This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 15

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 15

Remember, kids, you don’t have to give in to peer pressure and Great Pumpkins.

Ahh, the changing of the seasons, the crisp nip in the air, the return of the most horrible of coffees.

Fall is in the air. The turning of the leaves is nigh, the temperatures are hinting at cooling, football begins to appear, the pumpkin returns. For Linus, fall meant his annual wait for the Great Pumpkin was upon him. Linus was routinely mocked for his beliefs, but who’s laughing now? As it turns out, he was a prophet.

Ahh, fall.


Testify!


I wouldn’t know anything about this.


Also possible when Rubio is throwing the ball.


But Trump.

Might be a better candidate than Trump.


See, a potential supporter.


#FeelTheBern

The attendants were jealous of his results and didn’t see the problem.


We’ve all been there.

And wondering what an Alien would think about that.


#Science


If the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit.


This is a legit response.


It’s my first language.


Speaking of language.


In next year’s dictionary, the definition will be updated.


Samuel L. Jackson narrated a book about this.


“I choose not to run.”


“What’s funny, Dad?”


Achievement unlocked.


Kids change you in wonderful ways.

Out of the mouths of babes.


Second verse, same as the first.


Only if they’re non-GMO.


The intransigence is spreading.


The power of persuasion.


I’m sorry, but this is true.

Nicholas Sparks is writing the novel.


Sparks is adapting this, too.


And, for good measure, this one too.


Speaking of Facebook.


“He’s always just out of reach!”


K9 Unit investigations.


Hold on, imma about to become a millionaire.


Neal Dewing disagrees with this tweet.


One ingredient cocktails lead to greatness, though.


Might want to make sure she’s just drinking apple juice.


Trust your instincts.


Dare to dream.

She knows what’s up.


Guess he won’t be supporting Trump.


And thus we reach the conclusion of another exciting edition. Remember, kids, you don’t have to give in to peer pressure and Great Pumpkins. Though, be careful, for if you anger the wrong interstellar being, things could get ugly.

Richard Cromwell is a senior contributor to The Federalist. Follow him on Twitter, @rcromwell4.
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