And so it's over for another year. As Worthy Farm empties, here's some of the best and most cutting Glastonbury 2014 tweets we spied over the weekend. Well done, you funny lot...
Not a way to make a living.
Bit unfair of Glastonbury to put Dolly Parton on at 5, given her strict working hours.— holly walsh (@wiggywalsh) June 29, 2014
You and us both, Skrillex.
Glastonbury festival had me like pic.twitter.com/pxtbztMmiY— Skrillex (@Skrillex) June 28, 2014
So, this kid's scarred for life.
One of the best moments online of the weekend: seeing the Pixies trend because thousands of you thought serial killer doctor Harold Shipman was drumming for them on parole...
Anyone else spot Harold Shipman on drums for Pixies last night at Glastonbury? Outrage when they play Manc next week. pic.twitter.com/nfKqnCLNVW— Marshcp (@Marshcp) June 29, 2014
You could say there was a whole lotta mud.
To replicate watching Robert Plant live at Glastonbury - watch the TV from the shower and have the Family walk about with brollies in front— Mark Stephens (@MarksLarks) June 28, 2014
Fashion at Worthy Farm - cutting edge as ever.
So tempted to buy this hat pic.twitter.com/8oOWj8hTyK— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) June 28, 2014
Sounds about right...
But with more LASERS!
Skrillex sounds like when you open the cupboard and all the pans fall out— Jack Boardman (@jackboardman_) June 26, 2014
Basically what the entire indie music industry was thinking during Metallica's set.
PLAY MR SANDMAN YOU SHIT CUNTS #glastonburymoment— Completeledge (@Fuckingledge) June 28, 2014
Just as well the rain clouds didn't part for Ed Sheeran's set, eh Scottish comedian Frankie Boyle?
Ed Sheeran could get skin cancer from a holiday brochure— Frankie Boyle (@frankieboyle) June 23, 2014
To quote The Office, "and people say she's just a big pair of tits."
Dolly Parton's instrument count is 9 in under one hour but her bad bitch count is positively off the scale— kimberly murrell (@ri0tgrrrl) June 24, 2014
And yet, we still love you, Royal Blood.
Member of a well-known indie band has just relieved himself on the side of the NME bus, presumably unaware we're all working in here #glasto— Jenny Stevens (@jenny_stevens) June 28, 2014
Someone REALLY enjoying Disclosure's Sunday night set.
CAUGHT BUZZING POPPERS ON LIVE NATIONAL TELLY AT GLASTONBURY. https://t.co/zxEqUQucP4— Hark (@chibbed) June 30, 2014
Swings and roundabouts, innit.
Once-in-a-lifetime experience of Metallica fans up onstage behind the drums only slightly marred by also having to face Lars's plumber arse.— Tom Bryant (@TomBry) June 28, 2014
See you next year, Glasto!
Happy Glastonbury everyone pic.twitter.com/wqdppKKFry— Jenny Stevens (@jenny_stevens) June 25, 2014