Twitter has taken over my life
How has it taken over my life?
Well when I'm at the club I try to do outrageous things just so I can tweet about them...I was at a strip club (on a first date believe it or not ) and instead of drinking and enjoying myself I was twittering what the strippers behind me were saying...
With that said feel free to stalk me...As long as you don't get offended easily I think you'll enjoy my tweets!
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04-13-09, 01:59 AM #2
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Stalk you, I hardly even know you.
(First date. At a strip club. Your mother must be beaming with pride)
Twitter like all other Social Networking platforms seem to me an
exercise in conceit and self aggrandizement. Trust me you are not
so important that anyone needs to know the 140 character at a
time details of your life.
- 04-13-09, 06:01 AM #5
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- 04-13-09, 01:20 PM #7
Well, I use Facebook to connect with old High School chums. And, I use Twitter (Shh, don't tell AG) to connect with people who do not do CB anymore for whatever reason. So, whereas before, I would run into my buddies Mari and Michelle marginally, now I talk to them everyday. Besides, I only self aggrandize on every second Sunday of the month.
- 04-13-09, 06:06 PM #9
Last edited by Crackberrykills; 04-13-09 at 06:09 PM.
- 04-13-09, 10:50 PM #11
Signed up on Twitter a month ago...used it regularly for the first week and haven't been back . Find it boring as **** and I'm not social enough to tell the world what I'm doing and found out I didn't really care what the **** anyone else was doing .
" Ain't fame great ? Anybody want some ? 'Cause you can have mine....I hate it " -- Nikki Sixx
- 04-13-09, 11:59 PM #12
Think outside the box...
The people who seem to get the best bang out of Twitter tend to talk very little about themselves...
It helps create inroads to places and people that Facebook and Myspace will never be able to.
Remember when folks scoffed at the concept of personal computers?
- 04-14-09, 09:16 AM #13
Twitter hasn't effected my life at all, i use Facebook, and VERY RALEY.... i personaly want my life to stay personal.. .. ..
If someone wants to know what i'm doing i have a cell phone that supports Email- SMS, MMS, BBM, Yahoo!, AIM, Google Talk, ICQ, and a actual phone (if anyone uses that). They can get ahold of me.... and my so called friends, i have their numbers i can call them......HTC | Glacier | Powered by Cyanogen(mod) | CM7N86 | OC 1.2giggahurts
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- 04-14-09, 09:40 AM #14
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04-14-09, 07:20 PM #17
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I jumped on twitter awhile back, and did get into for awhile. But totally lost interest. Funny enough the same people seem to be on all day long and spend their entire day minute by minute explaining what they are doing.I'd rather regret the things I've done than regret the things I haven't done.
Some may say I am impatient. I say I am anxious to live life NOW!!!!
- 04-14-09, 08:10 PM #19
Last week, I tweeted HRB about a missing coupon code.
They tweeted back and gave me a free coupon code.
I am a big fan of Twitter and business. That is point a lot of folks fail to see (self humbly included), and it empowers the consumer, particularly in today's economy.