Best Valentine’s Day Tweets

I love valentines day! Not because I love the holiday itself, but because it generated some really good tweets. Two of the best Valentine’s day hashtags were #ActivistPickupLines and #AcademicValetines.  Now that V-Day is officailly over here are some of the best tweets from those two hashtags.

Activist Pickup Lines

  1. I’d invite you over to my place, but I don’t believe in private property. #ActivistPickupLines – @SamWieseyes
  2. Would you like to redistribute resources by taking me out to dinner? #ActivistPickupLines – @Suey_Park
  3.  If you’re asking for action, my answer is affirmative. #ActivistPickupLines  – @ReadJerome
  4. I don’t mean to drone on and on but you made a strategic strike straight to my heart. #ActivistPickupLines – @drJ512
  5. Girl—sorry, girl is belittling. Woman—too patriarchal. And sorry I assumed you identify as female. I’ll just go. #ActivistPickupLines – @heretichusband

The Best #ActivistPickupLines is ……

If I said your body was subject to pernicious, patriarchal, media-constructed scrutiny, would you hold it against me?#ActivistPickupLines – @Geecologist

Academic Valentine’s

  1. “I’ve never seen bell curves as wonderful as yours.” #AcademicValentines – @ComDoc_H
  2. You spin me right round, baby right round Like a centrifuge #AcademicValentines – @SanaBau
  3. Do you believe in love at first cite? #AcademicValentines – @ExileonWainSt
  4. My love letter for you was vigorously peer reviewed #AcademicValentines – @tmsRuge
  5. Would you like to be my *p<0.05 other? #Academicvalentines – @babyattachmode

The Best #AcademicValentines is ……

How do I love thee? Let me deconstruct the ways. #AcademicValentines-@tumbulwead

And as a bonus here is a theological Valentine’s Day card… (via @eerdmansbooks)

Luther Valentine's Day

Published by cwoznicki

Christ Follower. PhD Student in Systematic Theology at Fuller Seminary. UCLA Philosophy Grad. Former college minister at The Church at Rocky Peak. I'm into theology, philosophy, the Gospels, culture, and mission.

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