FUNNY: 11 Of The Best 11/11/11 Tweets
Even if today's date needed some other number besides 1 to be written (although, more precisely, it's 11/11/2011 — not as much fun), it would still be a special day to many people. The Immortals, starring a lot of beautiful men and Mickey Rourke, hits theaters today. Fed-Ex workers are delivering a new shipment of iPhones #geekchristmas. It's also Veteran's Day — a sober day of remembrance that ought not to be overshadowed by something as arbitrary as six one's propped up next to each other at the top of our
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And yet, Twitter trends say it's a big deal — even if a large percentage of those Tweets say it shouldn't be. Here's our list of 11 (see what we did there?) of the funniest 11/11/11 tweets we found. Enjoy! We'll see you again in a hundred years.
1. "Today is 11/11/11. I wish it was as easy to say as it is to write." —Ellen Degeneres
2. "No offense to 11/11/11, but the only numbers I ever notice/celebrate are 4 8 15 16 23 42. #Lost #Nerd" —Jo Garfein
3. "You guys, I set all my eBay auctions to end at 11:11 on 11-11-11 & JACK PALANCE RETURNED FROM THE GRAVE! We're gonna find Curly's gold!" —Rob Fee
4. "Today is 11/11/11. Tomorrow is 11/12/11. Coincidence? That's certainly what they want you to believe." —Jason Mustian
5. "After 12/12/12 it will be 13/13/13 I don't see what everyone's making a big deal about 11/11/11." —Joshy The Turtle
6. 'I missed the opportunity to make a wish on 11:11 11/11/11 because I was asleep. Therefore, my wish had already come true." —Rachel Bartlett
7. "Happy 11/11/11. Today is gonna be a "one"derful day. #CornyButTrue" —Harry Potter
8. "Today is 11/11/11, another excuse to drink." —Not The Man
9. "Today is 11/11/11!!! Do you know what that means?!? It means we're all still struggling to find any meaning in this mortal existence." —Funny Or Die
10. "I'm slightly devastated I missed 11:11 on 11.11.11! Good thing I have another chance in the PM." —Tara Olson
11. "Today is 11-11-11. Have fun with that. If we still wrote checks, or took messages with pen and paper, this would be an epic day." —Sal Castaneda