This Poet Tweeted Unpopular Literary Opinions And They’ll Make Every Book Lover Laugh Their Ass Off

Flickr / aehdeschaine and Twitter / @strandbookstore

When a poet takes over a bookstore’s Twitter, you’d expect something beautiful, no? Well, when Patricia Lockwood took over Strand Bookstore’s account for an hour, it certainly was beautiful, but not in the way you’d expect.

That’s right — Lockwood basically spent the whole hour just tweeting unpopular opinions, and they were honestly hilarious (and a little out there).

Did I mention that these tweets are ~ out there ~?

Seriously, it just gets WEIRDER.

She even took a jab at a few famous authors, as we’re all wont to do.

People were understandably confused by the bookstore’s sudden outburst of interesting (and inappropriate) opinions.

https://twitter.com/Sena_Haas/status/872432850452328448

Lockwood didn’t let the haters get her down, though, and left us with this gem:

https://twitter.com/Bro_Pair/status/367406154529243136

If high school students don’t use these tweets to help them write their literary analyses, I’m going to be furious. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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