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!
I feel like in college terms the Kidz Bop kids grow up to be the theatre majors kids of the music industry
— Kat Morschauser (@k_morsch) January 26, 2015
I wonder of my kids will sing as much as I do? and will my husband sing? Will breakfast turn into a musical?
— LC (@praxedes305) January 25, 2015
"If you don't know mi by now…" – very frustrated music teacher halfway into the semester.
— Line Art Lionheart (@notalogin) September 24, 2014
Pops: Turn that mess off! Turn on some revival music! Me: What's revival music? Pops: Revival.sons.punk kids I DONT KNOW! JUST, PUT SOME ON!
— J A N A Y Elizabeth (@ChipperTweett) January 24, 2015
Q: What do you call a music teacher with problems? A: a trebled man.
— UK Playgrounds (@UKPlaygrounds) January 24, 2015
Mom: "These kids have all these fancy new music players and no good new music to listen to." THE TRUTH. IT HAS BEEN SPOKEN
— canihaveajobkthxbai (@jewmare) January 24, 2015
You have made it in the music industry, when your song is remixed by Kids Bop…. Lmao
— PAINTED.LADY_MUA (@aripoeticsoul) January 22, 2015
If you don't want me to sing at your kids then don't name them Roxanne.
— Cara Dawn (@careworn) May 27, 2013
I love the Sound of Music bcos it's like the most irresponsible person on the planet ends up with a rich hot husband and 7 kids.
— Leeanna Barfield (@RockIslandChick) January 22, 2015
What's the point of babysitting if I can't sing frozen songs until the kids get so annoyed they hide in their rooms.
— gandalf the cray (@MallyCorby) January 23, 2015
a teacher once asked me, "what would you do if your future boyfriend likes country music?" and I said, "break up with him" real quick..
— Kiara (@kiararosalieex) January 22, 2015
Wanted: Dead or Alive The music teacher who sent my 3rd grader home with a recorder, and instructions to "practice."
— fuᏒᎥᎾus sᏆᎽᏞᎬs (@philEfanaddict) October 8, 2014
The other day I asked my English teacher if she liked The 1975 and she goes "oh my gosh I love 70's music!" Like no that's not what I meant.
— Emily (@_EmilyMartinez_) January 22, 2015
Serena: what is a music teacher fav pet? Me:? Serena: a trumpPet!!
— Cindy Superville (@moralescynthia) January 22, 2015
Love when a bad ass band plans a reunion tour. Youngsters need know what good music is. But not you New Kids on the Block! Stop that shit!
— Vintage M (@VintageMomma281) January 21, 2015
*music teacher is explaining nodes to us* Me: I have nodes Teacher: (sympathetically) you have nodes..?! …I was just quoting pitch perfect
— alyssa (@wizkhalysssa) January 22, 2015
I’ll sing the Don’t Jealous Me theme song to my kids as a lullaby. Just so they can look forward to becoming adults.
— Mad Scientist (@InnocentAWolfe) January 20, 2015
It’s so awkward when you tweet depressing song lyrics, but people reply with, “what’s wrong?” Like, nothing I’m just listening to music hbu
— ♚ (@HawaiianGrande) January 21, 2015
Whenever one of my kids get upset at work I sing really loud “WHY YOU GOTTA BE SO RUDE?!” can’t tell if they love it or hate it.
— emily christine (@emy_sayz) January 20, 2015
“Mom, you’re not allowed to sing that, especially in my room.” These kids would appreciate Meghan Trainor more if they had some 5am coffee.
— Dreamboat Darling (@Incognicki) January 20, 2015
Tried to learn the guitar but I dropped the pick inside and can’t get it out now, so I guess it wasn’t meant to be
— Brady mccolman (@Bmccolman) January 20, 2015