The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has requested people not to send them mail during the late hours of the night.
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is, without doubt, one of the funniest accounts on Twitter and it continues to live up to its reputation every day. The account shared a hilarious image and requested people not to send them bizarre questions late into the night. The department conveyed the message to followers through its official Twitter handle on June 13, reading, "Please stop DMing the government at 1 am." The message sent by an unknown person read: "Do you ever think about how deep the ocean is and get worried that there are continent-size whales down there? Or does being landlocked kind of absolve that fear?" The message was sent at 12.53 am. The tweet has garnered 3.1 million views and 71k likes, reported Insider.
Please stop dming the government at 1am. pic.twitter.com/Hn4RoUDDnu— Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (@OKWildlifeDept) June 13, 2023
People have also replied to the department's tweet. "But, these are the thoughts that happen at 1 am!" wrote one Twitter user. Whereas, another user wrote, "I don't worry about continent-sized whales, only moderately sized radioactive lizards." The Virginia Department of Transportation added to this and said, "Can we trade inboxes?" The wildlife department then asked if the VDT was sure. It also attached another screenshot of a cat picture from a user. The message, along with the picture, read, "Look at my Kitty Meow, Meowkitty cat cat kitty." People also added their comments to this post. In March, the National Park Service had also up with an interesting advisory, it asked its followers to "never" push a slower friend down" to escape from a bear, "even if you feel the friendship has run its course."
Can we trade inboxes?— VDOT Northern VA (@VaDOTNOVA) June 13, 2023
The National Park Service Twitter account is also known to be hilarious. Earlier this year, the National Park Service issued a humorous but important message to the public regarding bear safety, per My Modern Met. The NPS tweeted, "If you come across a bear, never push a slower friend down…even if you feel the friendship has run its course." They also joked in the thread, "If not friend, why friend shaped?" regarding the adorable appearance of bears.
If not friend, why friend shaped?— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) February 28, 2023
What about your other friend? Seeing a bear in the wild is a special treat for any visitor to a national park. While it is an exciting moment, it is important to remember that bears in national parks are wild and can be dangerous.
As we reported, the tweet has gone viral and has been praised by people who have experienced the feeling of being the "slower friend." However, the tweet was not just a joke, as it was followed by a thread providing bear safety advice. The NPS highlighted that while bears may appear friendly, they are wild animals and can be dangerous. With spring approaching and bears becoming more active, the NPS has published a guide on how to stay safe around bears. They wrote, "Seeing a bear in the wild is a special treat for any visitor to a national park. While it is an exciting moment, it is important to remember that bears in national parks are wild and can be dangerous."