So as the end of the year approaches ever faster, it’s time to reflect on the minor dumpster fire that was 2018. There were highs, there were lows. There were even more lows. There’s nothing like the end of the year to bring about serious feelings of nostalgia, and given that we were given the gift of living in the age of the internet, it’s never been easier to look back. To accurately sum up the mess that 2018 is, let’s all take a little stroll through yesteryear at the best tweets from the past 12 months.
look at this absolute unit. pic.twitter.com/LzcQ4x0q38
— The Museum of English Rural Life (@TheMERL) April 9, 2018
me choosing my outfit everyday pic.twitter.com/a39XMLw0vw
— satan (@vampiregaI) May 2, 2018
Is… is this an improved version of the “Distracted Boyfriend” meme pic.twitter.com/VihmJGDnx6
— SKYLXRK.HQX (@skylxrksays) October 1, 2018
— Bess Kalb (@bessbell) April 4, 2018
One Weird Trick To Getting Universal Healthcare That American Insurance Companies Don’t Want You To Know pic.twitter.com/IvSwy0Efgo
— LadyBusiness’ haunted Valentine’s poinsettia (@LadyBusiness_) May 19, 2018
trying to apply what your therapist says pic.twitter.com/avffXAgpsp
— bubba’s mittens ❄☃️ (@HyFiology) August 14, 2018
Elon Musk: Hey babe where do you want to go to dinner ?
Grimes : pic.twitter.com/JMBr9ojh1b
— Myrtle Snow (@fatandfem) May 9, 2018
me talking to a friend: like yes, intimacy is great, but am i really ready for a full relationship right now?
instagram ad: Do you feel like yes, intimacy is great, but am i really ready for a full relationship right now? If so, you should shop at this online thrift store
— jaboukie (@jaboukie) March 5, 2018
i love how brooklyn nine nine predicted its own fate lmao pic.twitter.com/5ocOzkZ11K
— klayre (@klairvoyance) May 12, 2018
Relationship status : this girl. pic.twitter.com/AODDC5sN4g
— Alexios. (@Hamdttitude) March 10, 2018
canceling plans is ok. staying home to cook is ok. disappearing for a bit to get your life together is ok. resurfacing in a foreign country with a new name 10 years later is ok. it’s called self care
— Kevin Farzad (@KevinFarzad) January 13, 2018