Best Tweet Ever: Geraldo’s Most Wanted

By Jami Smith

Originally published on Advocate.com March 23 2012 6:36 PM ET

Every week, The Advocate's Jami Smith brings you the top 10 tweets
from LGBT comedians — and our favorite gay jokes from straight comedians, or
just whatever made us laugh. For daily updates, join the more than 5,000 people
who already follow @gaysayer on Twitter. If you're a little behind on the Geraldo news, check out the clip at the bottom of the article.

And now a post from your host:

I keep my hood inside my pants because of shit like this.

— Jami Smith (@jamismithcomic) March 23, 2012

Number 10:

Legally I'm only attracted to Justin Timberlake starting with the "Bye Bye Bye" video.

— Sean Brewster (@TheSeanBrewster) March 21, 2012

Number 9:

Drag shows make me a little uncomfortable because it's like a lot of attention on not me.

— Randy Rainbow (@RandyRainbow) March 19, 2012

Number 8:

"I like my men like I like my women: Both."-bisexuals

— Zackary Ross (@Zackblows) March 19, 2012

Number 7:

Kind of sad that a modern day Titanic love story would probably take place on Carnival cruise ship.

— Maggie (@maggsd) March 20, 2012

Number 6:

Worried that when I turn 65, I'll immediately start finding the men on The Golden Girls attractive.

— Louis Peitzman (@LouisPeitzman) March 21, 2012

Number 5:

It's not fair that all those kids in Africa and Asia get to play hunger games while American kids are stuck playing childhood obesity games.

— God (@TheTweetOfGod) March 19, 2012

Number 4:

With all the racial tension and homophobia these days maybe the solution is to go back to just making fun of blondes.

— mark normand (@marknorm) March 23, 2012

Number 3:

Lesbians are so fucked with this hoodie thing.

— Jill Kushner (@TheJillKushner) March 23, 2012

Number 2:

According to Geraldo Rivera, Michael Cera is America's most dangerous gang member.

— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) March 23, 2012

Number 1, Best Tweet Ever:

"If she didn't want to be eaten by a wolf, then why did she wear that little red riding hood?" - Geraldo reading to preschoolers

— Chris Schleicher (@cschleichsrun) March 23, 2012