This week was full of all types of Valentine's Day preparations from the flowers ordered to anti-love sentiments tweeted. For everyone who happens to be single this holiday, Twitter user NYC Blonde tweeted an encouraging reminder: "If Britney can survive 2007, you can survive another Valentine's Day alone." Damn straight.
And if you're celebrating the holiday with a significant other, Gennefer Gross had some great advice on how to swoon your other half: "If you want to sweep her off her feet this Valentine's Day, take her to a place with free WiFi and bring a phone charger." But actually.
For more great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.
Eminem's old publicist wakes up in a cold sweat. "I had the dream again," he says to his wife. "That he had Twitter in 1999." "Sssh, baby."
— Nicole Cliffe (@Nicole_Cliffe) February 9, 2015
anxiety is the best alarm clock
— Lindy West (@thelindywest) February 10, 2015
When you stuff your socks into other socks it's enforced cannibalism
— caitlin stasey (@caitlinstasey) February 12, 2015
Deliriously sick & in hotel bed. Watching "19 Kids & Counting" sniffling, "Maybe those Duggars DO have life figured out. That looks nice."
— Jen Kirkman (@JenKirkman) February 13, 2015
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