Every week, we bring you the finest collection of tweets written about our furry friends. Here's a link to our last week's list, in case you've missed it.
Twitter user @TheWrongNoel, shared a frustrating Twitter thread that explains why many hopeful job applicants might never actually get a foot in the door for a job interview in the first place. It might be time to shake things up when it comes to the hiring process. Cause by the sounds of this, many companies are missing out on promising job applicants.
Kids really say (and believe) the darndest things. As a gullible kid, a friend once told me that she and her father were addicted to shawarma. She said there was nicotine in the meat and that the two of them absolutely had to get their fix daily or they'd become cranky jerks. I believed this for at least a year until my own family took me for some tasty sandwiches.
While some AskReddit threads can featuredark and unsettling tales from peoples' pasts, this one has proved to be some seriously wholesome respite from our case of the Mondays. And is a pleasant reminder that nobody is alone in believing some seriously weird (or seriously funny) tidbits or ideas.
What do we want? Pockets! Where do we want them? On all our clothing!
Listen up, fashion designers, we don't care about what's in style or in season, we just want our pants to have pockets! That's all we want. And trust us when we say, we are not the only ones who feel this way.
These cat reactions to seeing their owners 'cat filtered' faces are just way too cute!
The new filter is available on the app known as TikTok, a recently launched app that has boomed in popularity. The filter turns your face into that of a cat, which may sound cute but honestly looks quite terrifying to us. Personally.
The real cats, however, are simply the cutest and we can look at their expressions and reactions all day!
What do you think of this new 'cat filter' trend?
Keep the good times rolling with 200 of the best cat memes of the decade!
The Northumberland Heath Police were the subject of sharp tongues and verbal jabs after confiscating what looks to be like a prop sword for a play and taking it way too seriously. Commenters were brutal, as they usually are when it comes to roasting ancient weaponry, like when Facebook users roasted this guy's ancient gun into the last century.
Twitter user Jason Richard Levy tried to slide into fellow Twitter user The Frenchiest Fry's DMs and ended up getting totally shut down in the process. He then made matters even worse by replying to a tweet she wrote about being single with a whole bunch of cringey selfies and a tweet about his "high IQ." Let the roasting commence.
We just really hope that this guy is joking and doesn't really lack this much self-awareness...