The Funniest Tweets About Hurricane Irene
Hurricane Irene has apparently been busy. Not only is the storm barreling toward the East Coast, she's joined Twitter in the form of a parody account, reminiscent of the Bronx Zoo Cobra. The storm has also been inspiring comedians, who are coping with the impending disaster in joke form.
Business School Offering $74,000 Scholarship for Best Tweet
Twitter skills are going to score one student a full ride to The University of Iowa’s Henry B. Tippie School of Management.
To win the $37,200-a-year scholarship, applicants have to answer one of their essay questions within Twitter’s 140 character limit. The Trippie School’s website does encourage t…
Charlie Sheen Dead?!
Can it be true? It is all over Facebook and Twitter, so it has to be true. Did the Tiger blood cease to flow through the veins of  Charlie Sheen? The heart of the 45-year-old former Two and a Half Men star seems to have stopped just as he was starting to win. Read on to find out the truth.
Rapture Chatter Invades Twitter: Today’s Top Tweets

As May 21, the day a loosely organized Christian ministry predicts to be Judgment Day, approaches, comedians and the every-day Tweeter took to the Internet to poke fun at the idea of a rapture occurring this weekend.
Below are some of the funniest tweets about the rapture. Today's top tweets includes…
Top Tweets of the Day: May 16
Check out some of the funniest tweets Twitter has to offer today. Donald Trump found himself the butt of many jokes across the Twitterverse on Monday after announcing he will not run for president in 2010.
WARNING: Reading of these tweets may cause coffee to shoot out your nose...
Gilbert Gottfried Apologizes For Tweets
Comedian Gilbert Gottfried was fired as the voice of the Aflac duck after writing several insensitive tweets about the events in Japan. He has since deleted those statements. Aflac insurance gets about 75 percent of their revenue from Japan so it’s no wonder they took such quick acti…
Facebook About a Fallen Soldier, Not Sheen
There is a new viral campaign going around, where instead of writing about Charlie Sheen on your Facebook or Twitter account, you post a message honoring the soldiers who have died recently in Afghanistan.

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