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twitter humor for the non-addicted

twitter-bird-2Shorter than a blog posting, a “tweet” consists of a concise sentence or two and essentially answers the question: What are you doing?

Unbelievably millions of people who want to know your answer  sign up for the privilege.

An isolated unhappy housewife can spend hours on twitter tweeting out her anger with her husband’s behavior to gazillions of strangers. Meanwhile he’s at work tweeting to promote his business. Kids twitter and so do their grandparents. A blogger can use twitter to let everyone know they have published a blog post so they ought to come and read it. But,  in the final analysis, twitter is not for everyone.

This humor post is specially for those readers, who are able to function well without twitter, or who are capable of using tweets effectively, rather than twittering their lives away.

A young man struggles against the pressure to Twitter his life away.
From: “SuperNews!” An animated sketch comedy series airing on Current TV.

Follow the twitter whore.

So the entrepreneur in me strikes again with a brilliant new service idea …. you’ll want to participate!

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(1) Do you have a funny twitter story to share?
(2) Do you have a funny twitter image/drawing/ cartoon to share?
(3) Do you have a funny twitter video link to share?

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4 thoughts on “twitter humor for the non-addicted

  1. Thanks for that. Don’t understand this twitter nonsense or half of this blogging business either so I’ll be back for sure to get some tips.

    Best, Don Mills

    • @Don Mills
      Twitter can be a useful tool to get the word out that you have published a new post. By tweering it on twitter you can attract increased traffic and some of the traffic may translate into faithful readers.

      Here are 50 simple ways to take your blog and your Twitter account, mix them together and increase traffic to your blog

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