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101 Funny Book Tweets

We talk a lot of shit about Twitter, but it’s actually a wonderful platform for pithy jokes. To celebrate me finally getting in gear and properly starting a dedicated Keeping Up With The Penguins Twitter account, here are 101 funny book tweets. (Okay, fine, I also needed to find a use for the ridiculously large bank of screenshots taking up space on my phone…)

101 Funny Book Tweets - Keeping Up With The Penguins

Funny Book Tweets of 2022

Relatable Funny Book Tweets

Screenshot of tweet from @PatrickNathan
"me: "omg I can't wait to read this!"
me: *places it on shelf for six years*"

Funny Book Tweets About Pride And Prejudice

Read my review of Pride And Prejudice here.

Funny Book Tweets About Moby Dick

Read my review of Moby Dick here.

Funny Book Tweets About The Brontës

Read more about the Brontës here.

Funny Book Tweets About Frankenstein

Read my review of Frankenstein here.

Funny Tweets About Kids Books

Screenshot of a Tweet from @blackcindy: "Matilda was dead ass walking around with adoption papers fjjcjffc my good sis was ready to kick it"

Funny Book Tweets About Kafka

Funny Book Tweets About To Kill A Mockingbird

Read my review of To Kill A Mockingbird here.

Funny Book Tweets About The Picture Of Dorian Gray

Read my review of The Picture Of Dorian Gray here.

More Funny Book Tweets

Screenshot of a Tweet by @joboyley: "My daughter has started a story and 'Rebecca' no longer has the greatest opening lines in literature." with a picture of a handwritten note that says: "As the day becomes night, the ghosts start to stir. Some littrely start to stir, because they are chef ghosts."

2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the early morning laughs! That was such a refreshing read. Collating the collective wit of book nerds from social media can’t have been an easy task but you did it, and I love it. So many of them seem to make a scary sort of common sense too.

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