We've Been Responding To Amber Alerts All Wrong And Can't Stop Reminiscing On This Classic TruTV Show In These Tweets Of The Week
Despite what some comedians may say, comedy is not dead as evidenced by a hilarious video that left the internet weak.
We've had to spend months listening to elderly comedians complain about the fact that they can't denigrate women, minorities and the LGBTQ community anymore. Some of them have proclaimed the death of comedy. But the daily hilarity ensuing from Twitter begs to differ.
This week, Twitter came together to rejoice in the genius of a video by longtime YouTuber Mark Phillips. The simple and extremely relatable skit about Amber Alerts had everyone thanking the young Black minds behind the video. The video racked up nearly 700,000 likes and 9.5 million views by Friday.
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How They expect you to React When You get an Amber Alert 😂😭😭 pic.twitter.com/HO0AGTHB2k— Mark Phillips (@SupremeDreams_1) October 2, 2019
There is so much filmmaking talent out there. https://t.co/JeUo9YWUsZ— Franklin Leonard (@franklinleonard) October 3, 2019
Filmmaking is on point bro pic.twitter.com/dfrmRxSBeS— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) October 2, 2019
Black people + internet = quality content— Knotty Chris Evan's Baby-mama (@NaughtKnot) October 2, 2019
Me when I get an amber alert pic.twitter.com/CmRqP3SgJJ— 𝘾𝙝𝙧𝙞𝙨 (@LoneIyChris) October 2, 2019
Millionaires and comedians: can't be funny anymore. People are too sensitive.— Brian Thee Aspie (@ProfessorBLove) October 3, 2019
Random niggas on twitter: https://t.co/iop8Y3DrbD
And that's the point right?— Nicole Bad & Blerdy (@alamanecer) October 3, 2019
"I GOT THE BABY" while ole dude caught a FADE had me laugh harder than 6 combined seasons of SNL 😂
Literally. I can laugh at this all day, we have a sense of humor we just don’t like racism and homophobia it’s not that hard— Kuai Liang Stan Account (@__lohan) October 3, 2019
Someone said if this was on SNL it’d be their funniest skit in years but SNL would never hire enough black men all at once to even attempt this kind of *loses signal* https://t.co/4cdLLEOFtW— Eric Haywood (@EricHaywood) October 3, 2019
Folks also fell in love with this hilarious tweet that took quite a few turns.
Caught A Lil Nigga stealing out of the gas station earlier today & i told him put it back don’t do dat Lil Homie it’s a better way..He just needed a lil guidance so I said come ride with me , took him to Walmart told him its more room in here this where I Steal let’s get it— TRIGGA (@757trigga) October 3, 2019
Teach a man to fish he life’s forever😂— Prince Charles (@AUnbotheredKing) October 3, 2019
Leading the next generation pic.twitter.com/peQB8rjFfz— ಠ__ಠ (@shiiiiieet) October 3, 2019
the fact that this is one of the funniest moments in cinematic history pic.twitter.com/NUp6unmELi— Big Beowbz??? (@myskinsmylogo) October 1, 2019
Bernice >>> Michael Myers https://t.co/fIaD5iFA7J— Parker B (@TheAdvokate) October 2, 2019
“WHAT DID YOU DO TO BERNICE!!!!”— Big Beowbz??? (@myskinsmylogo) October 2, 2019
As always, there was an assortment of greatness that trickled out across the Twitterverse.
If Obama like being little spoon then who am I to deny myself such pleasure https://t.co/9MD6W6PVC4— jollof papi (@Damilola707) October 3, 2019
If my dad calls me then I know I messed up https://t.co/FvEZ4mmvc8— Lance 🇱🇨 (@Kinglrg_) October 4, 2019
“He’s probably out cheating right now🤬😡”— sunrise (@waasabbi) October 3, 2019
Travis and Stormi spying on Tyga and Kylie. pic.twitter.com/520tQ9CGbM— j (@actualmeyo) October 3, 2019
Apple Music wait til you at your lowest point in life to take their $10— INSTAGRAM @S.grate (@Sgrate__) October 2, 2019
I tried to show this to a middle school class I was teaching once and we were barely a minute in when one lil girl booed and told me to turn off Empire 🥴🥴 https://t.co/Nsa8uoprEZ— Asha Kay B (@AshaKayB) October 3, 2019
Stay warm this weekend!
Baby on Baby violence while listening to DaBaby, this is live art pic.twitter.com/VCiDMfFDP5— Best Fights 🎬🍿🎃 (@30SecFights) October 3, 2019