Internet users share the most hilarious mistakes they have noticed online
Not the brightest sparks! Social media users share hilariously crazy comments from people without common sense – including a woman who thought she could be an aunt OR an uncle
- Bored Panda collected hilarious social media posts from all over the world
- One person tweeted asking why women don’t take DNA tests for their child
- Another was mocked for asking ‘why adult adults still want to use umbrellas’
If you’ve ever written something on social media that you’ll regret later, think about the people behind these hilarious posts.
Bored Panda rounded up a selection of the funniest things written on dating apps, Twitter and texts by people with a lack of common sense.
Many of the posts have previously gone viral on Twitter, including a person who bought four pregnancy tests for their friend – who believed the positive results were a sign that she was expecting four children.
Elsewhere, another woman amused users when she posted, “My sister is pregnant, I can’t wait to see if I become an aunt or uncle.”
Bored Panda has collected a selection of hilarious social media posts from around the world, including a woman who was ridiculed for believing that umbrellas are just for kids
Someone suspected to be from the US shared an exchange of text in which a woman thought she had her friend’s phone despite receiving answers
Another US Twitter user was mocked for asking users why women should never take a DNA test to prove they are their child’s mother
A woman living in the US went viral on Twitter after saying she can’t wait to see if she will be an aunt or uncle when her sister gives birth
Google it! Elsewhere, a British man stunned his Tinder match after thinking transgender is some sort of search engine
An American man said he would hurt a Twitter user’s feelings after tweeting that she couldn’t choose her child’s father
A US air passenger posted a photo on Twitter of a man wearing a surgical mask over his eyes all year long after the coronavirus pandemic
A person who sold a TV in America was left hysterical after a persistent buyer offered to increase payment despite being told the TV is no longer available
A Twitter user living in America went viral after revealing that his friend thought she was expecting four children because four pregnancy tests were positive
Another person revealed that his friend wondered where avocados came from in his garden, unaware that he has a tree
A user, presumably from the US, shared a photo of a Facebook friend who made a huge geographical mistake