Guys, we did it. It was a group effort and we freakin' MADE IT because Friday is officially here! No better way to celebrate that fresh Friday feeling than with some Fri-Yay tweets!
Keep smiling, everyone! It's Friday!
And honestly, same. #BeforeIFallAsleep is trending on Twitter and users are sharing all the things they do right before falling asleep.
What do you do before you fall asleep? For me, personally, I re-live my entire day (not by choice) and my brain works hard to convince me that all my social interactions were beyond awkward and everyone noticed. So that's fun.
Yoga. There are a lot of scientific benefits to yoga, it helps improve posture, your quality of sleep, flexibility, reduces inflammation, and helps with chronic pain etc., etc.. However, what we don't see to hear about trying to get into yoga...it's uncomfortable. Uncomfortable poses, yes, but also just filled with uncomfortable moments!
Ask any rational person, preferably not a yogi, and they will tell you the truth. Just like these tweets below.
Aging isn't fun. Wrinkles, muscle pains, when did text become so blurry? Your body is making noises it wasn't yesterday and everything hurts. And for many men, getting older brings the fun concept of coming to terms with balding and forever having people mention your lack of hair.
Did you know that according to the American Hair Loss Association, two-thirds of American men will experience some degree of appreciable hair loss by the age of 35? That's quite a lot.
On the bright side, if you are in that statistic, just know that you are most definitely not alone.
For some lucky few, roommate living can be really wonderful, full of hilarious moments and extreme bonding. In other cases, however, it's not always as great as one would imagine... Thank you, FRIENDS, for instilling this weird belief that you'll become the best of friends with your roommate and have nonstop funnies.
At least we got these wonderful, relatable tweets to reflect back on:
One does not simply walk into a public restroom without being disgusted. Seriously, there's no way you're walking into a public restroom without commenting (out loud or in your mind) about the restrooms current state of being.
And while 99% of the time, it's absolute horrors and something from a nightmare... there are those magical times where you walk into a restroom that is so unexpectedly clean, nice, well-stocked and you don't mind spending a few extra minutes in there doing your thing.
It's important to hold onto those moments, since they're so rare and scarce... or else we'll just be left with memories of horror -- like the tweets below:
#HardThingsForParentsToAnswer has gotten all the parents on Twitter tweeting some really funny and relatable questions that kids ask!
Which one can you relate to most? For us, it's probably the "why?" question over...and over....and over...and over.... you get the point.
What would you add to this list?
Hello introverts of the internet! You've come to the right place because these tweets are solely for you.
As an introvert, you'll truly be able to appreciate and relate to these fresh #introvertproblems tweets! And if this doesn't satisfy your quench, we have more!
Do you have any introvert problems to add to this list?
Why is it that road trips sound way more fun and romantic than they actually are? Maybe the movies are to blame for this delusion we have about the "crazy" adventures we're about to embark on. Whatever that weird road trip delusional might be, it always seems to be the very opposite.
I don't know about you but whenever I'm about to go on any sort of road trip, my number one item I cannot be without is a pillow and with that pillow I will sleep 97% of the entire trip.
What are your road trips like?
Do you hear that? That silence is the joy of no kids around. Treasure it. Having kids isn't for everyone, and we are totally OK with that! Here are some of our favorite child-free tweets that will make anyone who doesn't want a baby LOL. Or at the every least, exhale more air from your nose.
Couples therapy is extremely helpful for partners facing a plethora of challenges, and isn't something to be ashamed of. In fact, its a really great and healthy tool that helps you learn to communicate better with one another, resolve conflicts, helps you maintain a healthy sex life and much more!
And just because you're seeing a therapist, doesn't mean you can't find the humor in it and laugh at yourself and life's problems! Many Twitter users have shared their experience in couples counseling and it's hilarious and truly relatable.