Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Fweet! Fweet!

There are a lot of reasons I haven't joined the Great and Powerful Twittering community. I have a thing against getting more passwords to remember (or forget) and I fear it would contribute to the already near-catastrophic fracturing of my American mind but basically I think I'd love it a little too much and I might never stop to the exclusion of all else. I am flirting with the idea of it, though, which is why you're getting 10 Fwitters (Fake Twitters) or Fweets (Fake Tweets) for 10 Things Tuesday.

1. @chili, I DO believe in mini-creme eggs, I do, I do, I do! THANK YOU!

2. "Oh the way Glenn Miller played, songs that made the hit parade, guys like us we had it made, those were the days."

3. @clemo, My mother is a fish.

4. @mameres has assigned me mingling lessons. He's not wrong.

5. Office chocolate is all gone. Sad clown.

6. Hair cut need assessment: Threat level RED RED RED!

7. Can anyone give me advice on Blackberry and gmail compatibility?

8. Anyone want to buy cheap ($45.50) tix to the David Hyde-Pierce play? Performance date is between May 19 & 24, will get back to you on specific date.

9. In Fight Club when they divvied up the meetings who went to the Fanfic Readers Anonymous one? Narrator or Darla?

10. (obligatory follow-on) "I am Jack's insatiable need for content."

Would you follow my feed? I don't know that I would.


  1. Confession - I have twitter, but do not tweet regularly, nor do I follow regularly.

    Must be thread level red all around because holy hell I need a hair(s)cut.

    I've not had any trouble with my new Blackberry Curve (love!!!) with gmail compatibility. Haven't imported all the addresses, yet, but I receive emails okay so far. (shoot me a test one, willya, and we'll experiment.... thegrammarsnob (at)gmail (dot) com

  2. Oh, GOOD! I was worried they'd not gotten to you. Insidious little bastards, aren't they?

    Do you UNDERSTAND Twitter? I don't get it. I DO, however, understand "my mother is a fish," though perhaps not in this context....

  3. I almost never say this to you, but (ahem), what the hell are you talking about? Regardless of the context, what does you mother being a fish have to do with me?

  4. I thought you said you read As I Lay Dying. Plus it's a literary trivia question for heaven's sake! Put that line in quotes and google it.

  5. I DID read As I Lay Dying. Thirty years ago, and not since. Get off my ass about Faulkner, woman!

  6. I pretty much love Twitter and hope you join.