11 Most Lol-Worthy Literature-Related Tweets This Week
What better way to get into the Friday feeling than by splitting your sides laughing? The Twitterverse never fails to offer up top class literature related comedy for the gloomy bookworm, so enjoy our round-up of some of the greatest tweets from the last week.
slytherin, every single year : FUCK YEAH WE'RE WINNING THE HOUSE CUP THIS YEAR— f thot fitzgerald (@dracomallfoys) September 7, 2018
HAMLET:— the sissy switch (@missunitedface) September 6, 2018
To die, to sleep;
To sleep, perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub;
"I'd love to spend all my time making babies," the young blonde pouted boobfully. "But everyone tells me I have to be a CEO of a company instead :("— Charlotte Shane (@CharoShane) September 5, 2018
The viral man leftist tenderly took her hand. "My fertile darling," he whispered, "that is so unjust."
What I demand whenever I perform any task pic.twitter.com/bCvGkjvshA— Pohn Jrafisko (@PohnJrafisko) September 6, 2018
I bet that you'd look good in a bookstore, I don't know if you're looking for romance or I don't know what you're looking for.— Big Green Bookshop (@Biggreenbooks) September 5, 2018
I said, I bet that you look good in a bookstore, looking for a book like I Robot, or 1984, or 1984.
I watched To All The Boys I've Loved Before since everyone was going on about it so much & it was disgusting, making me feel things, turning me into a sap, DISCOSTEN— bjärk the icelandic dog 🇵🇸 (@motherofnaggins) September 5, 2018
remember when a series of unfortunate events was a book and not your life— mar❁ (@_uraniax) September 3, 2018
How can you not love Kate Atkinson? pic.twitter.com/eRpFp9mUGV— Pamela Paul (@PamelaPaulNYT) September 4, 2018
Me: I HAVE THE MOST ULTIMATE, UNIQUE BOOK IDEA EVER. I’m such a special genius.— Audra Atoche -Auggie (@Odrah) September 2, 2018
*Finds new release with exact same premise in a bookstore two days later*
Me: This jerk stole my idea!
Husband: That’s...not how time works?
Me: First of all, excuse you.
Writing advice: Write well, not badly. Keep writing until the book is finished. After you're finished, get the book published. Sell a lot of copies, not just a few.— Sandra Newman (@sannewman) September 2, 2018
(english major moving apartments) there’s a lot to unpack here— Dyl B (@dylanballiett) September 1, 2018
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