It’s almost time for Christmas and if you’re going home, and not necessarily looking forward to it, this is for you. Check out this roundup of funny Tweets about going home for the holidays.
Being home for the holidays can be exciting and exhausting at the same time. While some of us start to feel the pressure of putting our best foot forward for the whole family, others take to the internet to address their nerves.
Here are 22 Funny tweets about going home for the holidays:
1. Here we go!
When you go home for the holidays and your mom brags about you in front of your whole family pic.twitter.com/HN9TFdMcTO
— jephph (@notgeoffrey_) December 16, 2016
2. When you’re friends are scattered all over:
*Home for the holidays after college*
Mom: "Are you going to hang with your friends while you're home?"
Yeah sure let me get right on that pic.twitter.com/LLfaCA3bot
— Love and Light (@taylorjaxgang) December 21, 2016
3. When you want to boycott the whole thing:
i'm not going home for the holidays i've decided i'm boycotting pic.twitter.com/b0If7lzPde
— mol (@thatgirlmoll) December 12, 2016
4. When you’re skilled in that department:
When you get home for Christmas break and mom realizes this isn't your first shot https://t.co/2P8NSCkNDq
— Weekend Schemers (@WeekendSchemers) December 13, 2016
5. When you spend most of the holidays fixing up the internet connection:
Shout-out to everyone going home and becoming family tech support for the holidays
— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) December 22, 2016
6. Going home for the holidays be like:
me going home for the holidays (via @Cosmopolitan) pic.twitter.com/Nd5EGwdOTH
— Bustle (@bustle) December 12, 2016
7. Ain’t it true…
When you're fully an adult and can fend for yourself but you go home for the holidays and all the sudden need your mommy to do everything.
— Camden Scott (@cammiescott) December 15, 2016
8. When you’re the only one left:
Is anyone still in LA ? I feel Harry Potter when everyone went home for Christmas break except him
— MEG (@MegsDeAngelis) December 21, 2016
9. When your weighing up your options…
what if, instead of going home for the holidays next year, I flew somewhere Else and ate pasta salad alone in a hotel room for three days
— Trista Mateer (@tristamateer) December 21, 2016
It doesn't feel like I'm truly home for the holidays until I've taken my parents' phones and said "Here let me show you" at least 25 times.
— Ari Scott (@ariscott) December 19, 2016
Any tree can be a Christmas tree if you yell at your family around it.
— Snorklhuahua (@weinerdog4life) December 12, 2012
12. Fun Christmas Parties:
My mom has been attending her own personal Ugly Christmas Sweater Party every holiday season since '88.
— Amber (@amburgklur) December 16, 2012
13. Keep wishing!
All I want for Christmas is for someone to pay off my debilitating student loans…but I guess this mug is good too, thanks.
— Julia Yorks (@juliayorks) December 21, 2015
Nothing like opening Christmas gifts to remind you that the people you're closest to in the world know absolutely nothing about you.
— Julius Sharpe (@juliussharpe) December 22, 2014
15. The stress of it all:
Think you are chill and laid back? Watch your kid build and decorate a gingerbread house without intervening.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) December 3, 2017
16. Yeah well…
Whether or not you enjoy the holidays is all relatives
— Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) December 24, 2015
17. At least you get to drink some booze:
Happy holidays to all: Here is my recipe for dairy-free, sugar-free, vegan eggnog: Bourbon.
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) December 23, 2015
18. Let’s not forget about the pets…
The real war on Christmas is between my cat and the tree.
— Liz Magee (@JokesMagee) December 18, 2015
19. When you party it up…
[at Christmas party]
Me: I'll just have 1 drink
Friend: Me too
Other friend: Same. I have to get up early tomorrow
[1 hour later] pic.twitter.com/jXHbWiGSNv
— Valerie ?? (@ValeeGrrl) December 22, 2016
20. For some discipline…
That'll get the holiday spirit going? pic.twitter.com/3b1KYXaoVW
— Charlie Capen (@charliecapen) December 20, 2016
21. And don’t even talk about the stress of buying the perfect gifts. This guy is lucky!
I wish my wife would leave me some sort of hint on what she wants for Christmas. pic.twitter.com/YKiTHGPya5
— Rodney Lacroix (@moooooog35) December 19, 2016
22. When you’re looking at the statistics:
Holiday break with kids:
89% Wishful idealism/plans that don't happen
1% Actually being productive
10% Picking out shows on Netflix
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) December 21, 2016
Remember that it’s still the season to be jolly!