Twitter celebrates #EdBallsDay in classic style
Three years ago today Ed Balls tweeted his own name. And Ed Balls Day was born.
Don’t see why we should have to go to work on #EdBallsDay- we need another bank holiday.
— Tully Hartigan (@belindawebb) April 28, 2014
I used to love #EdBallsDaywhen I was a kid but now the magic has gone. I’m not even going to bother with a tree this year.
— Chris Sandi (@drofidnas) April 28, 2014
Never understood why we celebrate #EdBallsDay: it’s an essentially American celebration after all.
— Paul Bernal (@PaulbernalUK) April 28, 2014
#EdBallsDayseems to come earlier each year.
— Primly Stable (@PrimlyStable) April 28, 2014
#EdBallsDaywas invented by the card shops, it’s another way for them to make money.
— Ben Unsworth (@benunsworth) April 28, 2014
They’ve had an Ed Balls grotto in our local shopping centre since January. People are forgetting the real meaning of #EdBallsDay
— Alistair Coleman (@scaryduck) April 28, 2014
Woke up this morning to find coal in my #EdBallsDaystocking
— Robyn Vinter (@RobynVinter) April 28, 2014
— Tom Wilson (@feedthedrummer) April 27, 2014
How are we all celebrating #EdBallsDay? Have you all got your EdBalls Eggs?
— Sean Murricane (@SeanMurricane) April 28, 2014
Yet another event I have to get cards for #edballsday
— Elliot Page (@Elliot__Page) April 28, 2014
— Humphrey Cushion (@humphreycushion) April 28, 2014
— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) April 28, 2014
Ed Balls to each and every one of you. #edballsday
— Andy Shaw (@RedAndy54) April 28, 2014
Michelle Dinan #EdBallsDay
— Michelle Dinan (@MichelleDinan) April 28, 2014
Happy Ed Balls Day to all practicing and non-practicing Ed Balls. #EdBallsDay
— James Phillips (@JamesAnstee) April 28, 2014
Its #EdBallsDay. Don’t go wild kids, remember- a Milliband is for life, not just for Ed Balls’ Day
— Alasdair Taylor (@AWTaylor83) April 28, 2014