The 5 Funniest Hockey Tweets of the Week: Safety First Edition

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Collecting the top attempts at hockey humor on Twitter for the week ending 11/17/13.

You guys know I have to do these twitter roundup posts on Sundays, right? I have to take time out of my Sunday afternoon to put together this bullshit, which now involves me having to read TheNHLHumor's tweets too.

Man I make a lot of bad decisions.

Anyway, here are the five funniest hockey-related tweets of the past week:

#5

Carlyle's funny old man stuff is becoming a regular part of this feature.

#4

Actually, Scrivens is really into Radiolab.

#3

I cannot believe I never thought of "barfalo" before. It just goes to show you that Battle of California will forever be in James Mirtle's tall, skinny shadow.

#2

Jesus, can you imagine if a puck would have hit him right in the helmet? God that would have been the best thing ever.

#1 -The Fake Dan Ellis Memorial Tweet of the Week!

You guys know that I don't like to include unintentional humor in this list too often, but...hole-eee-shit.

Remember, if you see a funny hockey tweet during the week and think it deserves a place in the top five, send it to me @MegalodonBOC .

Was @TheNHLHumor funny this week?

No, NHL Humor was not funny this week. Better luck next week!

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