Why’d the comma break-up with the apostrophe? He was too possessive!
Another week is over, which means t’s time for yet another list of killer literature-related tweets because, well, as long as we have books and as long as we have Twitter, we will have funny tweets about books.
So, take down your hair, change into some sweatpants, and start your weekend off right!
this series really ran out of steam after the second book pic.twitter.com/AjOecmZDDM
— lawblob (@lawblob) January 2, 2015
I’ve written the great American novel. Well not WRITTEN IT DOWN yet but it’s all up here
— Guy In Your MFA (@GuyInYourMFA) May 3, 2017
No, Gmail. pic.twitter.com/ZeZ3d0R6OW
— Ruth Graham (@publicroad) October 8, 2014
Ever realised how fucking surreal reading a book actually is? You stare at marked slices of tree for hours on end, hallucinating vividly
— Katie (@KatieOldham) December 9, 2014
Before books were invented by JK Rowling in 2001, people used to just read the ingredients on shampoo bottles on the train.
— Jaz (@jazmasta) September 1, 2013
Priest: Do you read to your kids from the Good Book?
Me: Every night
Priest: What’s their favorite part?
Me: When Frodo destroys the ring
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) July 25, 2015
Librarian: can I check you out?
Me: sure [spins around]
Librarian: I meant your book
Me: oh yea, that makes way more sense
— DaddyJew (@DaddyJew) January 27, 2015
“I’m sorry, I don’t remember. To be honest I spent the summer in a bit of a haze.” –Humbert Humbert
— Walter Crunkheit (@fakeAPchekhov) November 3, 2014
When you see the bitches who talked shit about Poe irl pic.twitter.com/9moWTUKuX1
— i don’t care that you broke your elbow (@johnxdenver) April 7, 2016
My favorite part of the book Moby Dick is where it says “Dick” right there on the cover.
— Joshua Zagan (@zagan) June 8, 2016
The first rule of Hobbit Club is there’s no tolkien about The Hobbit Club.
— GlennyRodge (@GlennyRodge) August 2, 2015
“Newt Gingrich” sounds like a miserly landlord in a Charles Dickens novel
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) July 12, 2016
— Paperback Paradise (@paprbckparadise) April 4, 2017
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