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!
Husband is listening to The Wall while I try to read.Music normally isn’t an issue but there are sirens and yelling kids.Because Pink Floyd.
— BlackWhiteReadBooks (@BWRBooks) December 30, 2014
can’t wait for my kids to ask me what kind of music I listened to when I was younger and I will proudly play IDFWU for them — Maggie Eliasen (@maggie_eliasen) December 30, 2014
When I get married and have kids I’ll wake my kids up by putting their headphones on and blast heavy metal music at full volume
— Belen Lopez (@Urmy1andonly1d) December 29, 2014
I’m pretty relaxed about the music I let my kids hear. They are not allowed to hear “Sister Ray” until they can legally drink. — Ben O’Connell (@benjamin_oc) December 29, 2014
really had to fight the urge to blast the music and turn up when Tuesday came on the radio while I was with the kids
— Nikkita SaRae (@kitaboo_x3) December 29, 2014
How I will discipline my kids: You put that phone away or I’m gonna make you listen to country music! — Childish Bridgebino (@bridgette_5) December 29, 2014
My kids are playing the Titanic music as Harry destroys the elder wand #smh
— CF Winn (@KafeCastro) December 29, 2014
Kids, don’t do drugs. Because then you’ll end up at an electric music festival, and nobody wants that. — Mimi (@MimiBinetti) December 29, 2014
GooglePlay I love your music categories: “Music for looking at pictures of your ex.” or “Music to raise your kids to”
— Gurrillah!! (@R0ver86) December 29, 2014
Kids learned “bubble base, no trouble” song from friends and no amount of children music is driving it from their minds. Grocery store = fun — Sarah E Rice Duterte (@engtealady) December 28, 2014
I’m such a good babysitter I swear. Kids love watching music videos…
— Sydney Lanae (@SydddDiddy) December 28, 2014
Should I be concerned my hubby was playing “sweet cherry pie” to the kids to prove there was music about more than American/Apple pie? HELP! — Julie Hunter (@differenthinkin) December 28, 2014
If I have kids, they will be homeschooled using only The Stark Reality Discovers Hoagie Carmichael’s Music Shop as curriculum.
— deathspan (@DEATHSPAN) December 28, 2014
just once i wanna hear an old man say, “the music you kids listen to these days is fucking amazing! so much better than that pat boone crap”
— Michael Che (@CheThinks) December 26, 2014
Facebook makes me sick. Everyone I grew up with is on their 2nd kids and getting married… And I’m thinking about what music to download…
— Keyair Angel (@queenerrin) December 27, 2014
When I’m a parent, I’m buying my kids all their concert tickets bc music is more important than responsible parenting. — ***K A L Y A N I*** (@KalyaniRussnak) December 27, 2014
my kids are starting to realize I write songs for a living. Cherry’s kinda pissed I had nothing to do with Let It Go or the Paw Patrol theme
— frnkiero (@FrankIero) June 18, 2014
Got an iTunes card from one of my water polo kids but I’ve been illegally downloading music for so long I don’t even remember how to use it — samantha. (@samtaybig) December 27, 2014
— Clarissa (@Clarissa_xplain) December 27, 2014
Listening to someone’s Disney Pandora at work reaffirms that my future kids/nieces/nephews are going to listen the HELL out of Disney music — Nick Zacek (@NZacek) December 27, 2014
So much country music and kids with mullets. I’m about to give this kid a haircut at any moment
— sach (@nichas02) December 27, 2014
I made this old man feel better when I told him that kids my age still listen to music using CDs. — Connie Aybar Critto (@ohhaiimconnie) December 26, 2014
— Seantaclaus (@seantaclaus) December 26, 2014
The worst prank you could play on someone is switching their entire music library to the kids bop versions of their songs — Andy Wright (@AndrewWright626) December 26, 2014