The Funniest Tweets From Australian Twitter This Week

"Also it's extremely important we start saying 'hot cross buns' again, instead of 'secular perpendicular lines buns'."

Australian Twitter. It's a thing and it's a treasure-trove of commentary, musings and hilarious reactions to the circus that has been 2017 so far.

It was another chock-a-block week full of the stupid and stupidly awful and, as usual, Australian Twitter made sure to keep in-step with it all.

The Easter Egg fiasco reared its head again. As it does. Every. Bloody. Year. So Aussie Twitter responded in kind:

Also it's extremely important we start saying "hot cross buns" again, instead of "secular perpendicular lines buns".

— David Smith (@dtsmith_sydney) April 8, 2017

Oh and the pineapple debate which refuses to die:

Speaking of things which refuse to die, Mark Latham's very public descent continued to, well, descend:

Similarly, the rest of Auspol's goings-on helped to oil the comedy gears of Aussie Twitter:

"...Senator Xenophon ... could not be reached for comment."

I call bullshit. That man could be cyrogenically frozen and find a camera

— Stephen Murray (@smurray38) April 7, 2017

[to the tune of bob jane tmart ads] bob day recount

— Tiger Webb (@tfswebb) April 5, 2017

And then there was just the general musings:

YEAH BITCH ITS BOYS NIGHT CLEAR THE FUCK OUT BECAUSE WE'RE GETTING ROWDY DRINKING PISS & cuddling up on the couch watching "13 reasons why"

— Christian (@nopoweradeinusa) April 7, 2017

I know I'm not the best at conversation but my uber driver just asked me if I like food

— TOM (@tomwalkerisgood) April 7, 2017

BOOMERS: why does everyone begrudge me my 17 investment properties

MILLENNIALS: sooo which antidepressant doesn't make you fat and frigid

— Robert Piss (@marrowing) April 6, 2017

it looks like my week old daughter will have an outie belly button are there are any support groups or social services available for this

— Jess Wheeler (@wheelswordsmith) April 7, 2017

And it wouldn't be Australian Twitter -- or Twitter for that matter. Actually, no, it wouldn't be the internet, that's it, the internet -- without doggos: