The Emmys are watched all over the world by people who love to watch TV and love to watch people on TV congratulate one another, but it turns out you don’t even have to watch the Emmys. You can find out everything that happened on the Emmys just by looking at what your friends have written on their favorite social networking website, Facebook.
But sometimes your friends aren’t telling you what they really think, that’s why we here at CRAVE have developed a helpful little guide to help you figure out what your friends are really trying to say on TV’s biggest night.
Take a look!
What they're really trying to say: Terry Shiavo has better comic timing than Jon Cryer.
What they're really trying to say: Cryer has the Emmy President's childen at gunpoint in his basement.
What they're really trying to say: "I won most likely to get a boner at a funeral" in highschool.
What they’re really trying to say: My boobs grow after a breakup too, but it’s mostly due to too much ice cream.
What they’re really trying to say: Crushing whatever toilet seat he has to sit on, fatty.
What they’re really trying to say: I bet sex with him is great even if it takes a while to put it in the right place.
What they’re really trying to say: You don’t pretend to find Anna Gunn attractive and not win at least something!
What they’re really trying to say: Not as uncomfortable I feel when I look at Benedict Cumberbatch’s face.
Mike (moments ago): But I love it when they get drunk and crash thier cars. I should start a betting pool for Amanda Bynes.
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