My A-Z of Twitter. Part Four

Posted: April 20, 2011 in Uncategorized

G is for Getting Stuck In A Rut.
Because every so often you end up in a bad mood on Twitter, and despite your common sense telling you to log off and go and have an ice cream, you feel compelled to remain on Twitter in a bad mood.
Of course, you’ll find no respite here, or sympathy from your fellow tweeters. The worst you’ll get is into a petty argument with some irritating person who thinks that its their job to cheer you up, despite their only skills being spouting cod philosophy. Best bet is to tell them to fuck off and then watching as their mood goes foul too. This is the solution to getting out of a foul mood on Twitter, being unreasonably mean to strangers. This is why Justin Bieber exists, like some kind of Richard Bacon faced human stress ball. Just call him a skanky weasel, and you’ll feel much better. And if that doesn’t work, you’ll have an endless line of bieber supporters entering your timeline to defend their hero. Insult them too, you’ll feel better in no time at all.

H is for Hello.
When I first began on Twitter, a wise old man (may have been a dumb young lady) summed up Twitter by saying “its like a chat room in which you never have to say hello or goodbye.”
Now, i do like tweeting a hello, but this statement does sum up the wonderful nature of Twitter, there’s no faux pas about dipping into a conversation uninvited, and in my opinion the more people joining in on a single topic, the better. Good way of finding like-minded followers too.

I is for Inner Monologue.
I tend to tweet mine, sorry. Does mean I’ve got nearly 4000 jiminy cricket-esque consciences telling me not to do anything stupid though…

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Hmmm..'inner monologue'..I was able to do that at one time, a lover of my own words..like fine art, but nooooo, i've let someone else take my reigns..sad really, so I'm depending on you to discourse like mad! Go on then..get busy! 🙂

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