Our favorite reality TV shows love to spend time on Twitter, pouring out their innermost thoughts, throwing shade at their co-stars and, of course, making us laugh (whether they’re being intentionally funny or not…)
This week had reality TV stars tweeting even more, due to the Thanksgiving holiday, as well as the Black Friday shopping weekend!
The Ashley has concocted a list of the funniest reality TV star tweets from the last seven days!
‘Vanderpump Rules’ star Jax Taylor gave out some good advice:
Please and thanks. pic.twitter.com/u67WvKdgC1
— Jax (@mrjaxtaylor) November 23, 2018
Conan O’Brien showed off his ‘Black Friday’ holiday spirit:
I don’t need to buy anything on Black Friday, I just want to get in a fistfight at Bed Bath and Beyond to feel alive.
— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) November 23, 2018
Nate Berkus was all of us when left alone with the Thanksgiving pie:
— Nate Berkus (@NateBerkus) November 22, 2018
‘The IMDB Show’ host Kerri Doherty made a good observation:
Hallmark Christmas movies are like porns: same rotating cast, slightly different story, good work if you can get it.
— Kerri Doherty (@squideatsquid) November 24, 2018
‘Bachelor in Paradise’ star Wells Adams got real about those annoying holiday group texts:
I dunno about you, but I’m pretty pumped to get a bunch of texts saying “happy thanksgiving to you and yours” from people I haven’t texted with since last thanksgiving
— Wells Adams (@WellsAdams) November 22, 2018
‘The Rubin Report’ host Dave Rubin wanted Twitter trolls to get into the holiday spirit, too:
Guys, it’s Black Friday. Stop fighting with strangers on Twitter over politics and get out there and push an old woman down an escalator at Best Buy so you can save 20% on a flat screen TV!
— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) November 23, 2018
‘Bachelor’ franchise producer Elan Gale came up with an ingenious marketing idea:
. @HotelTonight you guys should do an ad campaign right now advertising low same day rates for people who get into fights with their families over the holiday weekend and need a place to escape to
— elan gale (@theyearofelan) November 21, 2018
‘The People’s Couch’ star Emerson Collins summed up Black Friday well:
I went to the mall and engaged in all seven of the deadly sins in less than an hour.
— Emerson Collins (@ActuallyEmerson) November 23, 2018
Designer and ‘Project Runway’ star Isaac Mizrahi made us see this vegetable in a whole new way:
— Isaac Mizrahi (@IsaacMizrahi) November 22, 2018
TV writer Michael Tiberi basically described The Ashley on holidays:
Me at Thanksgiving not helping cook, not contributing to any conversation, and not adding anything except judgment. pic.twitter.com/JEJzn3yag5
— Michael Tiberi (@MichaelJTiberi) November 21, 2018
(Photos: Bravo, Twitter)