The 11 Best Irish Tweets Of The Week
'I was watching a great episode of grand designs the other day where the 2008 market crash happened mid-build, it was thrilling.'
You guys, you've done it again.
Broken the internet once more, and made our jobs very easy.
So, without further delay, here's the best tweets of the week, with thanks to Irish Twitter.
1. A year of loss
My dad wrote a poem called 2016: A Year Of Loss:— Ellen Tannam (@incogellen) December 1, 2016
'David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, Fidel Castro, Toblerone'
if you're paying more than €6 for 4 cans you're paying too much— country mac (@pitbullnudes) November 30, 2016
no one dies a fridget life shifts us all in the end— orla (@roastbeefdinner) November 26, 2016
4. Em... Did nobody tell you?
5. Power hungry
This picture of Nicola Sturgeon looking hungrily at the Proclamation is giving me life. pic.twitter.com/yjpyLjY0aA— Joey (@JoeyKavanagh_) November 29, 2016
6. Desperate times
Does anyone need a kidney I can give them for money for Primavera pls and thanks— Me, Stacy (@SilverStGroud) November 30, 2016
7. Meet-cutes for all
Two straight boys (rides) on the bus talking about their girlfriend being head melts. I think I've seen this one. They end up together.— Cormac Cashman (@CormacCashman) November 26, 2016
8. World travel
Is the only reason Irish do a TEFL is to go out to Asia and teach the kids this? pic.twitter.com/6tV7P7TEtj— Conor (@_ConorQ) December 1, 2016
I think Lindsay might be in a cult, one where she is the only member. pic.twitter.com/4zTHZtyiFq— Louise Bruton (@luberachi) November 27, 2016
10. Sweet memories
I was watching a great episode of grand designs the other day where the 2008 market crash happened mid-build, it was thrilling.— Jack Williamson (@prisonskillz) November 25, 2016
11. And finally, name and shame
I invested 21 years of friendship into this man and it took just four small words to make it all come crashing down pic.twitter.com/Ijakb9j7n9— Peter Walsh (@peterrrwalsh) November 29, 2016