The 12 Best Irish Tweets This Week
To tweet is human, to be gas – divine.
Fortune favours the gas, and this is wildly evident from the carry on of the best and brightest tweeters Ireland has to offer.
This week has been particularly politics heavy, given the leaders' debate, but even still, the atypicalness of the rest of our great nation has not gone unnoticed.
Here are this week's 12 best tweets from our humble Twitter royal family.
We are not worthy.
1. This accurate portrayal by @dgahk
2. Irish College nostalgia with @SteLFC91
WOOAAHHOO BLACK BETTY pic.twitter.com/V4zsVaVRJH— Ste (@notstelfc) February 17, 2016
3. Fashion tips with @incogellen
It's me, your unhappily married aunt who was recently mauled by a puma pic.twitter.com/lXuQGN4lLQ— Ellen For Yes (@incogellen) February 16, 2016
4. Zoology with @pallidamors
Only in Limerick would you see a camel wandering around the place 🐫 pic.twitter.com/r1NU27uPwx— Kelly 🌹 (@pallidamors_) February 11, 2016
5. Modern culture with @colmtobin
Ireland pic.twitter.com/brPZehutCs— Colm Tobin (@colmtobin) February 16, 2016
6. Adulthood with @InfiniteJess
I think my favourite part of teaching is that I win every single staring contest— Together 4 Jess (@InfiniteJess) February 16, 2016
7. Real talk with @HollyShortall
also I would love to be one of those people in M&S with a trolley, not just going in ten mins before they close looking for yellow stickers— Holly x (@hollyshortall) February 16, 2016
8. Comfort with @foreveralowen
If you ever get stressed about your love life, just remember that Sofia Vergara didn't meet Joe Manganiello til she was 42. Be Sofia Vergara— becky ann leeman (@foreveralowen) February 17, 2016
9. Dad jokes with @fuchsiamacaree
My dad: "where's the craic in Newcastle? ON THAT SIGN" oh god let me out of this car I'm hitching home pic.twitter.com/z7YUox0OUq— Fuchsia MacAree (@fuchsiamacaree) January 30, 2016
10. The spoken word with @ciannugent
Honestly heard a guard on the radio use the phrase gangbanger referring to recent killings— Cian Nugent (@ciannugent) February 11, 2016
11. What we want to hear with @CarolineForan
I really think there's a gap in the market for an Irish model or personality to release a book on deep fried food. Clean eating is so 2015.— Caroline Foran (@CarolineForan) February 16, 2016
12. And, keeping it real with @alan_maguire
Socialist in the tweets, buying things to cheer myself up in the streets— TÁlan (@alan_maguire) January 13, 2016