If there’s one thing that never fails to make us smile, it’s hilarious and totally sarcastic tweets about living in London.
A message of hope from a local ticket machine. pic.twitter.com/3AL3dQbF4f
— James Doleman (@jamesdoleman) October 29, 2015
What a way to make a living. pic.twitter.com/iT1BPXjYgp
— T’Other Simon (@TOther_Simon) February 17, 2015
Millennials are so spoilt with their smartphones & tablets. All we had at their age was the ability to buy property in Central London.
— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) October 18, 2015
“where are you from?”
“No I mean, where are you from-from?”
“A vagina. I’m from a vagina. And yourself?”
— Kelechi Okafor (@kelechnekoff) October 21, 2013
*12 buses, 6 Ubers, crawls the final 2 streets*
Colleague: how was your journey in?
Me: yeah, not bad thanks.@SoVeryBritish #TubeStrike
— Jamie McCormack (@timeforjamie) January 9, 2017
Happy Monday morning #London.
Due to the #TubeStrike TFL has released an updated map of the underground network… pic.twitter.com/f1xItAcwKN
— Gerry Stergiopoulos (@GerryGreek) January 9, 2017
That’s they joys of living in the countryside… the only #TubeStrike we get up here is if someone whacks you with a packet of Smarties
— Tom (@tomstyleo) January 9, 2017
also does anyone else find it weird that the middle of the House of Lords is basically laid out like a shoe shop pic.twitter.com/iNCdQPleDV
— Jon Stone (@joncstone) February 20, 2017
i feel like this crab is threatening me pic.twitter.com/0j80edFc8p
— hang marine A (@posadistintl) February 20, 2017
“Do you think people will know that says arise?”
“Yeah, go for it” pic.twitter.com/LoJiMoCmoh
— Alistair Coleman (@alistaircoleman) February 27, 2017
hugh grant and colin firth are ok I guess but surely the most desirable thing in bridget jones is her one bedroom flat in borough market
— annie (@annieakaannie) February 20, 2017
Today is gonna be the day that they’re gonna throw it back to you pic.twitter.com/qCoF30eEWK
— Sean Leahy (@thepunningman) February 7, 2017
Breaking: I will shortly be announced as editor of Heat magazine….
— Ed Miliband (@Ed_Miliband) March 17, 2017
Thursday: Noel Fielding named host of GBBO
Fri: George Osborne new editor of Evening Standard
Sat: Sonic the Hedgehog becomes Labour leader
— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) March 17, 2017
Seven sisters in Seven Sisters pic.twitter.com/qInm0FtJvz
— Jarambe (@J2ocean) March 10, 2017
the british womens march signs are definitely my favourite pic.twitter.com/ToXGmadxbB
— cec (@ronaIdbilius) January 21, 2017