12 Of The Funniest Irish Tweets From The Past Week
Well that's a conundrum...
You guys are some of the gassest (most gaseous?) we've ever come across and we feel like showing you off every so often.
Can you blame us?
This week we've gone searching for the 12 best and funniest tweets we've found on the big, bad world of Twitter, and this is what we've found...
1. Latte's Odyssey with @UnaMullally
A one-minute play where a barista just calls "Heathcliff?" repeatedly.— Una Mullally (@UnaMullally) June 3, 2016
2. Great expectations with @nessadinneen
3. A tale of two pronunciations with @glennthefitz
Want to start a band, make it big, call it Scones & Yoghurt and let the world fight over how to pronounce it.— Glenn Fitzpatrick (@glennthefitz) June 7, 2016
4. The hard hitting questions with @donlothario
why do we have to pay tv license when our national broadcaster behaves this way https://t.co/fpIhTDaqux— kelly (@earley) June 6, 2016
5. Ireland with @Joe_Panama @aoiph
he's Dermot Bannon from Room to Improve— Aoife (@aoiph) June 8, 2016
6. Little did we know with @elisemarie91
Remember when parents said "I'll give you something to cry about" & were scared they'd hit us but they destroyed the housing market instead?— Elise (@elisemarie91) June 8, 2016
7. Big chances with @infinityonhi
Today the dole, tomorrow the world— Comrade Hilton (@infinityonhi) June 7, 2016
8. Logical succession with @PrayForPatrick
suns out, Brits out— Patrick (@PrayForPatrick) June 6, 2016
9. Panic with @mormonhorse
I'm so bad at that phonetic alphabet thing, esp on the spot.I mustered an emphatic & drawn out 'I for IRELAND' earlier & somehow 'G for jew'— emma flynn (@mormonhorse) June 7, 2016
10. SCARLEH with @amyohconnor
Imagine Wikipedia listing all the people you've rode like this!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/2UiO0NSHrs— ⭐ amy o'connor ⭐ (@amyohconnor) June 7, 2016
11. Grannies know best with @valerieloftus
Told my granny I was having a steak for dinner and she said "Oh well I've heard it all now."— Valerie Loftus (@valerieloftus) June 4, 2016
12. Bilingualism with @phlaimeaux
'I shit you not' is the middle english phrase I use most often— David O'Doherty (@phlaimeaux) June 2, 2016