Pop Culture, Pop Tags
I haven’t had my twitter on lately, which made writing a post comprised solely of tweets for Tweetpeat Tuesday a little difficult. But the thing I love about Twitter is it never turns its back on you. You can come back anytime. In fact, Twitter wholeheartedly welcomes you back. Unlike most people, Twitter’s always there for you.
So this morning I hit Twitter hard. I was searching for half-way decent tweets for some sort of post I could write, and you know what? I found both you and I have said some pretty hilarious stuff lately so without further ado I bring you the Best of Twitter. Or at least the Best of Twitter that can be found within a couple of minutes on the day you need to post it.
Kicking it off is Jeni at Highly Irritable because she’s done something truly innovative and creative here, but more important – she’s tweeted about it. And her tweets makes me feel better about myself.
Normally, I wouldn’t tweet about a cleanse because I’ve never quite understood the popularity or appeal of a cleanse. I’m not all that into starvation or drinking kale and cayenne pepper smoothies as a meal, but Jeni’s found a way to make it work.
Now that’s a cleanse I can get with. Because usually I’m like Renee.
Which will undoubtedly lead to proving Grumpy Cat‘s prediction correct.
So how about we hold at one donut, nix the Kale smoothie, and call it even? Although I’m not entirely convinced Jeni is going to need a cleansing shake considering where she’s going.
I was thinking more ecoli than hepatitis, but, you know, the water park is an equal opportunity infectious disease breeding ground. All are welcome. After a weekend at Noro, the Waterpark and Spa concept that’s going viral, the shake may prove unnecessary. Actually, this Waterpark and Spa concept is a brilliant idea. The kids get to splash and play all day while the moms get the benefit of a high-end, expensive spa treatment to cleanse and purify the body with 5 consecutive days of vomiting interspersed with the runs but at a fraction of the price.
If that’s not exactly how Jeni sees it, I have something to cheer her up. Shopping. I’ll volunteer to take her only from now on I will refer to it thusly:
I only got $20 in my pocket, but she can get whatever she wants at Clair’s. Of course, I’ll wait until she regains her strength before asking. I’ll say, “Do you want to go pop some tags with me? C’mon, it’ll be fun. Let go pop some tags together.” And I’ll keep saying it because I absolutely love this little phrase. It’s so catchy. Henceforth, I’m only speaking gangsta.
To be honest I could use a little popping tags at the mall, but if you’ve read this tweet you’ll know I can’t afford it.
If you didn’t see it, you can read it here. It’s really worth a look because that’s some crazy stuff right there. Plus, I’d love to hear your unbelievably incredible stories of bold requests made of you by your loved ones. I actually put out an open call for your stories here.
And, remember, keep tweeting because you know what they say (well, they meaning I). You’re only as good as your last tweet.
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From → Tweetpeat Tuesdays