It might be less than a week into the New Year, but if you haven’t watched “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” yet, you’re already behind. The show is the latest Netflix obsession because it is so pure and useful. Marie herself is so inspiring because she wants those following her KonMari Method to choose joy in order to declutter their life.
“Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” dropped on New Year’s Day – the perfect time to declutter your life. The typical New Year’s resolution list does tend to include “cleaning” or “organizing.” But with this show, it doesn’t feel like a chore to tackle problem spots in your home. You actually want to sort through things and figure out why you’ve been holding onto them for so long.
In the days since the show first premiered, people have jumped onto Twitter to express their deep love of the show. These Twitter users had some of the funniest reactions to the newest Netflix program.
1. This Alternative Show Title
welcome to my new Netflix show it’s called CLUTTERING IS GOOD ACTUALLY IT IS LIKE A NEST MADE OF STUFF BUILT TO PROTECT YOU FROM FEELING FEELINGS
— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) January 5, 2019
Because sometimes clutter *does* actually make us feel better! Or safe, at least.
2. This Drake x Netflix crossover
After watching one episode of Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix: pic.twitter.com/Gp1g8EAgXl
— Faizal Rosly (@ijaicool) January 6, 2019
Will we ever get tired of this Drake meme? Probably not.
3. This Person Who Is Applying the Method To All Aspects of Their Life
Me applying Marie Kondo’s KonMari method to all aspects of my life pic.twitter.com/UOcHE23uLV
— Paul (@pauriahcarey) January 6, 2019
Declutter *every* aspect of your life if you can do it!
4. “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” > “Bird Box”
Me: I feel like I’m ready to watch Bird Box now
Netflix: TIDYING UP WITH MARIE KONDO
— Imani (@imanipinckney) January 6, 2019
This Twitter user knows the real Netflix program we should be obsessed with right now.
5. This Twitter User Had a Serious Question Though
WHERE is Marie Kondo buying all these tiny, exactly the right size boxes to fill with things inside slightly larger exactly the right size boxes?!!!
— Chloë Minish (@ChloeMinish) January 6, 2019
Did she find them at Home Goods? Asking for a friend.
6. This Is What Everyone Thinks Marie’s Home Looks Like
Marie Kondo’s home pic.twitter.com/PCX7efA42C
— Claude Zeins (@czeins) January 3, 2019
I mean… but it does look pretty decluttered!
7. This Person, Who Is Really All of Us
— Maritza Moulite (@MaritzaMoulite) January 1, 2019
We’re all sitting here bingeing this show, yet our poor closets remain neglected.
8. This Person Who Refuses to Throw Books Out
Marie Kondo: h-
People With Too Many Books: I CANT BELIEVE YOURE FORCING ME TO BURN ALL OF MY BOOKS
— betty felon (@bettyfelon) January 4, 2019
We don’t care if we have 100 books we don’t read anymore, we’re not giving them away.
9. This Polite, Yet High Level of Shade
— offscreen babble podcast (@offscreenbabble) January 1, 2019
She’s not wrong!
10. And This Person Who Remembers the Original “Tidying Up”
Tidying up with Marie Kondo, but instead it’s my mom throwing away things she’s deemed unnecessary with zero input allowed from the couples
— Dami Lee (@dami_lee) January 3, 2019
Our moms would be so proud.
Which of these Twitter reactions best represents how you felt after bingeing “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo“?