The 27 Most Hilarious Twitter Reactions To Boxing Day 2018
Christmas has come and gone, but now we get to enjoy the absolute treasure that is Boxing Day.
The "Black Friday of Commonwealth Nations" is one of the biggest sale days of the year (the U.S., unfortunately, does not recognize Boxing Day)
Thousands of people across Canada and the United Kingdom, especially, flock to stores and online platforms to take advantage of. As a result, things can get pretty messy...
TL;DR Below are compiled 27 hilarious Tweets about Boxing Day 2018.
Below are compiled the 27 most hilarious Twitter reactions to Black Friday 2018. As Canadians enter a shopping frenzy, it seems most Americans are just confused about what, exactly, Boxing Day is and why it's trending on Twitter.
Boxing day shopping like... pic.twitter.com/8LXwwZlWua— bunnies🐰 (@jumpFloofs) December 26, 2018
An idealistic version of Boxing Day.
Hi, confused American here, what do you mean Boxing Day isn’t when you get to fight everyone who wronged you during the year????— Seasonal but Slutty 1984’s George Whorewell🖋 (@EwdatsGROSS) December 26, 2018
Cat memes and gifs seem to dominate the Boxing Day online culture.
Wishing all my Canadian family and friends a Happy Boxing Day! 😎👍❤️🎁🇨🇦🎄 pic.twitter.com/mRqmrkdNoo— Jack Freeman (@Jfree36008) December 26, 2018
Things can get chaotic.
Boxing Day in Canada is the only day it's legal to punch someone in the face.— Tater 🇨🇦 (@TrueTorontoGirl) December 25, 2018
Some people seem to want to deliberately confuse Americans.
#HolidayCustomsAroundTheWorld— 𝕴𝖈𝖊 𝕮𝖗𝖊𝖆𝖒 𝕯𝖆𝖓 🥓 (@TheGiftOfMayhem) December 24, 2018
In Canada, the country's best boxers participate in a 12-hour event on December 26th, which is known as Boxing Day
For some, Boxing Day is an occassion to return unwanted gifts.
Today is Boxing Day in Canada. Or, as we in America call it; WTF is Boxing Day?— Erik Pearson (@erikpearson213) December 26, 2018
Remember, tomorrow is Boxing Day.— BigRED (@nikkithecanuck) December 25, 2018
In Canada, it’s when we give to the poor. In the US, it’s when you return the shitty gifts you got for Christmas.
me spreading a gay feminist agenda on boxing day? more likely than you think— tam (@positivelydodie) December 26, 2018
Some have ulterior motives..
Wait? People are voluntarily leaving their beds? On Boxing Day?— B (@TweetsByBilal) December 26, 2018
Many have decided to forgo Boxing Day shopping, altogether.
Happy Boxing Day! pic.twitter.com/n5UQS10VYC— TRAFON (@RiseFallNick) December 26, 2018
Secretly what everyone wants.
i can’t believe people actually leave their houses on boxing day you set of fucking weirdos— lenny (@lennzeppelin) December 26, 2018
Just saw a car covered in an iced capp. Happy Boxing Day in Canada.— Crissy 🌷 (@FloralCrissy) December 26, 2018
It's a very Canadian day.
An ideal Boxing Day. pic.twitter.com/uo4Xms5yAm— Markus (@Mrky_B) December 26, 2018
Food hangovers are real.
Ah, Boxing Day. When your house looks like it slept with it’s makeup on.— Vonny LeClerc (@vonny_bravo) December 26, 2018
It’s called Boxing Day because it makes retail workers want to go 10 rounds with dumb customers— mathew (@mathewngvyen) December 26, 2018
Our thoughts go out to all the retail workers today!
Today is Boxing Day in Canada. This is the day they put all the red and green flannel into boxes and then get the brown and red flannel out of other boxes.— B. Miller (@BlaiseInKC) December 26, 2018
And there is much round bacon consumed.
It's a day of seasonal change.
Not what I wanted to see in my #whatsappwonderbox this morning. I sincerely hope it’s a joke about Santas’ taking Boxing Day too literally. If not, these guys are a disgrace to their ‘uniform!’ pic.twitter.com/iGPqcOh69u— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) December 26, 2018
Even Santa needs to release some stress after the busiest day of his year.
Today in Canada it’s Boxing Day. So far, I have punched 15 people.— Sara Ho-Ho-Horney (@CanadianMrs) December 26, 2018
Boxing day mood. pic.twitter.com/2SdRTxyS04— 🎄 ɢᴀᴠɪɴ ❄️ (@gavinworby) December 26, 2018
Am I going to Canada’s largest mall on Boxing Day? Am I a sucker for punishment?— merry lindsmas 🎄 (@sunbonnettrio) December 26, 2018
Apparently, and most definitely
Boxing Day is particularly dangerous in major shopping centres.
Not to worry. Canada will defend its southern border and repel any American invasion. Happy Boxing Day! https://t.co/A0hg6y5MKG— Paul J Elliott (@PaulJElliott) December 26, 2018
It's a day for Canadians to remind themselves of their difference from their American neighbours.
For the US conservatives on my feed: soon, non-denominational-socialized-winter-festivities will occur in Canada. All are issued a festivity stick and judged by a death-panel on their suitability with toeing the party line. Then, on Boxing Day, Queen Elizabeth fights a kangaroo.— Dennis Detwiller (@drgonzo123) December 3, 2018
This Tweet is from early December, but it's just too good to not include.
Stay safe, Canada!