Supreme Court might have banned firecrackers, but they certainly haven’t banned humor. If you’re also not bursting crackers tonight or hanging out with friends, we got ya! Here are some of the funniest tweets about Diwali you can laugh at:
Just wished the cook happy Diwali and got an ok. :-/ pic.twitter.com/Etnwjd9Ywh
— That Goan Boy (@schmmuck) October 19, 2017
Cracker ban in Delhi explained. pic.twitter.com/k3PQo7BjCH
— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) October 13, 2017
"Diwali celebrations don't feel like diwali of childhood anymore"
First of all, you're not a child anymore
— EngiNerd. (@mainbhiengineer) October 18, 2017
'Dude, don't you celebrate Diwali?'
First of all I'm doing CA
— Mojo (@Singhlicious) October 19, 2017
Aren't we in the same family??? pic.twitter.com/TcNs6tHok0
— Jungli Billi (@iamhorcrux) November 11, 2015
— Amey Kulkarni (@Kulkarnium) October 19, 2017
Rest of India celebrating Diwali to Delhiites : pic.twitter.com/TJMrni2iqk
— Bollywood Memers (@BollywoodMemers) October 19, 2017
Hey NASA, here you go. You can use this image for this year's Diwali – pic.twitter.com/ilCHnBGm2w
— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) October 19, 2017
With firecrackers banned in Delhi, HOW is my neighbour Mr. Aggarwal going to tell the whole neighbourhood that he makes more money than the rest of us? TELL ME? I'm just going to wait outside his house till this drives him nuts, and he starts throwing money off his balcony.
— Akshar (@AksharPathak) October 10, 2017
Diwali to bachpan mein achhi hoti thi. Ab to patakhon mein environment ki chinta hai aur sweets khaane mein diet ki.
— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) October 18, 2017
Ek hote hai chutiye.
Ek hote hai madarchod.
Fir aate hai raat ko 12 baje 1000 ki ladi phodne wale.
— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) October 19, 2017
Returned after 14 years and still the same! Mere dost toh 6 mahine mein Sri Lanka se bhi waapas American accent ke saath hi aate hain.
— pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) October 19, 2017