Dear men, if you want to learn more about women -- look no further! Women of Twitter are sharing things that men don't know but really should. So, this is your chance to listen up and maybe understand women a just a bit more than before.
The kids are finally back in school! Well, some are. And the parents cannot contain their excitement, as well as, humorous 1st day stories, and the joy that is back-to-school shopping.
If you have kids, you know. If you don't, this is what you're missing out on! Enjoy!
When Twitter user, Anne Thériault, posted a relatable tweet about women aged 35, women quickly jumped on-board and shared skills every woman has achieved by the age of 35.
What do you think? True or no? Any other skills you can add to this list? Let us know in the comments below!
And honestly, samesies.
#KidThingsIStillEnjoy is trending on Twitter and we've gathered some sweet nostalgic kid things that we all never grew out of -- and thank goodness for that! Hold onto the kid in you for life, folks.
Let's keep them coming, what kid things do you still enjoy? Let us know in the comment section below!
'Tis the season! No, not that season. The season of summers...weddings. Try as you might, there is just no avoiding all the summer weddings each year. Each summer, you got to make peace with the fact that you'll have barely any pocket change to spend on yourself and you'll be a sweaty mess of a human, standing in some field.
At least some lucky ones get to head to a wedding with an open bar! Here are 29 summer wedding memes that are just way too true!
Everyone can relate to these tweets and memes on some level. And why?
Because socializing is exhausting. You gotta think of questions to ask, topics to dive into, and just hope it'll all be over soon so you can crawl back into your comfortable cave and watch some Netflix. E X H A U S T I N G.
Thankfully, we have these relatable tweets and memes that perfectly sum up what it's like when you hate socializing.
When you think of vacations, you picture yourself out on the beach, or in a hammock sipping a fruity cocktail. The truth is, hammocks are nice once you get in them... but there is no graceful, or easy way out. Thus turning the experience into the complete opposite of relaxing.
Now there's anxiety in it's place, and your foot gets caught in the net as it flips you over, and you land on your back and spend the next few weeks explaining your ginormous bruise to everyone who sees. Doesn't ring a bell? Must've just been me, then.
What these tweets (and I) are trying to saying is... hammocks suck.