Source: Twitter/History Muppet
Aug 19, 2022
Tweets of the Week: Meet every thruple in Fort Greene
Plus a marriage proposal in the Fort Greene "Buy Nothing" Facebook group and a new book store in Park Slope
Every week we at Brooklyn Magazine read the entire internet in order to curate (some of) our favorite tweets from the previous seven days. These are locally sourced, organically grown, free range nuggets of wisdom and jest for the week ending August 19.
The saddest part of the gentrification of Bed Stuy is Biggie died before he had the opportunity to write a rhyme with the word “kombucha“.
— Adam Gabel (@TheAdamGabel) August 13, 2022
Eat your heart out Bushwick queers https://t.co/ZYNamr2laQ
— Garrett deGraffenreid (@Garrettdeg) August 17, 2022
Living in Brooklyn is so funny because you get to see so many of these Twitter funnymen irl and most of them are so meek, if you’ve ever wanted to throw hands with a big account, I want you to know you definitely can do it
— Park Slope Arsonist (@PSArsonist) August 17, 2022
renting this charming 1BR .5 bath in Park Slope. utils not included, shared kitchen space. dryer only. $2350/mo + $120 window fee + $7050 deposit required at signing pic.twitter.com/ZbtmaZxzje
— Mr. Special Little Guy (@housesitter_) August 14, 2022
does anyone in nyc wanna sublet this spacious decline bench at blink williamsburg for 90 seconds? i’m in between sets
— ✨ Mikey ✨ (@mikey_almeida) August 18, 2022
I always think she’s holding up a gun in a threatening manner when I’m served this ad… and then it’s an RBG action figure pic.twitter.com/UFHS1pPtQ0
— Daniel (@idkidk) August 17, 2022
There's a dispensary opening in Flatbush with a smoking lounge, arcade, and painting classes. A better world is possible.
— Jacob Silverman (@SilvermanJacob) August 14, 2022
Just walked past a man who was helplessly staring at his wailing infant in a stroller on this beautiful afternoon in Brooklyn, and then said to the baby: "This feels like an overreaction."
— Laura Bassett (@LEBassett) August 14, 2022
Sidewalk bird sale, Crown Heights pic.twitter.com/Iyh1bCWL3n
— Corey Kilgannon (@coreykilgannon) August 12, 2022
one cocktail away from yelling “shalom aleichem” at random hasidim in williamsburg
— ein-sofist (@aesthetikeit) August 16, 2022
Me except leaving Williamsburg to go back to Fort Greene https://t.co/IStijHgFm0
— Annie Hamilton (@ANNIE_HAM) August 17, 2022
every thruple in fort greene https://t.co/1hNje2l5k8
— samcorb (@samcorb) August 13, 2022
“I be in Flatbush all the time & never see you”
should I stand under the welcome to flatbush sign from 9-5?
— happyhoes.org (@Madesonee_) August 17, 2022
Huge news, Brooklyn! A gorgeous new bookstore on 6th Ave in Park Slope! pic.twitter.com/zN6zcIS4nS
— Rachel Fershleiser (@RachelFersh) August 16, 2022
That aborted fetus could have been tweeting from an iphone in bushwick
— debo (@killmefam) August 15, 2022
Washington St. Brooklyn, New York, 1974. pic.twitter.com/ouTVNqeGtU
— World Of History (@UmarBzv) August 16, 2022
Daily News, The Inquiring Photographer, 100 years ago today, August 16, 1922
THE QUESTION. What baseball player do you admire most, and why?
THE PLACE. Fulton Street and Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn.
THE ANSWERS. pic.twitter.com/ykAYYK8MsI
— New York Mammoths (@NYMammoths) August 16, 2022
ACTUALLY OWLS HEAD IS THE NAME OF A LONG SINCE INFILLED PIECE OF LAND SOUTH OF THE BLISS ESTATE AND WHAT IS NOW THE PARK WAS THE ORIGINAL YELLOW HOOK AS DOCUMENTED BY THE HESSIAN OCCUPIERS DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR AND DENYSES WHARF ISN'T ACTUALLY WHERE DENYSE HAD A WHARF… pic.twitter.com/Y1i9ZsxdvD
— Radio Free Bay Ridge (@RadioFreeBR) August 18, 2022
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