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!
It’s a new year, and we’re making resolutions about music! From wanting to learn a new instrument, to checking your headphones for bugs, here are some of the funniest tweets about music we’ve seen this week!
I genuinely want to learn the guitar but at the same time I want someone hot to teach me & I’ll be act rlly cute & we can make out instead
— faerie prince ✨ (@autrose_) January 5, 2015
There are actually kids in this country that think Kanye West gave Paul McCartney his break in music. I know. Horrifying. — Jaime Primak (@JaimePrimak) January 4, 2015
Love how my kids think I have no clue what music they’re listening to. “Porn Star Dancing” was on my walkman while you were gestating.. K.
— Miss D (@danute629) January 4, 2015
Benefits of going back to work: have already expunged two weeks of kids’ songs and dire pop music with Slayer and Fear Factory. — Zakk Mylde (@hamo_d) January 4, 2015
One of my kids has actually developed a good taste in music. Unfortunately for the other two there is no hope.
— Suzanne (@southendsuzanne) January 4, 2015
Forever confused because the baby from The Labyrinth looks like the child in MGMT’s music video “Kids”. — Chelsea . (@_essentiallyme) January 4, 2015
Just turned 22, and I’m about to go outside and yell at the kids that are blaring their music, so now I’m thinking I actually turned 70.
— Jordan Tech (@JordanRaeTech) January 4, 2015
Kids committing crimes because of the music they listen to? Well I never killed a sheriff but I’ve been known to whip it, whip it good. — Shaun Right Now (@ShaunRightNow) May 17, 2013
neighbours are now playing country music and it’s upsetting me? this man sings so sad? why did his wife leave him? why did she take the kids
— rawan (@wangsquad) January 4, 2015
i pray that drake & taylor swift never end up dating then breaking up, cos none of us deserve to hear the music they would make after — curv’Ed (@EdwindelaRenta) January 4, 2015
New years resolution: Always check for spiders in headphones before bumpin some music — #POLORICAN GB1RD (@gb1rdx) January 3, 2015
New year, freshly updated advice for my kids: if you’re gonna love dumb music, love it with all your heart. — Brian Huddell (@misbelieves) January 3, 2015
ed sheeran’s music makes me feel like i’m happily married with 2 kids — hannah (@bbysakura) January 3, 2015
My New Year’s resolution is to be thankful that the Christmas music has finally stopped.
— Nadine (@nadine_eids) January 3, 2015
My New Year’s resolution? Just one: I’m gonna stop pretending that I don’t love Taylor Swift’s music. C’mon, we all do. — sylwia (@sylwiakrypien) January 2, 2015
I’m really upset but I’m listening to happy music to cheer me up look at me applying my new years resolution — cait (@frnchbraids) January 2, 2015
I cannot learn this song on guitar, I can not, I have failed at life
— Michaela Violet (@Hadamindblank) January 2, 2015
Watch out, kids. Eventually you’ll only get to listen to music in the car on the way to work. That’s when your soul dies, just like mine did — Something Clever (@S4vageLapDance) January 2, 2015
Very few folks in the history of music have made good songs about their kids. Done better w/ parents and ex’s. Kids, not so much! — Vidal Marsh (@lilvanpeebles) January 1, 2015
I can’t even properly describe my taste in music and I’m expected to grow up, get a supportive job, get married and have kids?! — Jozy (@lost___traveler) January 1, 2015
My kids are young, so when they listen to old school music they think its new. They are currently listening to a hot new band called Queen. — Annabel Canada (@AnnyCanada) January 1, 2015