Sunday, September 27, 2009

Life Like Twitter

What would it be like if we all said our tweets to real people in the real world? Watch this. This is probably how it would be.

8 comments:

BBC said...

Um, I don't do twitter. I go camping every chance I get and don't do the internut at all when I am, camping helps me keep my sanity.

Last week I went to Oregon to meet a lady blogging friend, that was interesting and we had a good time getting to know each other in person and I fixed her car up some to keep it going.

Nice lady, I like her, I don't want her but I like her.

Spadoman said...

I don't twitter either, at least I don't think I do. I DO have a twitter account!
I often wonder why we don't, (at least i don't), talk to people like we might write back and forth on Facebook or Twitter and the like. I do sometimes, even to strangers. Might be the makings for a movie. Someone that tells all to everyone. I'll think about this.

Hope all is good with you.

Peace.

sunshine said...

That was funny. So true. :)
((Hugs))
Laura

Randal Graves said...

OMG LOL ROTFL ZOMG RTL FTL PTA CIA COINTELPRO @Pretzeldent @GlennBeckLoon

MadMike said...

I just can't get into this Twitter thing. I am a private person and don't see the advantage of writing snippets of my day. Maybe I'm just showing my age.

Utah Savage said...

Most of the grownups on twitter organize for political purposes. It's kids who tell moments of their day, lol, omfg, wtf! or blip the music their listening to. Most adults talk politics or their special niche interest, like fiction writing for instance.

Alicia Morgan said...

Yes - I think each has its place; I use each medium in its own fashion. Just because I twitter (and I do it usually for political or heads-up purposes) doesn't mean I talk that way to people, and blogging and Facebook are distinct also. And then there's real life, where I talk to people face to face! I like meeting my blog friends in real life - I find that the ones I choose as online friends are people that I choose as real-life friends as well. I have yet to meet someone I like as a blogger and not like in real life.

I've never been disappointed so far - I suppose I could be some time, but I've found that personalities translate pretty well to writing if you look carefully, and how often are we surprised by people we met in 'real-life' who we thought were friends, and turned out not to be?

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