It can be hard to squeeze something funny into 140 characters, but these food-loving celebrities seem to have it down to a science.
13. Michael McKean
"Awesomesauce" has entered the dictionary, beating out "groovymarinade" & "radreduction".
— Michael McKean (@MJMcKean) August 27, 2015
You should be grateful that foodies are infiltrating the English language – after all, where would you be without words like froyo and foodgasm?
12. Pauly Casillas
The closest I've been to a diet this year is erasing food searches from my browser history.
— pauly casillas (@PaulyPeligroso) April 20, 2014
No need to feel guilty – diets can be a bad idea anyway.
11. Chris Pratt
Every morn' we drive by the same spot on I-85 and the smell makes my mouth water. Found out today. Purina dog food plant. ?#WhosAGoodBoy?
— chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) October 13, 2015
I’ve heard of people giving human food to their dog, but the other way around probably isn’t a good idea. Don’t worry, Chris; we still love you.
10. Aziz Ansari
"You can't tell me we going to get tacos, then say we going to do acid instead" whoever I heard say this on the street yesterday Plz explain
— Aziz Ansari (@azizansari) June 30, 2015
Why would anyone choose drugs over tacos? Inexplicable. But it’s okay, we still love you, Aziz.
9. Meghan O’Keefe
Hey, all of my high school friends are getting engaged, but I'm in a monogamous relationship with Zesty Ranch Kettle Chips, so who wins?
— Meghan O'Keefe (@megsokay) September 4, 2013
A diamond ring would just weigh me down, and the speed with which my hand can reach into a bag of potato chips is more important than any man.
8. Anna Kendrick
"I don't want a whole dessert, let's just get two spoons" – Former friends of mine.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) February 12, 2015
No one needs those kind of people in their life.
7. Jim Gaffigan
I hate when I try to order a salad and my mouth says, "I'll have a double Quarter Pounder with Cheese."
— Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) April 29, 2014
Those two pickle slices on top of the burger totally count as salad, right?
6. Whitney Cummings
You know it's love when you're not to embarrassed to give him your REAL Starbucks order
— Whitney Cummings (@WhitneyCummings) November 5, 2014
If he can’t handle me at my venti cinnamon dolce latte with whipped cream, he doesn’t deserve me at my tall black coffee.
5. Samir Mezrahi
I always assume any pizza leftovers I find in a fridge are full of poison because who doesn’t finish all their pizza except for murderers
— Mezrahi, Samir (@samir) November 21, 2014
Answer: no one.
4. Jimmy Fallon
Guac should be free at Chipotle if you can correctly pronounce “Chipotle.” #ThereISaidIt
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) July 22, 2015
It’s chip-oat-lay. Come on, people.
3. Chrissy Teigen
It is important to make your hot pocket before your cup of noodles because the timing is perfect for your two course meal
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) May 1, 2015
As if having an amazing sense of humour and the coolest relationship ever wasn’t enough, Chrissy Teigen had to come out here and show us all up with a fancy cooking tip.
2. Billy Eichner
I just put a little cranberry juice in my club soda and its delicious AM I GWYNETH PALTROW
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) April 24, 2015
Billy Eichner knows the feeling of every student who has just moved away from home and is learning to cook for themselves. Any recipe that requires more than one step and a microwave = gourmet AF.
1. Ed Sheeran
It upsets me when restaurants think they are too good for ketchup. No one is too good for ketchup. Ketchup is too good for you.
— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) September 16, 2013
We’ve all had that awkward conversation demanding a bottle of ketchup while the waiter protests because “you’re eating filet mignon, ma’am.”
Some people just don’t understand our refined palates.