Everyone who has ever posted something online about a celebrity wonders if somehow, someday, that celebrity will come across what they wrote.

These Twitter users now have confirmation, and much more.

Dr. Phil has obviously been very successful in his endeavors and has quite the following of people who believe in his work and seek his advice. However, it appears Dr. Phil has a bit of a more personal following, as well.

In the following Buzzfeed video, Dr. Phil was provided with a series of "thirsty" tweets that were all about him, his looks, his maturity and some of his admirers' naughty confessions.

What makes the video so hilarious is not just the fact that Dr. Phil is seeing them, but that he is reading them aloud and reacting to them.

Dr. Phil Reads Thirst Tweets youtu.be

Many of Dr. Phil's reactions to these tweets are hilarious, mostly because he uses himself as the punchline for many of his jokes (mostly his age and his baldness), but also the fact that some of today's slang clearly goes over his head.

One of his most popular reactions in the video is to this Tweet:

To this, he replied:

"You're saying, 'As long as I got a face, you got a place to sit'."

His understanding misses the mark slightly, and places himself in the role of the punchline again, but that's what made the whole video so priceless.

After seeing the video, many took to Twitter to share their responses.

Some have shared their enjoyment and their thoughts on how hilarious the video was.

Others were shocked or simply wondering, ". . . Why?"

And of course, there were those who wondered, "If they got Dr. Phil, who else can we get?"

Like any other video that's gone viral, there is always a range of responses to its existence in the first place!

May this be preparation for all of us: Next time you tweet about a celebrity you like, make sure you're ready for them to read it in a future Buzzfeed video!

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Becuase it's hilarious, that's why. Just check out the following entries below and see for yourself.

Reddit user, u/GrotiusandPufendorf, wanted to know what the funniest jokes on the planet are when they asked:

What is your favorite dad joke?

A Murder Of Cows?


Dad: Look at that flock of cows over there.

Kids: A HERD of cows.

Dad: Of course I heard of cows, there is a flock of them right over there.

Note: pulled that joke successfully a few times, and my kids even did it to their summer camp instructor.


We Should Probably Leaf

At the park with my girls: "Dad, can we go play?"

Me: "sure, just stay away from those trees over there"

Girls: " umm...ok, why?"

Me: " I don't know...they look a little shady to me."

Good for producing eye rolls


What Better Way To Carry It Home


"Would you like the milk in the bag?"

Dad: "No thanks, you can keep it in the carton."


Scrambled Or Over-Easy?

Dad at breakfast: I'll have bacon and eggs, please

Waiter: How do you like your eggs?

Dad: I don't know, I haven't gotten them yet!


Feeling The Humor

Dad: "Nice shirt, is that felt?"

Not Dad: "No."

Dad: Reaches over and touches sleeve "It is now!"


That Joke Killed!


Why do graveyards have gates?

Because people are dying to get in.

My Dad always told it passing a graveyard.


Lean Back. Lean Back.

"I love my furniture. My recliner and I go way back."


Stating The Obvious, But Still Hilarious

I had a terrible day yesterday. As I was walking home, a man in a wheelchair stole my camouflage jacket!

As he was wheeling away, I shouted after him, "you can hide but you can't run!"


Give It A Second...


A magician was walking down the street.

Then, he turned into a grocery store.


Car Humor. That's All.

Dad putting car in reverse

Dad: Ahh, this takes me back


That's Always The Point

Not a joke in the traditional sense but, when I'm at a restaurant and the waitress says "Do you wanna box for that?" I always reply with "No, but I'll wrestle you for it."

No one ever gets it but it makes me laugh. And that's the point, right?


And the King of Them All...?


I tell dad jokes.

Sometimes he laughs.


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