Every so often, we like to bring you some of the top tweets we uncover over on our Twitter feed.
These aren’t necessarily ours, or even from our followers — just some gems that have caught our attention or made us laugh recently.
Take a look at our picks below.
Here to hear
This is the moment a deaf baby girl hears her mother's voice ? ? pic.twitter.com/f1boJFjyFO
— BBC World Service (@bbcworldservice) December 12, 2019
This one, about a little girl’s reaction when her hearing aids are turned on in the morning, caught the eye (or ear?) of Features Ed Alex.
Those are some contented noises!
A little history
Pullar's Dye Works employed James Ferguson, aka Nisbet Noble, (as a clerk), and David Mitchell Smith (as a timekeeper), between 1870 and 1900. Two well-known working-class Scottish poets and contributors to @TheFriendMag! @PistonPen @LiteraryBonds https://t.co/22i6TpDu48
— Charlotte Lauder (@checkpointchaz) December 10, 2019
Charlotte’s PhD research into Scottish magazines means she always has an interesting historical titbit to share.
Here, she makes a connection between a Perth-based cleaners and some early contributors to our magazine.
And a lovely(?) drink
THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND was founded in 1869. Here is the front page of the newspaper from June 24, 1907 for #FriendlyArchives. I would also like to have an amusing adventure at an Irish fair…. pic.twitter.com/DnsiWObqKo
— Falkirk Archives (@FalkirkArchives) November 25, 2019
Just what on earth is “Dr Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa”?
This vintage “Friend” front page from 1907 doesn’t really say . . . and despite the fabulous illustration, there’s not many of us in the office would take a chance drinking it!
This image was shared by Falkirk Archives.
A democratic right to exercise
— Dogs Trust ?? (@DogsTrust) December 12, 2019
Literally the best thing to come out of this latest UK general election.
Take a look at #dogsatpollingstations. We guarantee that you won’t be disappointed!
Finally . . . okay, so this one’s cheating
— The People's Friend (@TheFriendMag) November 28, 2019
That’s it from us! We’ll bring you more top tweets next month!
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