29 times BJ Novak was ridiculously funny on Twitter

It is impossible not to read these tweets in his voice.

You know BJ Novak – he was obviously Ryan on The office (when he did not write for the show), but also wrote the popular children’s book The book without pictures and created the current FX on Hulu show The premise.

And you may have recently seen the wild story of how a picture of BJ was accidentally considered public property, and brands abroad started putting his face on random products, lol.

Well, when BJ is not doing all that, he’s on Twitter, where he’s known for being A) really funny and B) maybe a little stuffy. Here are some of his best tweets:


If you give me food in a container, you’ll never get the container back, I do not care if it’s diamond plated Tupperware that has been in your family for generations

Twitter: @bjnovak


“Welcome to our house. Here are the four almost identical giant remote controls for the TV. This one has the on / off button, this one changes channel, this one is for volume, and this one we do not know what it does”

Twitter: @bjnovak


“I do not want to tell you their name, but it rhymes with …” – has this ever been used sincerely, as a real attempt to protect someone’s privacy? If so, that’s a strange choice

Twitter: @bjnovak


It felt wonderful to be asked “how are you?” this morning before I realized that this was our production COVID coordinator and this was a mandatory question

Twitter: @bjnovak


Remember to wash your hands with soap and water for twenty seconds. And before you bite an apple, rub it briefly on the shirt you’ve been wearing all day

Twitter: @bjnovak

Lots of fun, BJ – and I have to say, I love how open you are about being as obsessed with your phone as we are!


Keep sharing the funny tweets, my good man!

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