And so the end of the year approaches...
Google's Top Ten searches of 2014 read like a melancholy Larkin poem for our time. pic.twitter.com/EaRp5AdqMf— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) December 16, 2014
And that can only mean one thing. Someone won the 'X Factor' final!
Someone won Sports Personality Of The Year!
Someone won the race to be the first female bishop!
Woman Bishop pic.twitter.com/3C14Igixkj— Moose Allain (@MooseAllain) December 17, 2014
North Korea dominated the headlines!
I thought Kim Jong-un had dark hair? pic.twitter.com/VJF9Kdn5AO— GlennyRodge (@GlennyRodge) December 14, 2014
My guess - David Niven or Cary Grant. pic.twitter.com/JhttvzGdBu— SimonNRicketts (@SimonNRicketts) December 18, 2014
And it's nearly Christmas! CHRISSSSSTMAAAASSS! (copyright: Slade)
And tonight's offering from the advent calendar is Wensleydale with apricot and ginger.
Sorry, not advent calendar. Fridge.— Lily (@LilyThePurr) December 16, 2014
These cracker jokes get shitter every year pic.twitter.com/LMuY65riUN— John F. Brennan (@UpturnedBathtub) December 14, 2014
Made this so when my boss shouts at me through his office door, it's more festive. pic.twitter.com/dUWXApphY2— Lydia Botters (@MrLloydSpandex) December 18, 2014
"I don't want a lot for Christmas."
"All I want for Christmas is you."
EXACTLY WHAT DOES THAT DO FOR MY SELF-CONFIDENCE, MARIAH.— Sacha Fernando (@sacha_is_good) December 14, 2014
So here it is
Merry Christmas/Everybody's having fun: the last 'Week In 50 Funny Tweets' of the year. Thank you, good people of Twitter, for all the LOLs, RTs, H/Ts and VIAs that have made our job such a joy in 2014. God bless us, every one!*
*Not you, Kim Jong-un.