We cover a lot of stupid on Twitter. And luckily for us, there never seems to be a shortage of stupid … we call that job security (thank you, stupid people). However, every once in a while we come across a thread that has NOTHING to do with politics and everything to do with what makes Twitter great. And sure, we do our fair amount of complaining about the chaos, but it’s threads like this that keep us laughing:
isnt rick and morty that thing you get when you die and your body gets all stiff
— common sad girl (@sadgirlkms) December 10, 2017
You're thinking of rigor mortis. Rick and morty is when you get trolled into watching "never gonna give you up"
— uᴉʌǝʞ (@PokeTrainer7) December 11, 2017
That’s rickrolling. Rick and morty is a type of pasta
— Em (@Barnesy_Jr) December 11, 2017
That’s rigatoni. Rick and Morty is the study of rheumatism, arthritis, and other disorders of the joints, muscles, and ligaments.
— madison (@mtaucoin) December 11, 2017
that’s rheumatology. Rick and morty is an isopod crustacean of the family Armadillidiidae.
— donna (@bornofcorn) December 11, 2017
that's roly poly. rick and morty is the character will ferrel plays in talladega nights
— festive lexi (@toastmama) December 11, 2017
Thats Ricky Bobby. Rick and Morty is a show about a pawnshop where you never know whats coming in through the door
— Matthew Walker (@MatthewLWalker1) December 11, 2017
Wait…isn't Rick and Morty the character Dwayne Johnson played before he became The Rock??
— '93 (@tenacious_diaz_) December 12, 2017
Nah, you are thinking of the touching underdog story Rocky III. Rick and Morty is is an English former footballer and manager and was most recently Academy Director for Norwich City.
— Alberto Sánchez (@alberto_106) December 12, 2017
No, you are thinking of Richard Money. Rick and Morty is a line from the LL Cool J song “How I’m Comin’”
— C-Mac (@CMacDoc) December 12, 2017
— basura (@madchicanita) December 11, 2017
HA HA HA HA.
Rick and Morty Itis. The twins, how are they doing?
— bad websites (@badwebsites) December 12, 2017
No. That condition is called Post Mortem Erectile Function
— The Meme Squid (@MysterMyke) December 12, 2017
— Gideon Miracle (@Miracle__Man__) December 12, 2017
Sometimes we all just need to laugh, and this thread DELIVERED.
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