2015 was a great year for Twitter.
The social media platform really came into it’s own, providing us with comedy genius in 140 characters at every opportunity.
It’s a place people go to drop perfect one liners, to share photos of ridiculous things they’ve seen, and of course, to call out celebrities – this year was no exception.
And of course, who could forget the time David Cameron went rogue with a piece of ham?
Remember that Monday where we all woke up and @David_Cameron shagged a dead pig?
— Jock (@notbluejock) September 21, 2015
Fell asleep in the taxi and none woke me up. Now I'm back at the taxi man's house in Stretford watching take me out pic.twitter.com/kwjYqUIB4v
— Mike Allison (@mikeallison67) February 1, 2015
i enjoying mysekf by the lake, but then i remembered instances of regret in my life, and pain i have caused others pic.twitter.com/KASFAIIQWc
— BAKOON (@BAKKOOONN) April 8, 2015
— BBC Taster (@BBCTaster) November 24, 2015
A message of hope from a local ticket machine. pic.twitter.com/3AL3dQbF4f
— James Doleman (@jamesdoleman) October 29, 2015
I see NO evidence that David Cameron’s poppy pic was Photoshopped. People need to stop jumping to conclusions. pic.twitter.com/xISpGwESD1
— Tom Phillips (@flashboy) November 2, 2015
*spoons in heap after heap while staring the smug hipster barista directly in the eye* pic.twitter.com/dow5DJNKrw
— IncrediblyRich (@IncrediblyRich) November 6, 2015
Amazing! Photographer captures rare moment of a Londoner being born. pic.twitter.com/JT1Ck5Btgv
— Andrew Blakeley (@ABlakeley) March 4, 2015
is it true that you've been a very good boy pic.twitter.com/nU9jXDD5vg
— allison (@allstn) September 6, 2015
I am 87% sure my local paper doesn't know how pie charts work. pic.twitter.com/TFAogiJVOB
— Philip Townley (@empressburger) August 23, 2015
What a way to make a living. pic.twitter.com/iT1BPXjYgp
— T'Other Simon (@TOther_Simon) February 17, 2015
Honestly why do I bother attempting this shit pic.twitter.com/1Tvd46tBLi
— MJC Glesga (@MrMJCox) October 1, 2015
Incredible way of making my two star review seem like I didn't hate the film pic.twitter.com/zvOyIxHQ3h
— Benjamin Lee (@benfraserlee) September 8, 2015
this is how pigeons are born pic.twitter.com/NmBkyp5MZB
— an pigeon,, (@imskytrash) November 18, 2015
When you have the labour conference at 1, but you have to defend WWE World Heavyweight Championship at 3. pic.twitter.com/5Ya0fa3eeC
— Tom (@LegalCheek_Tom) September 29, 2015
— Tom Carter (@Pointless_Alias) October 6, 2015
did… did a rottweiler write this pic.twitter.com/cmK7icX2J7
— Smollch (@ilikemints) September 14, 2015
And of course, who can forget this epic Twitter story, you know the one where the cold hard reality of ‘Netflix and Chill’ was exposed in a of tweets?
Yep, it was amazing – someone used pictures of TV legend Alfonso Ribeiro AKA Carlton Banks, giving an in-depth representation of how a particularly depressing evening of Netflix and Chill might turn out.
And you can view it here, because it definitely deserves a post of its own.
So there you have it, ladies and gentleman: Twitter.
From everyone at UNILAD, we wish Twitter and its users a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!