14 hilarische tweets over Love Actually
De feestdagen zijn weer aangebroken, dus het is weer sociaal acceptabel om elke dag Love Actually te kijken.
De romantische komedie heeft enorm veel fans, maar niet iedereen kan de film waarderen. Dat begrijpen we niet helemaal, maar dat levert wel een hoop grappige tweets op.
In the Love Actually universe, Harry Potter exists. The PM refers to it in his speech. Therefore Alan Rickman exists in the Love Actually universe. But Alan Rickman is his brother-in-law.
— Snow Hullait (@joehullait) December 7, 2017
It’s that time of year when we talk about how Love Actually is a horrible movie.
1. It fat shames a woman who is a size four.
2. Colin Firth runs off with the housekeeper, who is conveniently hot but can’t speak to him.
3. A creepy stalker is somehow romanticized. #BahHumbug
— Julie Roginsky (@julieroginsky) December 7, 2017
Remember when people were super pissed that Love Actually portrayed the president of the United States as a misogynistic sexual harasser as if our country was incapable of even theoretically voting a serial abuser into office?
Oh, those were the days.
— Danielle Campoamor (@DCampoamor) December 11, 2017
Is this poster really a good representation for the film 'love actually?' pic.twitter.com/eRLaJ1EpHk
— Denver Jackson (@djaxx) December 7, 2017
If a woman did the signs thing from Love Actually to a married man it would be a deleted scene from the movie Obsessed
— Natalie Walker (@nwalks) December 7, 2017
Wow I get so annoyed when that lass on Love Actually decides to answer the phone n not turn it off when she’s with the love of her life, what u playing at hon?? :)!
— Annabel Jones (@AnnabelJonesxx) December 12, 2017
You: Love Actually is a Christmas classic
Me, an intellectual: When do Rick Grimes, Professor Snape, Harry Hart, Bilbo, and Liam Neeson get to fight?
— Nick Marr (@nick_marr) December 9, 2017
Wife: *walks in our bedroom to a lot of flesh on screen* ARE YOU WATCHING PORN?!
Me: It’s Love Actually
— The Nutzacker (@Mr_Kapowski) December 10, 2017
Revived my Love Actually Party after a four year hiatus and everyone still hates this dude pic.twitter.com/HEJXmjgCel
— Hanif Abdurraqib (@NifMuhammad) December 9, 2017
i was just informed keira knightley was 17 when she filmed love actually and that information should be illegal to know. i am so upset
— Chelsea Fagan (@Chelsea_Fagan) December 6, 2017
I know it’s officially “hot take: Love Actually is bad” season, but SHUT. UP. Just let us enjoy our dumb movie in peace this year. We need this.
— Sarah LaPolla (@sarahlapolla) December 5, 2017
Love Actually is my favorite Mr. Bean movie.
— Molly Jolly Christmas (@SeriousMolly) December 11, 2017
Love Actually is about Christmas AND workplace sexual harassment.
— Todd Babiak (@babiak) December 5, 2017
That scene in Love Actually would’ve been way different if the dude had answered the door.
“Hey, man. Why do you have a boom box and a bunch of romantic note cards?”
“Oh, no reason. Bye.”
— Matthew Norman (@TheNormanNation) December 12, 2017