Twitter catches poll fever: 10 funniest 'political' digs
With polls less than a month away, Twitter is overflowing with all sorts of political jokes. Take a look at the top 10 tweets that will tickle your funny bone.india Updated: Mar 19, 2014 21:45 IST
What happens when Twitwits catch the election fever? Hilarity ensues.
With the Lok Sabha elections less than a month away, Twitter is overflowing - left, right and centre (pun intended) - with all sorts of political jokes.
Ranging from jokes on the country's politics in general to digs at the bigwigs, Twitter seems to have no intention of letting anyone catch a break.
If you're a politician and you're making news, Twitter will keep you on your toes.
We take a look at the top 10 recent tweets that will tickle your funny bone:
Congratulations to Arvind Kejriwal for not creating any nuisance & menace in the last 46 minutes— Ra_Bies (@Ra_Bies) March 19, 2014
#UnrealisticHobbies Writing Speeches for Rahul Gandhi.— Sanket (@iamsexified) March 19, 2014
Rahul Gandhi: We will get 200+ seats in Loksabha PA: How? RG: Hum seats par Rumaal daal denge. Koi aur nahi baithega fir.— Fun Intended (@sagarcasm) March 15, 2014
The right supports Modi. So Kejriwal never takes a right turn. He first takes U turn on the left and then a left turn.— StupidosaurOn (@Stupidosaur) March 18, 2014
People ask why Kejriwal keeps attacking BJP and has forgotten Congress completely. Tournament se bahar ho chuki team ke sath kaun khelta hai— Dorkstar (@Dorkstar) March 16, 2014
Congress are going to announce a candidate for Varanasi who will supposedly make Modi run away. This can only mean it's Karan Thapar.— Oculus (@daddy_san) March 19, 2014
Arvind Kejriwal is taking local train from Andheri, uh? Hope he doesn't think Churchgate is the name of some scam.— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) March 12, 2014
"I got the moves like Modi, I got the moves like Modi, I got the moooooooooves like Modi" - Adam Levine #PhekuEndorsements— Gaurav Sabnis (@gauravsabnis) March 18, 2014
Wondering what @gauravsabnis's talking about? Here's a hint:
In a series of tweets recently, WikiLeaks claimed it never said Modi was incorruptible, a stand contrary to what a section of BJP supporters allegedly believed. Some BJP posters also allegedly used the 'endorsement'. The incident too was ruthlessly ridiculed on Twitter. Sample a couple of tweets:
Sorry to say.. but now julian assange will have to resign from Wikileaks -- Ravi Shankar Prasad— #bAAPofChaos (@justicearnab) March 17, 2014
Please stop accusing Modi campaign of photoshopping Assange endorsement. That fake thing could also be made using MSPaint.— Gaurav Sabnis (@gauravsabnis) March 17, 2014