Just another round up of some insanely relatable tweets on what it means and feels like to be an adult. Don't worry too much though, we're all miserable together.
Hope that helps!
Ladies, we feel you. Everyone has a blow out once in awhile, and these women are revealing their most outrageous and maybe slightly ridiculous emotional moments. So hang onto your seatbelts, we're about to trek a rollercoaster of emotions.
Twitter user @tinktwink started a thread of women sharing the most irrational things they've done whilst being under the influence of hormones and it doesn't get any realer than this.
This. If you were to read one thread today, let it be this one. Writer and activist, Mark Greene, sums up the #MeToo movement into a series of easy to comprehend tweets, and the best course of action to take to make this world safer, positive, and overall better for women AND men.
Here are 18 tweets that perfectly capture an introverts thoughts. Introverts are many things, we value time to ourselves, love it actually, large groups make us uncomfortable, and we absolutely hate-hate-hate phone calls (why can't you just text?). But most all of, we are silently strong.
It can be tough living as an introvert, especially when your surroundings won't let you be. These spot-on tweets truly capture what it's like to be an introvert, for those of you who don't know what it's like and for those who will resonate with the following:
Huh? Is anyone else here able to decipher what it is she is trying to convey? No one seems to understand the layout of this bathroom and the scenario she described. All the internet detectives sprung forward with questions and possible solutions but will we ever know the truth?
Oh come on, 2019! Throw us a bone here! The Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, was interview by BBC this week and told the world that he believes a female successor would have to be attractive. You heard that correctly. Rajini Vaidyanathan, the BBC News reporter, published the interview on Twitter and it cause a stir as Twitter users are calling to 'cancel' the Dalai Lama. The conversation went like this:
Rajini Vaidyanathan: "You once said that you would be open to a female successor."
The Dalai Lama: "That's also possible."
Rajini Vaidyanathan: "You also told one of my colleagues that, that female must be attractive, otherwise it's not much use...Can you see why that comment upset a lot of women?"
The Dalai Lama: "If a female Dalai Lama comes, she should be more attractive." If not, "people, I think prefer, not see her, that face."
What are your thoughts on what the Dalai Lama is saying? Do you agree or disagree?
Whoa, this is one wild ride! In these 40 tweets, PIXAR fan Rafael Poulain explains how each film is related, and how that relation means the sweet little girl from Monster's Inc. is in fact the same old witch from the film Brave. Read the tweets below and let us know your thoughts! Is it possible or is this theory totally reaching?
Not that there's anything wrong about being single but all women know, when you're at a wedding, everyone -- and we mean everyone -- feels the need to ask about your dating life. Why?
Melissa Croce decided enough was enough. She was gonna create a brochure as to why she is single so everyone can sh*t up and let her be. And of course, the women of Twitter were right there to support her! You go, girl!
Men are always saying that women are complication, difficult to read and understand. But what about men? They're just as difficult to understand! Don't believe us? Just read the posts below. We guarantee you'll leave here knowing one thing, and one thing only, that you don't know anything.