From stellar parenting tips to general hilarity, we've rounded up all the times Ryan Reynolds absolutely killed it on Twitter
If you follow Ryan Reynolds' Twitter account, then you'll know that he posts some of the funniest, laugh-til-it-hurts tweets, ever. Yep, there's no doubt about it. Scrolling through Ryan's Twitter feed kills us. Every. Single. Time.
Whether it's wishing his true love, Billy Ray Cyrus, a happy birthday (then casually mentioning his wife, Blake Lively, later), or giving expert parent advice, his timeline is guaranteed to make even the most serious of people crack a smile. What's more, his random musings about the ways of the world are milk-through-the-nose funny.
He became a father for the first time in 2014 to daughter, James, and Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds welcomed baby number two earlier this year. We're sure to be treated to even more of his gems of parenting wisdom, now that he has another child to be at the centre of his wittiest quips. Here's hoping that James and her sibling never, ever have to see their dad's Twitter account.
We defy you not to laugh at least once as you scroll through this round up: Here are 25 times we just couldn't help but LOL at Ryan Reynolds' tweets...
Follow Ryan's latest side splitting Tweets at @VancityReynolds.
Ryan Reynolds tweets about fatherhood
We sincerely hope that he's joking with all of these...
Ryan Reynolds tweets about family life
Whether it's a heartfelt message about his wife, spending time with his mother or young nephew, or taking the mick out of his brother, Ryan Reynolds has got this family man thing down to a tee.
Ryan Reynolds is just genuinely funny on Twitter...
Sometimes there are no words to describe how funny a person is, so we'll let Ryan's tweets do the talking here.
Oh, Ryan. How you keep us all amused. Please don't stop being this funny – or delete your Twitter account – ever.
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