It doesn’t matter if you’re a casual music listener or a dedicated audiophile, a beginning music student or a talented musician. Whatever your music tastes, one thing is clear, music play a huge part in our lives and in our world.
It’s always interesting to talk about music, and even more so in this ever-changing digital age, when we’re not just talking about music anymore. Now we’re tweeting about it!
Here are some of the funniest tweets about music we’ve seen this week!
There’s one of three things a person thinks of when they hear the word ‘grande’: -Coffee -Nachos -Ariana
— §hannon (@GASPItsAlto) January 12, 2015
How do people play the guitar so easily? Who invented this thing? Why are my fingers bleeding???
— Toosh (@thushiee) January 12, 2015
I was legit just looking for my earphones, the whole time while listening to music wearing them. smh
— T-MONEY (@TrentonTolbert) January 12, 2015
Kids just saw the “Annie” movie. Now they “play Annie”, where they sing while washing floors and making beds. Thank you, Quvenzhané.
— Willie Geist (@WillieGeist) January 1, 2015
— Matt Murphy (@mattcmurphy) January 11, 2015
My kids make me very nervous when they sing along to @BrunoMars “up town funk you up”. Sure I wont be the only parent thinking that
— Martyn Pottage (@martynpottage) January 11, 2015
When the kids go to sleep I dance around the house and sing to myself. I hope my bosses don’t actually watch the nanny cam footage…
— Morgan Czyzewicz (@MorganMadnesss) January 10, 2015
Nothing prepares you for the moment you ask one of your kids to sing something besides frozen and she replies with:’I’m bringing booty back’
— Brooke Anderson (@bgillAnderson) January 10, 2015
Not to brag, but when I sing, my kids remind me that I’d get no chair turns on The Voice.
— Sunil Kumar (@sunil_kumar121) January 9, 2015
I like to imagine Selena Gomez will sing “Come & Get It” to her kids to let them know that dinner is on the table. — Sarah (@sarahjburt) January 8, 2015
Step dad just caught me dancing to no music in the kitchen. This is awkward. Just gonna leave early to my dentist appointment.
— Amanda Schaefer (@PandaSchaefer) January 8, 2015
The awkward moment when you’re jamming hardcore to Disney music in your car, look over and two large men are staring at you in their truck. — Annalise Bockin (@rockin_bockin) January 7, 2015
I can’t wait until kids in band class in the future see sharp signs and wonder why their music has hashtags.
— Ryan Jensen (@iamryanjensen) May 2, 2013
My mom goes into Ethan’s room cuz she heard him crying. This little boy manage to pull his piano up to his bed and was playing while crying.
— Queen Bae (@GlamazonJay) January 8, 2015
One-Eyed Doll is basically what would happen if Amanda Palmer, her husband Neil Gaiman, and Roald Dahl formed a gothcore band — Grace Sophia (@wingsmadeofsand) January 7, 2015
other kids: ***gets grounded for drugs and alcohol*** me: ***gets grounded because my music is too loud when I take a shower***
— äłėx (@smito__) January 8, 2015
Best thing to do one calm day? Learn a new song on guitar… (Until you get frustrated and it’s no longer a calm day) — ∞❁Fall❁∞ (@AutumSzparaga) January 8, 2015
Kids I grew up with are getting married and I got ready to One Direction music this morning…
— Regan Bush (@reganalyse7) January 8, 2015
If I had a nickel for every time my dad said “You kids…” to me while talking about music I’d be a very rich girl nanananananananaaaaaa — ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (@whereismaddy) January 8, 2015
I hate when little kids come walking by you and look at your computer screen. Trying to watch a music video with a pillow fight over here.
— Pwnage Pwr (@ThePWNagePWR) January 8, 2015
Dad: “I bet all the kids on Carteret have a record.” Me: “A police record?” Dad: “No, a music record.” — Classic Jim (@JimLester1) January 8, 2015
My kids are singing along to rachet music and I just don’t have the energy to steer them in a better direction.
— Anne Evans Cody (@anneevanscody) January 8, 2015
i didn’t know how much kids love bruno mars until my 12-year-old cousin played his “lazy song” video on music choice four times in a row.
— Shams Sharieff (@shamssharieff) January 8, 2015
“Who needs Coachella, kids? You’ve got all the awesome music you need with Coach CELLO right here!” – the cool high school orchestra teacher — Eric J. Stolze (@ericjstolze) January 7, 2015