Oh, TMI. I’m pretty sure this term (or acronym?) originated sometime when I was a teenager (back in the stone age, basically), but even with the advent of a seemingly endless parade of acronyms in recent decades, TMI has managed to survive.

My theory? It’s because the internet encourages (and rewards) oversharing. And to be honest, I’m not mad. Because we get hilarious tweets like these.

#14. Kids, amirte?

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#13. This is the best thing I have ever read.

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#12. The truth hurts!

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#11.  Gross!

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#10. Was he teaching How To Be A Douche, 101?

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#9. That’s…a lot of body hair.

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#8. I’m not even sure what to say about this.

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#7. You mean there are people who don’t?

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#6.  Poor guy.

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#5. Dad’s just keeping it real.

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#4. What the heck is wrong with people?

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#3. That’s modern art for ya.

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#2. Definitely an overshare, right?

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#1. How sweet. Ha!

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