Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Things I Might Or Not

Things I might Twitter if indeed I Twittered. Or tweeted. Or however you massage that into a verb.

"Need to get taxes done. Go to regular tax lady ($300+) or try H&R Block?"

"NYC's MTA renaming selves Voldemort, Inc." (Apparently I expect all my imagined Twitter followers to be lit geeks. I also expect them to be up on the latest mass transit shit going down [or up! fares going up up UP!] in my fair city.)

"Am trying to call snack of cucumbers and mouthful of pasta satisfying. Am not succeeding." (No room in Twitter for pronouns!)

"Poll: How many of you have a rubber band ball in your homes? How have I missed out on this craze?"

"What are you doing here, you should be following @shutupim6!" (That's no joke, you really should be following his brand new blog and his twitter.)

"Why do tongues always "duel" in smutty fanfic?" (Apparently I'm very questiony in FakeTwitter [Fwitter?]. I crave feedback and am trying to trick people into giving it I guess.)

I wouldn't Twitter this question, though. Do you Twitter? Do you love it?

6 comments:

  1. "Need to get taxes done. Go to regular tax lady ($300+) or try H&R Block?"
    • Save your dough and go to H&R Block.

    "NYC's MTA renaming selves Voldemort, Inc." (Apparently I expect all my imagined Twitter followers to be lit geeks. I also expect them to be up on the latest mass transit shit going down [or up! fares going up up UP!] in my fair city.)

    • I get it!! Of course, I only know about the fare hike because you've mentioned it on your blog, but I would totally understand what's going on even if I HADN'T already known about it.

    "Am trying to call snack of cucumbers and mouthful of pasta satisfying. Am not succeeding." (No room in Twitter for pronouns!)

    • And this is the reason I'm still reluctant to try to live what you so charmingly call the "weight loss lifestyle."

    "Poll: How many of you have a rubber band ball in your homes? How have I missed out on this craze?"

    • I do NOT have a rubber band ball. As a matter of fact, I'm not sure that I can immediately put my hand on ANY rubber bands, save those intended for use in restraining little girl hair.

    "What are you doing here, you should be following @shutupim6!" (That's no joke, you really should be following his brand new blog and his twitter.)

    • Oh, good lord - ANOTHER blog to add to my already groaning list?

    "Why do tongues always "duel" in smutty fanfic?" (Apparently I'm very questiony in FakeTwitter [Fwitter?]. I crave feedback and am trying to trick people into giving it I guess.)

    • I guess there are only so many ways writers can describe French kissing, huh?

    I wouldn't Twitter this question, though. Do you Twitter? Do you love it?

    • I DON'T Twitter, and I feel like the totally uncool kid in class. I have no concept, even, of what Twitter is. If someone wants to teach me, I'll appreciate the information...

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  2. Miflohny12:44 AM

    I've been putting rubber bands in balls for decades. How else do you tame them?

    H&R Block may be fine, but be aware that the training they have is often minimal, so if you have anything out of the ordinary, they may not really know what they're doing. If nothing has changed for you since last year, however, you can always compare last year's taxes to this year's taxes.

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  3. I don't twitter.
    It, too, is blocked at work, so I would never be truly current.

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  4. I don't Twitter. Not really interested. Would rather write a blog post or read one. :)

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  5. Here's the thing, have any of these writers ever French kissed someone? Because there are an infinite number of ways to do it and, as a result, I respectfully disagree that there are only so many ways to describe it. Geez, do some research, go out and kiss 5 guys and in your head think to yourself, "Duelling?" while you're doing it. I guarantee that with AT LEAST one of them the answer will be NO!

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  6. "Entwine?" "Wrestle?" "Meld?" "Mesh?"

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