance, I’m pretty sure mine features a lot of blankets, chocolate, and candles.)

Well, this is very specific:

One of the best things about video games is that you can usually play as a character that looks nothing like you. Or as one that looks exactly like you, only taller.


Anyone who has a dog (or a cat) has basically accepted the fact that every outfit is going to feature a little bit of pet hair. That’s just the way it is.

This must have taken a lot of effort.

One thing’s for certain– you certainly wrote a book. It’s a book. And you wrote it. There’s no denying that.

It me:

Holiday M&Ms and pajamas on January 2nd? Sign me up.

We’re onto you, T Swift.

We all knew the accent was totally fake the whole time, right? And yet, we still all found it endearing. ‘Twas a simpler time.

Found my aesthetic!

You may laugh at this one, but consider this: No one is ever unhappy to see a cake. You could do a lot worse when choosing your own aesthetic.


Real talk, though. This show is so delightful and everyone should watch it. Thank you, Netflix and thank you, Marie Kondo.

The ’90s were really something.

Sometimes it feels like we got a lot of things right in the ’90s only to turn everything upside-down and make it terrible in the 2000s. I long for the ’90s pretty much every day.

Nice pillow!

Let this be a lesson to you the next time someone tries to tease you. Just claim it as your aesthetic and they lose all power.

And there’s so much of it to choose from.

Super Mario Odyssey was probably this person’s dream come true. So many costumes!

As if we wouldn’t notice.

I don’t know exactly how to interpret this one, but it’s not my aesthetic so I guess that’s just fine. Godspeed.

Been there.

Sure, it wouldn’t take any extra effort physically speaking. But mentally speaking, using a trashcan is basically like running a marathon.

Start a revolution from my Bed, Bath, & Beyond.

Sometimes you just need to be serenaded by Oasis while you shop for new towels. It’s not weird unless you make it weird, OK?

It’s a store and a restaurant!

Cracker Barrel is honestly one of my favorite restaurant chains ever. Anyone who doesn’t agree with this tweet does not get to share my baked apples.

In case you were wondering.

I didn’t realize this was also my aesthetic, but it is. This situation exactly.

Good enough for me!

I’m pretty sure that “it’s my aesthetic” is a good reason for doing just about anything (that’s not harmful or illegal). Keep that in mind!

We’ve all done this, right?

I’ve done this more times than I’d care to admit. Why, though? Why is it so easy to fall into this trap?

This coyote is all of us:

If you don’t identify on some level with a coyote in a convenience store, you may be doing something wrong with your life.

The Kuddly Krab.

There’s something very Lisa Frank about this look. I’m all for it.

Yay for tacos!

I think most people are probably this excited when they walk into Taco Bell. Walking out after eating there is another story.

Fake it ’til you make it.

I feel like this aesthetic sums up life for a lot of people in recent years. Let’s hope 2019 goes a bit smoother, eh?

I get it.

I don’t think I’ve ever read the words “Urban Stephen King” in that order before. And yet, I somehow know exactly what it means.

Make it fashion.

I really think Target’s kids’ clothing section is super solid. I would wear most of the thing I see there.

Even Carl’s Jr. is finding their aesthetic.

“Cheeseburger Chic” is everything I wanted in my life but was too afraid to ask for.

Gushers has receipts.

Gone are the days where you could drag a corporate Twitter and expect to get away with it. Gushers is coming for you.

This one’s a little too real.

How are those New Year’s Resolutions coming along so far? Found any loopholes yet?

Solid outfit.

That’s pretty much what I look like any time the temperature drops below 55º. I’m not proud of this.

Wonder Woman.

Let’s be honest. Gal Gadot doing absolutely anything is the aesthetic we all wish for.

Simple enough.

You can’t argue with that aesthetic. You can try, but you will fail.  

Livin’ the dream.

When you really get down to it, we’re all just trying to recapture that childhood bliss. Share this with someone whose style you admire!