Companies use twitter as a good way to get the word out about their Black Friday sales and the rest of us use twitter to make fun of their Black Friday sales.
To prepare for Black Friday sales, I train by shopping in stores at high altitude
— Eliza Bayne (@ElizaBayne) November 23, 2013
Black Friday is this week? Not last week? So I pepper-sprayed that kid at Target for nothing? Why did his Mom thank me?
— Abbi Crutchfield (@curlycomedy) November 27, 2013
I avoid Black Friday by having the kind of personality that eliminates me from the gift giving process.
— Mike Lawrence (@TheMikeLawrence) November 27, 2013
for black friday i'm planning on getting a great deal on personal dignity. it's at home and it's free
— jon hendren (@fart) November 27, 2013
My family has this Crazy tradition, where we all get together for Dinner the day before Black Friday...
— Will Rodgers (@WilliamRodgers) November 27, 2013
Movie pitch: serial killer uses the confusion of the Black Friday riots to commit his murders. DEADLY SAVINGS. DM me, @tomhanks.
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) November 27, 2013
I'll say it again: 1. Put on a bear costume. 2. Tear apart the tents of people camping in line for Black Friday shopping.
— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) November 27, 2013
Black Friday is probably the closest we'll ever get to the purge
— Nate Krummenacher (@NKrummy) November 26, 2013
Pope Francis denounced capitalism and Americans were like, "I can't hear you over the screams of those being trampled in Black Friday sales"
— Michelle Wolf (@michelleisawolf) November 27, 2013
Yeah Black Friday sales are cool and all but did you see the candy prices the day after Halloween??
— Jimmy Tatro (@JimmyTatro) November 26, 2013
Black Friday shopping be like pic.twitter.com/FQ7PeEr0rs
— Common White Girl (@aCommonWhteGirl) November 26, 2013
Watch our show and see the rest of the Black Friday fails.
- 9 Reasons To Stay Home On Black Friday (And Forget The Damn HDTV) (huffingtonpost.com)
- How to Survive Black Friday Crowds (coupons.answers.com)
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