14 of the funniest tweets about drinking

Apr 25, 2018


funniest tweets about drinking
If we know anything about social media and drinking, it’s that they not only make for a splendid pair, but they also produce some of the funniest tweets out there. Take a quick look at our top fifteen tweets about drinking.

1. Round and round…

 

We’ve all got ‘that friend’ who could’ve very easily been the author of this fantastic tweet.

 

2. Those famous last words

 

The queen of Twitter comedy, Anna Kendrick, is responsible for launching some of the best one-liners out into the Twitter-sphere. Her ability to articulate thoughts that make you nod in agreement every single time is beyond us, so we simply can’t get enough of her!

 

 

3. Don’t drink and train!

Everyone that has ever tried to train for any kind of sporting endeavour will relate strongly to this one. Weekends are for resting, – not running – so grab a mate, crash on the sofa and partake in your favourite tipple!

 

4. Nicely done, Drunk Mike

 

Mike’s definitely on to something here. How many times have you gone to resume your favourite crime series on Netflix only to discover that your ‘Recommended’ list is full of bizarre foreign French films and every drag-related show ever made? We’d like to keep our drunk antics separate from our sober ones, and now we can!

 

5. The Circle of Wine

 

So much truth in such a short tweet. It’s like some bottles are just destined to an infinite loop of dinner party musical chairs.

 

6. I did that?!

 

Some say that a touch of memory loss is part of the fun of drinking, which in this case, may actually be true. Who doesn’t love hearing a story about themselves, especially for the first time? Let’s just hope it was a funny one…

 

7. The riddle master!

 

Internet banking can be tricky at the best of times, but when you try to combine authorisation codes with whiskey sours (and the accompanying blurry vision), you’re bound to get stuck. Luckily, it’s probably for the best. Otherwise, you’d probably be buying the whole bar another round, while you’re in the ‘generous’ stage of tipsy.

 

8. The time when sober you is proud of drunk you…

 

Any frequent drinker will recall that moment of panic when you first wake up and are trying to locate your valuables, which is soon followed by the sweet relief of finding them and drifting back to sleep. It’s all part of the drinking experience!

 

9. …And the time when sober you is not so proud of drunk you!

 


This tweet might just turn us off drinking forever. Comedian Brett Osinoff made us cringe, laugh, and slightly gag simultaneously, something that isn’t all that easy to do. If you’ve ever felt like this, maybe it’s time to cut back on the cosmos.

 

10. ‘Brush my teeth with a bottle of Jack…’

 


Another relatable cracker from the ever-hilarious star. If you ever ‘wake up in the morning feeling like P Diddy’, then you definitely know what Anna is talking about here.

 

11. Every woman out there can relate to this

 


Alcohol affects us all in different ways. Some become soppy, some like to pick a fight, and some become the life of the party. It’s a perfect analogy.

 

12. When it’s time to leave

 


‘Nothing good ever happens after 3:00am’ is a phrase that often rings true, but there’s always at least one person who just doesn’t know when to call it a night. This tweet is so relatable that it’s not even funny.

 

 

13. The wine connoisseur

 

We at World’s Best Bars know our malbecs from our merlots, although, that’s not always been the case. Here’s a flashback to your early drinking days. And don’t worry, even the most knowledgeable of drinkers have made similar gaffes. A tweet to make you chuckle, indeed!

 

14. So many cocktails, so little time!


And one from yours truly to finish off the list! Seriously though… only 1 hour?

 

We hope you enjoyed our list! And who knows? Maybe your next night out will result in a funny tweet (or two) that’s worthy of being on here!

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