In the fall, we want more than sunshine, warmth, and good company. To beat the fall blues, everyone needs a good dose of humor. And we’re ready with a great collection that will make you laugh.
We’ve put together some of the funniest tweets that women have sent out. Get a cup of hot chocolate or mulled wine, curl up on the couch with your cat or dog, and start scrolling.
A source reached out to Sophia Armen, who was one of the women whose tweets went very viral. In her post, she said that EU leaders sitting around a round table were like hummus. It got almost 500,000 likes.
I love hummus and it is always on my mind. I couldn’t help it,
Armen explained what inspired her to make the joke.
The image even had the parsley garnish! People around the world expressed they also saw hummus. And once they saw it, that they “couldn’t unsee it.” That is how I felt as well.
The tweet got a lot of love from users in the Middle East. I was happy that a tweet spread a little joy,
As a woman social media can be a scary place, especially when you are outspoken and community-committed. This tweet was a moment of joy that showed universal love of hummus. Just made me smile and laugh.
Some people think that there is something inherently “sexist” about the link between humor, stand-up comedy, and gender. Up until recently, most people thought that stand-up comedy was a job “meant” for men because it required a lot of “aggression.” But this has changed in some ways in the last few years. More and more women are becoming comedians, even though not everyone likes them. A lot of female stand-up comedians use humor to talk about their political views and support feminism.
People know that humor has good effects. One study found that laughing can help lower blood pressure. While another shows that laughing can help get rid of anxiety and other bad feelings. In other words, if you’re laughing, you’re probably not going to cry soon.
Laughing can also make your immune system stronger, improve your blood flow, calm your stress hormones, and even help you feel better when you’re in pain. When you look at it this way, there isn’t much that laughter can’t help with. Laughter can make you feel better and give you more energy. Of course, it can’t take the place of exercise, a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and, if you need it, medication or therapy prescribed by a doctor.