NYT Minus Context is a Twitter account that takes pieces of text from the New York Times (you guessed it: out of context) with hilarious and relatable results.
1. When you're Christian but still want the liberal arts college experience:
2. Any time you try to balance your strengths and weaknesses on your resume:
3. The kinds of thoughts you have when you take public transportation at least three times per day:
4. When you try to explain to people why you keep going out in spite of the 48-hour hangovers:
5. Watching the election burst into flames like:
6. When you'd rather eat your bodyweight in Chipotle and pass out at 4pm than engage in human interaction:
7. Your level of concern when the clown thing hasn't hit your city yet:
8. Trying to figure out what to do with your double major like:
9. When you're trying to pick a side in the latest celebrity feud:
10. Reading literally anything political:
11. When you never learned how to take "no" for an answer:
12. All of us about 22.9% of the way through 2016:
13. Trying to be that honest friend before a party but it's a whole lot less endearing than you imagined:
14. When some people got it and some people (you) just don't:
15. When you have to convince your much cooler friends to do something with you:
16. Every time you try in vain not to overthink a text:
17. When coworkers ask what you're doing after the happy hour:
18. When they actually call your references:
19. "Tell me about yourself."
20. Me @ me:
21. All of us during any months that aren't October:
22. Just because it's the rule doesn't mean it makes any damn sense.
23. When they're doing that thing:
24. When you work for a startup:
25. And when the going gets tough:
P.S. Every NYT Minus Context tweet comes with a NYT Plus Context response, where you can read the original pieces.