Happy International Women’s Day! Shoutout to local Women too. You’re also pretty great. #InternationalWomensDay
Did you know that you can ask Google Assistant “what's this song?” and then just hum it!? I just learned this and used it to find this (which I grant you, probably lends itself very well to humming).
According to new research, your cat will happily take treats from your enemies.
Your dog, however, will not. https://t.co/c1EnCENCbT
Made the mistake of updating the firmware of my doorbell last week and now it rings my phone, but it doesn't ring the actual chime in the house. Waiting for a warm day to go outside and do a hard reset. @internetofshit
"My brain insists this is photoshopped but it's actually the #1 New Release in Sunglasses on amazon dot com."
via @BoingBoing https://t.co/coIgHUX51I
Eight years ago today I bought a gavel I found in an antique store in Banton, and I've been ruling meetings with an iron fist ever since. https://t.co/k82DHzdvxy
In 2015, two Americans were injured in separate events where a man shot at an armadillo and it ricocheted off its shell.
Woof bark, woof woof.
Eating inside is no picnic.
how am i supposed to explain to my kid that a potato can be either a boy or a girl?? or sometimes have feet instead of eyes?? how do i look my child in the eye and tell them all your body parts are stored in your body via a lil plastic door on your butt twitter.com/AP/status/1364…
here is what. i plan to accomplish today:
2. bark loudly. but at nothing
7. lose my ball under the couch
7b. politely ask the human. to get my ball
3. immediately lose it again. under the same couch
4. big nap. you have worked hard
Bark bark, bark.
Happy Birthday to the legend Kurt Cobain, who would've been 54 today https://t.co/Epw2vPFhxa
Nation’s Idiots Announce Plans To Jump Off Their Roofs Into A Pile Of Snow And Break Their Fucking Legs bit.ly/37ijycg https://t.co/E5gPWY66Td
Americans use the 🍆 emoji twice as often as residents of other countries do. Australians are much more likely to use alcohol-related emoji, while Canadians are disproportionately likely to use the 💩 emoji.
‘I have got a new friend, the finest in the world,’ wrote Lord Byron from Cambridge University in 1807, adding that ‘he should sit for a fellowship.’ He was referring to his pet bear.
Bark woof woof, bark woof.
The Ceremony of the Coin Toss always makes me a bit weepy.
People keep saying this will be a great weekend to hunker down and watch some movies or something (it’s -20) and I wonder where they’ve been for the past 11 months.
SEGEL'S LAW states that "a man with a watch knows what time it is. A man with two watches is never sure."
I wish the back button in Windows 10 did back button things in @MicrosoftEdge instead of exiting and taking me back to the start screen. Is that so much to ask?
Tearful Justin Trudeau Chains Self To Keystone Pipeline To Stop Biden Administration From Destroying Oil Industry Heritage Site bit.ly/39e9l28 https://t.co/Pq1SLa78BT
In 1986 Michael Foot MP was made the chair of a disarmament committee. The Times headline ran: ‘Foot Heads Arms Body’
Londoners have been ordering takeaway curries since at least 1733.
Today is the only day you can tweet this https://t.co/SrJFPxqjUW
Incredible - the longtime admin of QAnon's online home, who propped up mass conspiracies for years, basically goes 'maybe the real Q was the friends we made along the way, ok well stay tuned for my next project!' twitter.com/kevinroose/sta…
Joe Exotic’s 4th Husband https://t.co/IKrT96mCs3
People who do sudoku on paper (as opposed to digitally), how do you do it? I rely on little notes in each square but there isn't space for that doing it on paper.
One of the most popular cookbooks in Victorian Britain - Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management - recommended cooking pasta for one hour and forty-five minutes, and noted that potatoes are "suspicious".
Woof woof woof, woof woof!
Clue from the crossword I did this morning. Five letters. https://t.co/CIfoswh6xM
The surface of the Atlantic Ocean is not level; the water level is a few centimetres higher on the European side than on the Canadian side.
Hello I am brand new to Twitter, what are you guys up to
This concludes the first week of 2021.
“Rectangles” is today's puzzle. The numbers represent the size of the rectangle they're in. Each rectangle contains one number. https://t.co/ieJ0fs2xdf
Day 1 vs. Day 1,448 https://t.co/OohffkCQrc