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The Geneatweets: 27/08/2010

A collection of some of the week's weirdest, funniest, and most intriguing genealogy tweets.

“One afternoon in the sun and I'm burnt. Thanks, Scottish ancestors.” (@emillogical)

“For some reason I want to sing along to the radio really loudly today.” (@alisonlodge)

“Unfortunately the cats don't like the F-111 noise. They blame us, as we go outside to look and they think we've caused it.” (@WollemiPine)

“I also read of a Russian describing Please Mr Postman as the most beautiful love song ever written. Good rousing rock number but love song?” (@WollemiPine)

“struggling, somewhat, to get back into the groove. hope you lot, on the other hand, are firing on all cylinders” (@monkchips)

“has to go a genealogy project this semester and doesn't really know where to start. Census records seem to be a dead end.” (@CaitlanWho)

“Still waiting every day for some will copies which will hopefully give some interesting info on various ancestors who were pub landlords.” (@wideblueskies)

“Children should be seen and not heard. My Victorian ancestors had one thing right.” (@quinnykins)

“OMG how did our ancestors survive without 87 different appliances in their kitchen” (@BestAppliances1)

“Why the hell my relatives think that I'm some heavy alcoholic” (@Vinylriceboy)

“My most boring relatives are over. Family commitments can be so annoying!Especially when my mum keeps nagging me.” (@XxTwilliciousxX)

“I'm looking at our relatives' fb profiles .....and i find it as a twisted thing to do! And I'm enjoying it!” (@adalarderoyalty)

“Why do my relatives kept on saying that Justin Bieber is a gay? Wish they would just shut up and mind their businesses. :/” (@nixylovesbieber)

“Go and holiday and guilt trip the dog-sitting relatives into doing it. Worked for me!”
(@jonbonitace)

“More info than any of you need or require but I'm off to the hospital for a lovely relaxing procedure called a sweep.” (@nicstep)

“Do be do, hurry up train. I really want a bagel” (@halbpro)

“Think I'm gonna love the class I had today! AND got a call from an unknown distant relative asking about genealogy! Such an awesome day!”
(@mccumbers)

“If our ancestors have had terrifying dreams pretty much identical to ours, does that mean my ancestors dreamt of Jerry Orbach?” (@mreida)

“So.. after Hitler's DNA test.. it showed that he had Jewish and African ancestors... does that make him related to Lenny Kravitz?” (@Reisedogg)

“Meeting relatives from Aachen today. They speak funny. :( (@nosugarinmytea)

“My pet rock died today. I buried him with his dead relatives. ;) (@JKWisler)

“Loves 3am phone calls from relatives...I swear I'm the next Dear Abby...” (@Puchi_La_Diva88)

“I was a depressed kid who bore grudges when my relatives gave me dolls for presents.” (@srzly)

“Relatives have arrived, and my bed's in disarray. Actually, disarray is the wrong word. It's more like massacred.” (@thenightsshadow)

“Like a 5% chance I may murder someone for the delicious smelling sandwich they have. Actually drooling” (@halbpro)

“My dad sent me an email this morning with info about one of our ancestors. He invented the strawberry punnet basket. How cool is that?” (@KTSerendipity)

“While explaining Facebook to relatives, my 7-year old cousin asked, "How can someone write on your wall if they can't get in your house?"” (@ann_lee87)

“#18thcenturyinternet The American Colonies have unfriended Great Britain. France likes this.” (@PaulAshbyUB)

“U know what fascinates me? The American accent. How the hell did our British ancestors flip an accent to SUCH an extent and make a new one?” (@DiGi_Valentine)

“Now time for me to get to my genealogy, am in a searching mood. Grin” (@alliecor)

“If God put your genealogy in the bible would he point you out like he did with Enoch or would he just move on like he did with Kenan?” (@irnsides)

“I never got this pride with which people trace their lineage back to the Mayflower. Your ancestors were religious wackos noone liked.” (@ermso)

“My dog whines and whimpers when we clip her nails...her ancestors worked 24 hours a day or hunted bison...she's such a freakin princess! :P (@Anth_ology)

“I'm almost positive my ancestors roll over in their graves when I pour Guinness from a can” (@jsterlingtaylor)

“A husband said to his wife, "No, I don't hate your relatives. In fact, I like your mother-in-law better than I like mine."” (@Buggz79(

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