15 of the Best (Worst) DMs People Have Received on Twitter

If you’re like me, you get a bit of a pit in your stomach when you see a message come through from someone you don’t regularly interact with on Twitter (or any platform, really.

They’re almost never great, but most are easily ignored with a simple eyeroll and hitting the block button.

Some, though, like these 15 are so excellently bad that they have to be shared.

15. Don’t flatter her so much!

This is hilarious and awful all at once.

14. This is flat-out hilarious.

Seriously, this guy deserves a slow-clap of appreciation.

13. Hmm. Define modestly.

I need to know how much Starbucks we’re talking about here.

12. That is one large heart.

Depending on her day, this could have been just what she needed.

11. I would have had to reply to this one.

There are too many unanswered questions.

10. He wanted to be honest from the start.

A nine is still pretty good, guess.

9. Sheldon Cooper, is that you?

Flags are about the least interesting thing I can think of.

8. Was it an accident? Or not?

Maybe the best part is that you’ll never know.

7. Crap, am I supposed to be able to do those things?

I had no idea.

6. Do yourself a favor and don’t Google the translation.

I’m not sure if he’s referring to himself or the person he sent the message to but it isn’t nice.

5. Do what you must.

Thanks for the parting compliment, I guess.

4. Someone’s been watching John Mulaney.

It’s not bad, as far as conversation starters go.

3. Just shooting his shot.

This one is giving me endless giggles.

2. Let me just stop you right there.

Spelling is a dead giveaway.

1. Yikes, talk about dismissing an entire group.

Not sure what he wants you to do about it?

I am dying. Some of this randomness is, dare I say, charming?

What’s your favorite story of a crappy message received from a stranger? If you’ve got a good one, share it with us in the comments!