Vacations are everyone’s favourite way to relax and have a great time. But we all know, vacations can be tricky too. From deciding where to go to ordering the same food we eat at home, here are some tweets that define every damn vacation ever!
1. Vacation problem number 1.
vacation mood:— pj (@pj_cbrrs) April 24, 2019
so much plan,
so little money.
2. Along with 10 bottles of shampoo and 20 toilet paper rolls.
“Surely a hotel won’t have THIS” -Me, packing a hair dryer, every single time— Mara “Get Rid of the Nazis” Wilson (@MaraWilson) April 27, 2017
6. What else do you go on vacation for?
An Indian family vacation is pretty much about loading yourself with food and then going from one viewpoint to another to take photos!— Rashi Kakkar (@rashi_kakkar) September 1, 2017
10. Please adjust kar lo!
TV show pitch: Overpacking – What Old Asian People Pack on Vacation. Every episode includes that scene at the airport of people yelling and repacking in front of the check-in counter.— Ronny Chieng (@ronnychieng) August 29, 2018
5. One butter chicken with butter naan please!
📍Indian family on vacation— Indian Stats (@Indian_stats) December 27, 2018
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📍eating local foods. |
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📍”where are the Indian resturants?”
7. No beaches, bitches.
📍Indian family on vacation— Nikhit Chimalakonda (@nchimi23) December 31, 2018
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📍fun, tourist things |
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📍visiting Temples and nearby, but extremely distant relatives
3. It’s a never-ending loop.
Every time I go away I underpack (where are my socks?) or overpack (I have enough shirts to clothe the Game of Thrones cast for a month).— Jason Pinter (@jasonpinter) September 13, 2016
Indian family vacations are limited to how far the extended family has extended!— Abish Mathew (@abishmathew) July 3, 2017
13. We plan ahead.
An Indian family packing for a vacation consists of loading enough food that in case there’s a natural calamity, it can survive for 15 years— hetal (@hetalpanchal) May 14, 2013
8. Uh, everybody?
Who else packs socks and underwear like you’re going to swim with your socks on and shit your pants everyday, when packing for vacation?— Alex Aguilar (@HaryTheHealer) April 25, 2019
11. Send help.
I’m on vacation for a week pretty much 4 miles from my house, I packed 4 hats, 7 bathing suits, 8 pairs of shorts, 16 shirts and 6 pairs of shoes. Overpacking is a disease and it’s taken over my life.— Ray Mant (@RayMant_) August 23, 2018
9. You gotta mix it up.
Indian Middle Class vacations are about Buffet, Swimming Pool and Beach. And, when it get monotonous, they change to Beach, Pool and buffet.— Vikas Goel (@vikaspgoel) June 4, 2012
12. Jaoge toh Goa hi.
The amount of times that this family vacation destination has changed is crazy, problems with big Indian families! #letsdecide— BalrajDhaliwal (@BalrajDhaliwal9) February 13, 2014
15. I’m gonna be rich!
Book idea, #41: “Conscious Overpacking: How to Justify Bringing Every Non-Furniture Item You Own With You on Vacation Regardless of Duration or Destination”— Rachel Roderman (@rachelroderman) April 18, 2019
20. I miss my dog!
[me on vacation without my dog]— Dave King (@DaveKingThing) July 29, 2018
“i will give you one thousand dollars for one night with your dog (no sex stuff)”
17, Ah, sweet times.
Tomorrow I’m going on vacation with the family, which is the same as saying tomorrow my wife and I are going to get in a fight.— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) July 1, 2010
14. I packed 50 pairs of socks but forgot my passport.
My aesthetic is overpacking for vacation but still missing things.— Stefañia (@queenstefi) June 21, 2017
16. Watching Netflix is an acceptable form of activity during vacations.
It’s the worst feeling when you’re on vacation but get more tired than when you’re at work. The only solution I know is Netflix binge watching 🤓— zweierohne 🇨🇭 (@zweierohne) April 24, 2019
18. It’s feels exotic!
Only in an Indian family would you go on vacation to eat the same Indian food you eat at home.— Akash Lokram (@AkashLokram) June 14, 2016
19. No more children bumping into each other!
My father found this sign on vacation. pic.twitter.com/hw8JMYuUvu— Funniest Tweets! (@ComedyIsAJoke) April 18, 2019
I think I need one!