I’m always pleasantly surprised by just how funny tweets can be considering their rather small character constraint. So naturally, I decided to do some digging and find the best tweets out there concerning Spoon’s favourite topic: food. Without further ado, here are the findings that had me crying of laughter.
Being able to eat chocolate whenever I want is a small consolation prize for being forced to enter adulthood.
A common problem I’m sure many of us have faced before.
An omelette also works.
Personally, I actually do think they taste different.
This tweet made me want to run for president, and I live in Canada.
Or until the dads have a silent but intensely passive-aggressive fight for ownership of the grill.
You wouldn’t want the whoop-ass to expire.
The number of times I’ve thought I was actually cooking a reasonable amount of spinach is exactly the number of times I’ve been disappointed in this regard.
Note to self: order the soup at any future murder mystery dinners I may attend.
Can’t wait to see the video tutorial for these babies.
Ah, 2016. What a time to be alive.
I finally understand the appeal.
We only have slightly over a decade then. Be prepared guys.
Pretty sure it’s from “National Anthem.”
Maybe all that alcohol last weekend is okay on another side of the pyramid too.
I mean, why be disappointed by a text that assures the arrival of your food?
Scientists need to solve this pressing mystery immediately.
It all makes so much more sense now.
A classic joke tied in with a classic problem.
Dismal, cavernous gulf of curly fries.
Honestly, one of my favourite things about this tweet is the use of the word “frankly.”
I love the fresh scent of “eau d’hotdog.”
I’m honestly never going to think of corn on the cob the same way again.
This might not follow our restaurant etiquette tips.
Me too, Anna. Me too.
You know he’s a keeper if he does this.
The employees at Chipotle are saints and nothing will convince me otherwise.