Foodies100 Twitterati – October


Here we are, yet again, at the end of another busy month. We shall be looking out for some spooky tweets today – I bet there will be some great photos of food and costumes floating around the twitterverse. We love seeing your photos so do share them with us on twitter.

As always, we have sifted through the hilarious, sad and downright bizarre tweets to bring you some of our favourites from the month of October. Do pop along and follow these wonderful tweeters to experience more of their amusing tweets…


Men who put kisses at the end of Facebook statuses make me wish I had a bigger mouth so I could grimace more intensely.


Managed to resist cookies all day and just inhaled 3 without taking a breath. Couldnt hold it in anymore


Statistically speaking 6 out of 7 dwarves are not happy πŸ™


Every week we have the same conversation. I say Nigella is beautiful, the Mr says she’s not. I am right, he is wrong #girlcrush


I ate too much mint ice cream. Urp. A fatal weakness of mine.


I forget how liberating it is to sing along at the top of your lungs. Poor neighbours… #Grade5Singing


This packet of baby food tastes exactly like playdoh. How odd.


FINALLY Klout says I am influential in something I approve of: Alcohol and Eek. Yes Eek. *fist pump*


I wish I had galoshes. Or knew what galoshes were. Either way, I have wet feet and it’s bad.


How is it we put a man on the moon before realising it would be a good idea to put wheels on suitcases?


Can’t get into my newly childproofed cupboard! Oh dear.


Just spelled out my name letter for letter over the phone. Then an email arrives addressed to ‘stesine’ *puts head in hands*


Ironing without wine, is like cheese without biscuits.


Disney + Star Wars = wtf


On my way to school with 3 bottles of hard liquor. Toootally normal.

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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