Twitter has been around for so long at this point that there are "classic" tweets that people still reference and think about years later. Twitter is a whole internet language and culture of its own, so when Twitter user @zakiavelli_v2 asked people to share the one tweet that makes them laugh every time they see it, thousands of people shared theirs. And there were so many different answers. Here are some of the best ones we could find.
This one is my personal favorite. I think about it at least three times a week. I reference it regularly. It's just perfect and hilarious in every single way.
Just reading this tweet made me confused. That's how perfect it is. I have a feeling "call a Bondbulance" will be bouncing around in my head for a very long time.
This is a totally classic tweet, one that I think has probably been tweeted by different accounts every single day since the original. It spawned a whole joke format. In fact, this tweet changed the world. And it's all about a play on the phrase "shrimp fried rice."
I know this is a joke, but how does law enforcement force unlicensed pilots out of the sky? It's the sky.
When 50 Cent was on Twitter, that was the golden age of that website. He was so funny all the time. It really wasn't even fair.
This one took me a second, but I got it eventually. If you're like me, the cups should spell LOVE! But it's funny because she rearranged them to spell VOLE. Good one.
I don't know. I think I'd really love to make esteemed archaeologists and professors say "Heckin Chonkosaurus" in an academic context. I think it would bring me great joy, and I think that's what we should do from now on.
This one made me laugh really hard out loud by myself for a really long time. It's just absurd that Newt Gingrinch is a real person's name. It just is!
This is an all-time classic tweet, one for the hall of fame, no doubt. It's just so relatable. We've all been either that dude or his girlfriend.
This one really got me. It's just that clever! Of course you would try an air horn twice to make sure it was an air horn and not actually your deodorant. Of course. So stupid and funny.
No need to explain. I'm with you entirely. I would watch a production of Hamlet starring a pig as Hamlet probably more readily than I would watch a human production of Hamlet. It just makes perfect sense.
Twitter complaints to companies (especially airlines) have become their own subgenre of content, and this one is the perfect example of that. Of course the story is fake, but getting Delta to respond to it seriously is a triumph. A feat. Hilarious.
This is just poetry, is what it is. "It was the Busta Rhymes, it was the wursta rhymes" belongs on a statue in a city square. I also appreciate how they spelled "wursta" because it makes me think of sausages.
Seriously, though, haunted houses should not cost $40, and if they do, they better be serious. Maybe not "actually die" serious though, because that would be bad.
That's why they said boneless! All watermelons have no bones. If your watermelon has bones, you've got big problems.