Are you tired of the pregnancy jokes yet? Or the people texting their ex's saying “I miss you”? Well, so is the rest of the Internet.
If there's one thing the Internet is good at, it's snark. Here are the best mostly snarky (a few serious) April Fools' tweets that express how tired we are with this holiday.
“Oh boy! Tomorrow is April Fool's Day! My time to SHINE!” – a terrible person
— John Moe (@johnmoe) March 31, 2014
I've just set this up as an April Fool's joke on a colleague tomorrow. I can hardly breathe through laughing. pic.twitter.com/XDdUGj7d5h
— Jamie McKelvie (@McKelvie) March 31, 2014
we’re only a week away from april fool’s, aka literally the worst day on the internet
— Boring Tweeter (@b0ringtweets) March 31, 2014
ha ha april fools. oh god i hate april fools. oh god i hate people who complain about april fools. oh god i hate meta things. oh god i hate.
— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) April 1, 2014
Hey brands on twitter, if you're planning an April Fool's joke tomorrow, it's not too late to delete your twitter account forever.
— Tim (@TimHerrera) March 25, 2014
To everyone's April fools jokes today: pic.twitter.com/LjUiMC3E5i
— Girl Struggles (@TheTumblrPosts) April 1, 2014
today's actual spring time weather in New York is the cruelest April Fools prank of them all pic.twitter.com/rzwMSvIZCE
— dan (@dcseifert) April 1, 2014
SF startups spend thousands of dollars on April Fool's joke sites when they could donate the money to help the city's homelessness instead.
— Nick Bilton (@nickbilton) March 31, 2014
Ah, April fools. The day when the Internet is a little more annoying.
— Zach Weinersmith (@ZachWeiner) April 1, 2014
Corporations are not people. They don't get religions. They don't get to vote. And they don't get to do April Fool's Day jokes.
— Derek Powazek (@fraying) March 31, 2014
April Fools isn’t the holiday the Internet needs, it’s the holiday the Internet deserves.
— Will Smith (@willsmith) April 1, 2014