Jimmy Fallon Asks People to Share Their Dumbest Family Fights
Here are just a few Jimmy’s favorite #DumbestFamilyFights tweets.
But wait, there’s more. Obviously, Jimmy could only share a few of the #DumbestFamilyFights tweets on the live broadcast of The Tonight Show, but there were many, many more great responses. Scroll down to see some of our personal favorites.
Best Game Show
#DumbestFamilyFightWhen I was 4, my grandmother and great-grandmother had a curse word filled debate on which is a better game show, Wheel of Fortune or Jeopardy during Christmas dinner and we all had to leave and I didn’t get pie 😞
— 𝐌ick (@mickru79) January 14, 2020
When my sister were tweens we got in a big fight over who was going to marry Donny Osmond, Mom yelled shut up! Donny isn’t going to marry either of you, his family is going to make him marry a Mormon girl. Us: can we change religion? #DumbestFamilyFight pic.twitter.com/QsHzEZwT3B
— 🏵RegiGirl🧜🏽♀️ (@MSRegiGirl) January 13, 2020
Which Leg First?
#DumbestFamilyFightMy family fought for three hours stright and the ENTIRE arguement was about whether people should enter their homes using their left or right leg first…😪😴
— Ian (@Ian12057900) January 14, 2020
My mom got mad at my brother & I for not wishing her new Husband a Happy Birthday, but whoops, she got mad too early cause his birthday wasn’t for another 2weeks, & double whoops, she’d had been mistaking my Dad’s birthday for her new husbands bdy.😂#DumbestFamilyFight pic.twitter.com/sbhWYjqnxR
— 🌊 Trisha Mott-Boone #DemCast 🌊 (@Trishamott) January 14, 2020
We spent a night arguing over who was the greater artist, Eric Clapton or Beethoven? (Alcohol may have been involved) #DumbestFamilyFight
— Alex Kaseberg (@AlexKaseberg) January 15, 2020
My dad spent 2 HOURS arguing w/us about how we lost the remote and kept making me and my sister get up to change the channel. Only to find out the next day he was sitting on it the whole time & was too embarrassed to tell us when he realized it #DumbestFamilyFight
— Brittany Forgette (@Forgettebritt) January 14, 2020
It Was a Dream
In our 30s, my twin sister described to me an incident in high school that she’d never forgiven me for-it occurred on the balcony of our cafeteria. Our cafeteria didn’t have a balcony. It was a dream- and she’d been upset for 15yrs #DumbestFamilyFight
— Natalie Flores (@nfoertch) January 13, 2020
As a child I got into an argument with my dad because I did not understand that Harrison Ford could be both Han Solo AND Indiana Jones. I actually told him he was too old to understand how movies worked. #DumbestFamilyFight
— MasterBearJedi (@masterbearjedi) January 13, 2020
The Ceiling Fan
We got in a fight at Xmas over whether the ceiling fan was rotating clockwise or counter clockwise. The only resolution that could calm everyone down was “it depends on if your point of view is from above or below it”. Still a touchy subject 5 years later. #DumbestFamilyFight
— Boogie (@boogiechurv) January 13, 2020
Peanut Butter and Jelly
— Tatum (@Ma2adams) January 13, 2020
Have you ever fought with your family about something completely ridiculous? What was it?