So did you actually read the last one? The one where I make half of the human populate feel bad for having a Facebook? That one was fun to write. I even sent the link for it to my sister and friends from high school. Maybe they will stop bugging me about “keeping up” with the stupid thing. OK, so on to the next wonderful invention of my generation: Twitter.
Let me start off by saying I DO NOT CARE! When you post what you are doing at every moment of every day, I do not care. I don’t need to know what you are doing tonight or if you are excited about it. So keep it to yourself, OK?
Here is my biggest problem with Twitter. Last January I got into a pretty bad accident. I spun into a guard-rail on the highway going 70 mph. I called my sis to tell her I wouldn’t be home for awhile and that I wasn’t bringing home lunch anymore. (Side story: I had just stopped and picked us both up fast food burgers, fries, and drinks which ended up all over my car when I hit the guard rail.) What does she do? Post it to Facebook and Twitter. Within seconds of getting off the phone with her I had several texts from family and friends asking what I did and if I was OK. The ones from my grandma were the worst…
So yeah, stop telling the world what we don’t need to know. Chances are, NO ONE CARES and your tweets will not be read. If they are read, they won’t be received well. I don’t care, and you are narcissistic.
(For those of you wondering, yes I did have to make a twitter for my New Media Class. If you want to see the 2 posts I have made you can try to look for me. But I’m pretty sure I set myself unsearchable or something so you would be wasting your time. Yes I am a hypocrite. I say what I honestly think here and do the opposite just for a grade and a certificate that will look nice on my resume.)