Over the years, the internet has become an essential part of our daily life. We just cannot function without our phones, laptops, iPads. We feel the constant need to check our Facebook and Twitter for any kind of news. While the news is important, we cannot take a single bite of our food until we have taken a picture for Snapchat or Instagram. We are living a digital life. Basically, it’s the same what happened to Smeagol when he found the One Ring.
“And we forgot the sound of trees, the softness of the wind, we even forgot our own names. We swears to do what you wants. We swears. My precious! My precious!”
Among these websites, Twitter is the most popular.
Ever since it’s creation in 2006, our lives revolve around tweets and hashtags. We are always a hashtag away from the latest news about entertainment, sports and politics. Our favourite celebrities are within our reach. We can pour our hearts out (or bash the shit out of them) any time we want.
Because of it, everyone has become a digital comedian.
It gives us 140 characters to flex our humour muscles. You can spend hours scrolling and laughing. Also, it helped people to express themselves in ways they were could before. It has produced some of the funniest tweets of all time which should go in the archives.
Here are some of the funniest tweets of all times.
waiter, there's a reflection of a sad and lonely man in my soup
— the garbage shit boy (@davedittell) March 11, 2014
Wear only a towel around your waist and you can get into just about anywhere if you just repeat "so sorry so sorry" and keep moving forward.
— Ted Travelstead (@trumpetcake) August 19, 2014
Kylie Jenner pregnant RIGHT before the 10-year Kardashian anniversary. I tell ya, the Devil works but Kris Jenner works harder.
— J'na (@jnajefferson) September 22, 2017
How does the little mermaid decide which creatures are her friends and which ones are her bra
— Flora underscore underscore Flora 🦄🦋 (@Flora__Flora) June 29, 2017
me pretending to have 5 years experience at an entry level interview pic.twitter.com/4hdnvQuNx9
— jaboukie young-white (@jaboukie) August 8, 2017
FRIEND: Want to do Escape the Room?
ME: Dude like 90% of my life is me trying to figure out how to get out of places I don't want to be
— Mara “Get Rid of the Nazis” Wilson (@MaraWilson) May 15, 2017
Pakistani people are among the best digital comedians.
Pakistani people have the ability to turn any situation into a funny situation. Actually, this is our coping mechanism. Similarly, social media is one place where we can be our funniest selves.
A couple of days ago, one Twitterati, Rana Talha Afsar started the funniest thread on his account.
He posted a punny status featuring a character from the hit tv show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
After that, Charles BOYLE made an appearance.
Also, Holt was involved.
Meantime, more people started joining in.
Everybody’s favourite Uncle Majboor was a part of it.
Phir le aya dil pic.twitter.com/cIaXtAAyHm
— عبداللہ (@abdullahmajeed_) June 9, 2018
Oh dang! This song!
RAMZAAN AAYA pic.twitter.com/foUy2pgw0G
— Jawad Yousfani. (@JawadYousfani) June 9, 2018
I mean, how creative are these people!
Kheeche mujhe koi do'ar pic.twitter.com/Qscd0Tk6gQ
— Misbah Ahmad (@ma__ch96) June 9, 2018
Seriously though, can you see him?
Mera dil tarap rha hai mera jal rha pic.twitter.com/ZsOOn7SUnU
— daنiyal (@ninetytwo48) June 9, 2018
This is one of the classics.
Akhiyan milayun, kabhi akhiyan churayun kya tunay kiya pic.twitter.com/s970Z2FBWy
— Hira. (@HeeriPeeri) June 10, 2018
Similarly, this is another brilliant use of an amazing classic.
YAY JO pic.twitter.com/LPT9oQ7Gwu
— Mino (@its_Minoo) June 10, 2018
Lastly, the award for the punniest and funniest tweet goes to,
Han seekha mene pic.twitter.com/qVmxHamkne
— Yeah Seen (@myaseenayub) June 11, 2018
Although we may not be the perfect nation, we are one of the funniest. When it comes to comedy, nobody is as creative and brilliant as Pakistanis. Since our road to success is always under construction, we take a detour through comedy.