Paris Hilton Massively Regrets Asking Twitter 'What's On Your Mind'
I don’t know if you’ve heard of it, but Twitter (pronounced Twit-ter) is an ingenious little platform that allows millions of people around the world to connect to each other (and more importantly, their favourite celebrities) in an instant.
Unfortunately, however, it also provides a voice to the otherwise voiceless people in society. You know the ones I’m talking about – the folk who feel empowered after writing an offensive slur in a comments section on YouTube.
Luckily, these keyboard warriors are in the minority, and for the most part, there’s a lot of clever people out there sharing witty musings and anecdotes on a daily basis.
But don’t take my word for it, just ask Paris Hilton, who recently shared an image of herself with the caption ‘what’s on your mind?’
What's on your mind? pic.twitter.com/coinxJfDXP
— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) September 10, 2017
Anyway, it turns out there was a lot of things on people’s minds, and they decided to share them with the reality TV star and the rest of us.
Some of these are actually pretty thought-provoking; not exactly ponder-your-own-existence deep, but the type of shit you talk about when you’re really, really stoned.
if ghosts can walk thru walls how come they don’t fall thru floors?
— FredFlunk (@fredflunk) 11 September 2017
will there ever be a yoghurt pot strong enough to hold a spoon when it's empty https://t.co/NLa4ZN7bK5
— Michael Spicer (@MrMichaelSpicer) September 11, 2017
My car says it has 43 miles of petrol in it… realistically, down hill, will this do a 52 mile journey in the morning?
— Twinks (@tinytwink) September 10, 2017
If the person who invented the drawing board had failed, what would he have gone back to?
— Malcolm Horner (@mal393) 11 September 2017
How did Thunderbird 4 get back out of the water into its pod, how did Thunderbird 2 retrieve the pod & where was Gordon during all this.
— PrestwichBlue (@PrestwichBlue) September 11, 2017
Do dogs know that they are dogs?
— Steve W (@SteveDubs_) 11 September 2017
Wondering what's the minimum number of dimensionless physical constants from which all other dimensionless physical constants can be derived
— Man In The Suitcase (@HermitMark) September 10, 2017
Why does the word “ambiguous” only have one meaning? 🤔
— Pete Oxley (@peterdoxley) 11 September 2017
why have you never been to West Bromwich?
— (((StarrFaithful))) (@StarrOutlook) September 10, 2017
Why does swimming turn my ballsack into turtle leather?
— 46 Shades of Gray (@44shadesofgray) 12 September 2017
The monkey that took the selfie and whether he is happy these days.
— Michael (@Twitrannosaurus) 10 September 2017
Dominos or Pizza Hut?
— Alex Hales (@AlexHales1) September 11, 2017
What was the best thing before sliced bread?
— PrestwichBlue (@PrestwichBlue) 11 September 2017
Why do your feet smell but your nose runs?
— Jeff Ingleby (@jingleby) 11 September 2017
What’s another word for “thesaurus?”
— Esther Ciammachilli (@EE_Chilli) 11 September 2017
Why is my G spot up my arse?
— Beane Noodler (@Beane_Noodler) 11 September 2017
If your shirt isn’t tucked into your pants, then are your pants tucked into your shirt???
— will (@will_w5) 12 September 2017
Is sand called sand because it’s between the sea and the land? 🤔
— Rob Creed (@Bobbysunset) 11 September 2017
How would you go about selling a combine harvester to an Eskimo ?
— el diablo rojo UK (@elDiabloRojoUK) 11 September 2017
If a dogs eat a hot dog, is that canine cannibalism?
— Paul Waltham (@walth80) 10 September 2017
I’m wondering whether messi could do it on a cold Tuesday night in December at the Britannia
— Neal Kinsman (@NealKinsman) 11 September 2017
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