2 Wit 2 Woo

 “On Twitter we get excited if someone follows us. In real life we get really scared and run away.” – Unknown

“Twitter is the perpetual cocktail party where everyone is talking at once but nobody is saying anything.” – @TeresaMedeiros

Twitter a popular birdsong  and everyone is singing it. I joined Twitter in the very early days but became frustrated when I couldn’t say all I wanted in one tweet!

Since then, I’ve lost track of all the accounts I’ve had. Today I use two, but unfortunately, the Twitter freak in the states with his rants, personal attacks and cyber bullying has managed to put me off tweeting. God help us all if he takes up blogging!

And on that note,  it’s time to sign off, but not before giving you the chance to view and enjoy more of the wonderful Mark Humphries and the Feed.

(c) SueW-nansfarm.net April 2018 In response to the word-prompt Song

13 thoughts on “2 Wit 2 Woo

    1. I’m with you Margo. Harassment, denigration and bullying. If anyone else behaved in this way the Twitter account would have been closed down. What a terrible example to set for his young and impressionable son.

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  1. Oh Dear Sue, I do have a Twitter acc, somewhere !!, but I’ve no idea how to use it, what it actually does, nor who I’m connected to. So by the sound of it, best I leave it dormant, where ever it may be !!

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    1. Thank you Ethel, that’s appreciated. I occasionally use it as a vehicle for the blog, but tend to bulk upload, which I’m sure must be very annoying to the unlucky few who receive the notifications! You’re not missing very much Ethel. 🙂

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  2. gc

    Twitter in the age of fools. If Trump placed a megaphone near his bottom and passed wind for the whole world to hear it would be far more appreciated than the crap he is producing for his Twitter account. The term “raising a big stink’ now refers to this man’s total inability to carry a message over the limited 140 character set deigned for Twitter communication. Great post Susan. Keep them coming. 🙂

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