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The Funniest Things Women Did the Week of Nov. 15

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It's that time, friends, when we bring you a roundup of the funniest things women have said and/or done this week for your laughing pleasure!

The tweets that tickled our fancy this week were:

Here are some further hilarious happenings from women:

Adele Had a (Likely Unintentionally) Funny Answer to Who Her New Music Is For

In a recent interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music, the singer who just dropped her album 30 shared that her music isn't for those on TikTok — namely, 12-year-olds. "I don't want 12-year-olds listening to this record — it's a bit too deep. But the 30- and 40-year-olds who are all committing to themselves and doing therapy, that's my vibe, 'cause that's what I was doing," she said. Praise to Adele for making music just for us, some of the 30-to 40-year-olds in therapy!

These Employees Who Wished Their Boss Happy Birthday in the Most Fantastic Way

They all bought wigs reminiscent of her hair and surprised her by wearing them. The video is so wholesome and inspiring for any of us who have bosses with a signature look (perhaps if your boss isn't good-humored, do not recreate this!) I don't know this boss woman named Megan personally, but I love the love her office has for her.

Hilary Duff Made Fun of Her Own Dancing

Hilary Duff poked fun at herself and her own cringey dance moves from the early aughts. Clips of Duff performing her song "With Love" have been making the rounds on the internet lately because of her jerky movements, and others have been recreating the dance themselves. In response, Duff shared a video of herself in 2021 and cheekily acknowledged the dance's lack of, uh, pizzazz.

See anything hilarious in the wild? Feel free to DM us on @circlearoundofficial on Instagram to send us your funny tips!


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