Since we’ve played games that allowed us to vent about our neighbors, I was hoping to get some positive tweets with #IWishMyNeighbors. I think the tweets ended up being about 50% positive, neutral, or aspiring. The other 50% was complaints, but that’s okay too! I tweeted a few grudges myself! The tag trended in the US for a while, reaching #5 at one point.
I could never do a “best tweets” list, because taste is so subjective. Plus, I would spend days agonizing over the choices! So here are some tweets that stood out to me for various reasons. And of course, the obligatory contribution from the host.
#IWishMyNeighbors were unicorn breeders.
— CLoft (@LandOfTheLoft) March 8, 2016
#IWishMyNeighbors were Muppets and I could learn the alphabet from them every time I went outside.
— Lisa Lemon (@mseric) March 8, 2016
— Dennis Hood (@Dendirtcheap) March 8, 2016
#IWishMyNeighbors a Merry Saturnalia every 25th of December.
— Dave the Dave (@davethedave_) March 8, 2016
— RB (@RandyB20122014) March 8, 2016
— Christian Fletcher (@Darth_Pingu) March 8, 2016
What? I'm a good person.
— gorgeous bee (@gorgeousburgess) March 8, 2016
#IWishMyNeighbors would knock three times on the ceiling- but not four. I'm not in to what four knocks means.
— Kevin (@Dillonopolous) March 8, 2016
#IWishMyNeighbors would pee in their own bushes.
— Sketchy Robot (@kickemnthenards) March 8, 2016
— Jeff Dwoskin (@bigmacher) March 8, 2016
When the internet is down #IWishMyNeighbors would play hashtag games with me over the garden fence.
— Giles Graham-Brown (@gilesfgb) March 8, 2016
#IWishMyNeighbors knew how thankful I am that they say they "don't mind" my barking dog, when I'm sure they do
— Tuchus_Galore (@robind1208) March 8, 2016
— FrenchToast (@NachoPotatoe) March 8, 2016
#IWishMyNeighbors weren't part of a cult. Really creeps me out.
— Johnny Dangerously (@Enjoneer01) March 8, 2016
— Guapo 20Sxtn (@GuapoFlames) March 8, 2016
— Brendan McInnis (@BrendanMcInnis) March 8, 2016
— harleyb (@harleyb11) March 8, 2016
#IWishMyNeighbors were all take-out restaurants and convenience stores.
— Christine Watches (@googlygirl98) March 8, 2016
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