Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Twitter Still Sucks Ass But...


I'm on it!

Oh the shame of it!

Oh the pure hypocrisy!

Look, before you pass judgement on me, the reason for signing up was two fold:

1) I started to worry that some Internet stalker nob would create a Twitter account in my name and be a douchebag, so I went and did a baggsy before any web-ponce could. Which I think is fair.

2) I had to get in contact with Notts rapper Wariko and the only way I could do so was through his Twitter. Hence my starting up of an account.

Shamefully, I found myself, for want of anything else to do, tweeting about eating wasabi nuts.

I do solemnly swear to only make tweets about non-tedious stuff from now on in.

You get me?

13 comments:

  1. I moaned about it for years, but you really cant stalk people these days without Twitter.

    Find me at sfchapman

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  2. Twitter played a role in the revolutionary situation in Iran last year.

    Be sure to follow @GaryJBusey. He was the star of the 1980s biopic about Buddy Holly. He is really perverse and funny. It's not surprising Nick Nolte and Robert Evans talk to him all the time.

    @GaryJBusey I wish @KanyeWest would interrupt @KanyeWest's Twitter feed.

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  3. I've only got 14 friends on Facebook, so I don't know if I can face the embarrassment of having even fewer people stalk me on Twitter. Life's shit when you are a nobody and everybody hates you...

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  4. I seem to have you listed now. Though despite my total post count, I haven't posted a huge amount of late, but I still check what's going on most days.

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  5. Twitter still sucks ass and Darren, stop being so mardy you sod!

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  6. But it is true. I've added people that I "know" via the WWW on Facebook and they don't accept me as friends, so I've got hurt feelings...I've got hurt feelings, yeah.

    I honestly don't know why I am on Facebook (oh yeah, to rekindle my relationship with my father who shows no interest in either myself or either of his grandkids) it's the web equivalent of being back at school and hanging with the popular people.

    But I am increasingly disenfranchised with the web. It bores me so...

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  7. Darren:

    Well these 'friends' sound like losers and I can certainly buy into the idea of the web as boring.

    PS: I am getting round to reading your script, apologies for delay.

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  8. I'm not even sure how to use Twitter.

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  9. It's not hard I swear, if you ever dive in, let me know.

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  10. You'll be addicted to it before you know it.

    I am "following" you - but in a non-stalker-y way, I promise.

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  11. Hey, it's not my fault these Web 2.0 doodads use weird, creepy terminology.

    Not as bad as Facebook, though, who have decided that "friend" is now a verb. I lament the resulting enfeeblement of the English language.

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