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I ISN'T A PEEP I NOT FILLED WITH MASHMALLOW I FILL WITH RAGE
— birdsrightsactivist (@ProBirdRights) April 16, 2017
Humor on Twitter’s something of an art form. Fitting an a clever aside or a witty aphorism in 140 characters is quite a challenge. Nihilist Arby’s rises to it brilliantly.
Spoiler alert: you will soon die and your flesh will spoil.
— Nihilist Arby's (@nihilist_arbys) September 10, 2015
It can be ready as tragic or horrifying. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t hilarious, too. Personally, I find dark humor to be therapeutic.
We’re doomed. But that doesn’t mean we can’t laugh about it.
Your decisions are pointless and your life is ruled by chance. Your existence is galactically irrelevant
Eat at Arbys
— Nihilist Arby's (@nihilist_arbys) August 17, 2015
Yeah, it’s crass to laugh at your own jokes, but sometimes something meets your own tough standards of what you consider to be both funny and witty:
— El Shawno Deluxe (@Random_Shawness) January 13, 2015
Today’s Daily Post wants to know what our favorite procrastination destination is. I’ve got two.
First, I like putting things off by hanging out at the Midtown Scholar after work or on the weekends. It’s a convenient two-and-a-half blocks from my house. The coffee’s good, the baristas are friendly and interesting, and there’s always the hundreds of thousands of used and rare books that can be browsed should one feel the need to get up and take a walk.
My second form of procrastination is @Midnight‘s #hashtagwars. It’s a glaring example of ‘sleep procrastination’ but it’s just so damned fun. And besides, I need an outlet for my inner Smart-Ass lest it surface at work and get me into trouble.
I could go into greater detail about both, but, nah, I’ll get around to it later. 😉