Here Are 21 of the Best Tweets About Going Home for the Holidays
The holidays are a time to stress over things that should bring us joy: giving gifts, seeing loved ones, flying in the air so fast like Superman!! Twitter gets it. Commiserate with your fellow home-for-the-holidays crew with the tweets below.
Shout-out to everyone going home and becoming family tech support for the holidays
— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) December 22, 2016
When you go home for the holidays and your mom brags about you in front of your whole family pic.twitter.com/HN9TFdMcTO
— geoff from the block (@notgeoffrey_) December 16, 2016
*Home for the holidays after college*
Mom: "Are you going to hang with your friends while you're home?"
Yeah sure let me get right on that pic.twitter.com/LLfaCA3bot
— Oovoo Javer (@WTFIzUpKyIe) December 21, 2016
Shout out to everyone trying to hear a movie over their parents questions about the movie.
— Eliza Skinterklaas (@elizaskinner) December 25, 2017
college really does mess you tf up. it's christmas break and I still be feeling guilty like I'm procrastinating on something. 🙃
— J 🎄S M I N E (@jvsminetea) December 19, 2017
me being forced to go back to college at the end of break pic.twitter.com/W1IQN6DbIz
— griffin (@GRlFFERS) December 24, 2017
I love being home for Christmas where I receive a year’s worth of complaints in one day and am rewarded with a pair of slippers
— Brittani Nichols (@BisHilarious) December 25, 2017
TSA pulls out my wand
TSA: Yup, this is it *starts laughing* now don’t use any magic on the plane, okay?
Me, completely serious: Oh you can’t use magic outside of school
— Happy Christmas Harry (@tessanetting) December 11, 2017
me during winter break pic.twitter.com/zHQad1YKr1
— boze (@bigbossboze) December 21, 2017
coming home from college is so confusing like do i unpack? do i live out of a suitcase for a month? do i just leave everything on the floor?
— Mackenzie Jackson (@mackenziejacksn) December 20, 2016
Tinder in my hometown is a lot like looking through the clearance movie bin at Walmart.
— Evan Chiplock (@EvanChiplock) December 24, 2015
It’s that time of the year pic.twitter.com/Bq5ehG3KNt
— Jingle L (@LaineyHarmon) December 18, 2017
Literally had no idea what day of the week it was. This is the greatest achievement of a holiday break.
— Taran Killam (@TaranKillam) December 26, 2017
When you're fully an adult and can fend for yourself but you go home for the holidays and all the sudden need your mommy to do everything.
— Camden Scott (@cammiescott) December 15, 2016
I guess the biggest thing I noticed about being back at my parents' house for the holidays is how often the landline rings
— (((Nish Kumar))) (@MrNishKumar) December 27, 2015
my parents woke ME up to celebrate Christmas... oh how the tables have turned
— Connor Hannigan (@connor_hannigan) December 25, 2017
When you're home from school and your parents try to tell you what you can and can't do pic.twitter.com/ovNpMaUupG
— KT (@katieleidhold) December 23, 2015
I will be 30 years old and still packing up dirty laundry to bring on metro north to do at my parents' house
— Sleighlor Trudon🎅🏻 (@taylortrudon) December 21, 2015
Scale: you've gained 45 pounds in 48 hours how is that possible
Me: your honor I'm at my parents' house and didn't think it would count
— tcb ⚡️ (@jersing) December 26, 2015
I really have to pack less than I usually do when I go home for Christmas.
*packs everything I own minus one sock*
— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) December 22, 2017
How do you know you’re at your parents’ house? The wifi password is long, complicated & written on a scrap of paper no one can find.
— Jon Acuff (@JonAcuff) December 21, 2015
Where are you traveling this holiday season? And what delights (aka family drama) lay in store upon your arrival? Let me know on Twitter @AndiHester!