Marley has a friend (who shall remain nameless) who recently sent her this text:
Now that’s some funny shit. And it seems like it would be completely accurate. I mean what else is Twitter for but:
- Stalking your daughter’s rants & band obsessions
- Tweeting to wineries about how awesome they are in hopes they will mistake you for someone who is influential and send you a free case of their wine (hasn’t happened yet, but a girl can dream)
- Retweeting @dailyhotguy’s half-naked hot dude pics (If you are unfamiliar with @dailyhotguy here’s one their tweets from Thanksgiving – that I did not retweet, BTW!)
But the thing is…
Hey. Hey! Quit looking at Henry! Get your eyes back on the words. Thank you.
What was I saying?
Oh yeah. The thing is, while it seems like that would be an accurate portrayal of my Twitter feed, it really isn’t. At least not lately.
Recently I’ve tweeted about…
Authors’ books or writers’ websites (and okay, okay, maybe my book or website)
Country music lyrics (don’t judge)
Yeah, I know. My tweets are kind of lame.
And, okay, I do tweet about wine, but not that much.
And the last time I tweeted a picture of a half-naked dude was in July. Of 2014!!!
So, while hilariously funny, I don’t think Marley’s friend’s assessment of my Twitter feed is all that accurate. Though perhaps if it was my feed would be more interesting.
(Note to self: More tweets about half naked dudes and wine!)
P.S. Sorry for the uber shitty quality of my Twitter snips. Going to see if I can fix that. (You know, in all my free time!) 🙂