Twitter is both a gift and a curse. On one hand, you get anxiety attacks from all the news, discussions, and
~stupid~ users but on the other, you find comfort in knowing thousands of people feel the same way you do. What exactly do we mean by that? Here are a couple of tweets that prove (quite hilariously at that) we all have mild anxiety as a species but we’re going to make it through together. Prepare to feel the connection in your soul!
When you’re emotionally constipated
friend: “mag-open up ka na.”
— luigi (@luigipacho) June 18, 2021
Wait, ‘di pa ‘ko ready mag-kwento!
A post everyone ghost tweeted
I feel like most of us cowrote this pic.twitter.com/1Dco6IrXbT
— Rogue the Masked Bandit (@rogueambit) June 16, 2021
I need 3-5 business to process my emotions.
my professor scared me for a second pic.twitter.com/vXhYddH0BM
— Hurt CoPain (@SaeedDiCaprio) June 26, 2021
Thanks for that unsolicited attack.
cancelling plans like “so sorry but it was actually a different, less depressed version of me that made those plans w you last week and the me that i am today doesn’t want to go.”
— Dana Donnelly (@danadonly) June 21, 2021
My emotions are subject to change without prior notice.
Phone call anxiety is real, people
Me watching the phone ring until i miss the call pic.twitter.com/rxWW1uRepY
— MONA (@RealMona_) July 1, 2021
Mag-text ka muna, pwede?!?!
Millennials in their 30s
Oh god it’s too real pic.twitter.com/6HKxKg3muK
— Read Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler (@JoshuaPotash) July 3, 2021
Yep. This is normal, right?
It’s a curse
here we go again pic.twitter.com/vHqSQm9pLo
— flamin nora (@katierpacker) June 19, 2021
Me to my phone: You were supposed to help me be more productive!
Hiding in plain sight
— ✨ (@stfuvienbbn) June 24, 2021
Once again, not ignoring you, just overwhelmed.
Me replying back a week and a half later like “I’m fine and you?” pic.twitter.com/4iGiMaumqR
— Triiad (@triiadx) May 24, 2021
Do any of these posts make you feel /seen/? Let us know which one resonated with your soul the most!