These posts sure are lit.
English lit, that is!
Those English majors sure are a punny bunch, aren’t they? If you one of these folks or maybe you just merely identify with them, you will enjoy these tweets.
You may proceed!
1. That’s very true.
English majors only want one thing and it’s discussing
— live cáss (@internetcassie) October 8, 2019
2. Time to unpack.
(english major moving apartments) there’s a lot to unpack here
— dyl b (@sprtnght) September 1, 2018
3. Maybe they had a few too many?
English majors will name their bar trivia team “Tequila Mockingbird” and not get a single Literature question right
— Imagine Dragons Hate Account. (@_21Average_) February 26, 2019
4. Oh, here we go…
PHILOSOPHY MAJOR: humanity is at risk
STEM MAJOR: because global warming is affecting sea levels
ENGLISH MAJOR: is it affecting or effecting
— Kalvin (@KalvinMacleod) April 12, 2017
5. Not gonna make it.
If your party doesn't have seven rooms divided by color and a masked figure who symbolizes the notion that death is surely coming, don't bother inviting me
— SparkNotes (@SparkNotes) October 23, 2019
6. That’s much better.
LAWYER: Can you tell the court where you were the night of the murder
ENGLISH TEACHER: I'm sure I CAN, yes
LAWYER: Ugh. Please tell the court where you were the night of the murder
ENGLISH TEACHER: Much better. I was killing the victim
— Michael November Name ???? (@Home_Halfway) July 12, 2019
7. Don’t ask me.
Who even is the third person
— Lydia Kiesling (@lydiakiesling) October 10, 2018
8. A lot to read…
Me: hi! sorry it took a while to get back to you!! i was reading!
Human: uh it's been 3 years???
Me: do you realise how many books there are
— C.G. Drews (@PaperFury) August 21, 2019
9. He is pretty good, I must say…
english teachers thought it was such a flex to introduce us to edgar allen poe
— ???????????????? ♥ (@kobychill) January 6, 2019
10. Might want to wait on that a little while…
ENGLISH GENERAL: Plan?
ENGLISH LIEUTENANT: Well, the trenches can be used to-
ENGLISH MAJOR: to symbolise man's emptiness, yes…
— The English Major (@Audenary) December 8, 2015
11. Is that really E.E. Cummings?
I think you're
Maybe we can
– e.e. cummings
— ˚｡◌Depresión Tropical◌｡˚ (@DescansenPez) May 30, 2019
12. Funny how that works.
reading classics because you want to:????????????????????????????????
reading classics because school tells you to: ????????????????????????????????
— vero⚔ shera&awae spoilers (@a_nthos) October 22, 2019
13. No symbolism here, unfortunately.
I wish I hadn’t taken AP English. Now everytime I’m on a street I’ve been on before I’m like “this is a metaphor” or “wow symbolism” but that is actually just something that happens when you live in an area
— Rachel Sennott (@Rachel_Sennott) October 22, 2019
14. That’s high praise.
"and now the groom will read his vows"
me: you make every day feel like a scholastic book fair
— ellery (@elleryonline) July 10, 2017
15. Oh, it’s lit alright.
Is it lit? Yes, it's lit. It's English Lit, and I think you're going to love it.
— Hip English Teacher (@hipenglishteach) September 14, 2016
Okay, I’m gonna say it…NERD ALERT.
But don’t take it as an insult! I’m one of you!