You’re either a Black Friday person or you aren’t.
Maybe you’re fighting the scrums in the sales or glued to your computer and hitting refresh – or perhaps you’re watching it unfold with a raised eyebrow and a shake of the head.
Whatever your mood, there’s probably a tweet that perfectly sums it up.
1. The one who loves to hate it
Taking great pleasure in summarily deleting any email title Black Friday— Patrick Grant (@paddygrant) November 23, 2018
2. The one who carries on as normal
3. The one who can’t find the right deal
Does anyone know where they’re doing good Black Friday deals on houses in London’s zone two? Thanks guys.— Dolly H Alderton (@dollyalderton) November 23, 2018
4. The other one who can’t find the right deal
are there any black friday deals on men who aren’t disappointing— sloane (sipihkopiyesis) (@cottoncandaddy) November 23, 2018
5. This very British response to Black Friday
GET properly prepared for Black Friday, by remembering that you're British and ignoring it.
(via @AndyGilder)— Twop Twips (@TwopTwips) November 23, 2018
6. And this even more British response
Please can retailers stop sending me emails and texts about Black Friday.
It is November 23rd. I don’t start my Christmas shopping until December 24th. Thank you 🌲🌲— Jonathan Agnew (@Aggerscricket) November 23, 2018
7. The one who relates it all to football
Football clubs should get into the festivities & take part in Black Friday too. It’s only fair.
Jenkinson reduced to clear
Buy Moreno and get an Origi absolutely free
Up to 70% off old stock including Young, Valencia & Jones
50% off Drinkwater when you buy Cahill— Sibs 🔰 (@SibsMUFC) November 23, 2018
8. The poetic one
BLACK FRIDAY POETRY SALE
Here's an offer
on Romantic poetry
that won't cost you
BYRON GET ONE FREE
if you want your
Wordsworth.— Brian Bilston (@brian_bilston) November 23, 2018
9. The one that’s a bit too real
My favorite holiday is Black Friday because I like to fill the emptiness in my heart with material objects 😀— Emmy (@emmymhartman) November 23, 2018
10. The one that’s worried about aspect ratios
If you’re filming any Black Friday fights today could you please ensure your phone is horizontal. On behalf of everybody, tysm x— Scouse Ma (@Scouse_ma) November 23, 2018
11. The one who wants to go back to basics
I think it's a real shame that Black Friday has become so commercial these days. We've lost its true meaning, which is to push an old lady over to get at a slightly discounted TV. 🙁#BlackFridayUK— Phlegm Clandango (@Cain_Unable) November 23, 2018
12. And the one that just wants a really good deal
When will brands learn that 20% off is not a black friday deal I want 99% off at LEAST— sophie (@sophxthompson) November 23, 2018
- Press Association