The other day I decided to clean out my favorite tweets on Twitter, I think there may be one I found from that day (sneak peek). It just got to be too much to try to organize and when I started favoriting tweets with the purpose of reading the article linked to at a later time (most of the time I never did) it got cluttered. So while I was going through cleaning them out I decided to snag the URL of some that I wanted to share before I started all over again. I hope you enjoy:
Fergie is the master of the Elaine dance
— Aaron Foster (@afoster213) February 7, 2011
I have seven cats and live with you, don't I? So yes, I do consider myself a social media guru, mom.
— Michael Pierce (@OverlandParker) February 9, 2011
I'm pretty sure that there's something in my religion that says that all creators of popup windows are all going to hell.
— Garrett Gillas (@garrettgillas) February 9, 2011
There is a dead teddy bear in my back yard
— shannonbeylpoole (@shannonpoole) February 12, 2011
Babies R Us is no place for a man. Women, please take your moms, mother in laws or girlfriends.
— Jeremy Dearringer (@PapaRelevance) February 12, 2011
Whats worse than 2 hours of The Bachelor? ….3 hours of The Bachelor!
— Mark Thompson (@m_thompson) March 15, 2011
deep down inside, I think we all wish to be ninjas…
— Sean Worrell (@SeanWorrell) April 4, 2011
Dear Math, We're tired of finding your X. Just accept that she's gone. Move on, dude.
— Red Bull (@redbull) July 18, 2011
In Costco, nobody can hear you scream.
— Vince Blackham (@vinceblackham) July 18, 2011
…My phone auto-capitalizes Bacon. They call 'em smartphones for a reason, folks.
— Bri Norcross (@sarcasmically) July 26, 2011
If you hire someone because of their Klout score, then you deserve them.
— Arienne (@arienneHO) August 5, 2011
Good morning, my whiskey-flavored lollipops of interpretive dance.
— Justin Ho-Ho-Hornung (@Morningkill) August 8, 2011
In general, the real SEO "expert" doesn't need to comment on other blogs using the name "SEO Expert."
— Matt McGee (@mattmcgee) August 9, 2011
Now every time I see Jesse Eisenberg in a film trailer I think wow, Mark Zuckerberg's film career is going well.
— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) August 12, 2011
Cat sneezes are nasty. They never cover their mouths. That goes for dogs too.
— Frank Reed (@frankreed) August 15, 2011
This Salesforce conference has brought some high-powered people to town. I just saw a guy whose Bluetooth earpiece had a Bluetooth earpiece.
— Scott Simpson (@scottsimpson) September 4, 2011
— Ben Cook (@Skitzzo) September 14, 2011
If I show up frequently in your Mom's Facebook timeline around the time you were born, you'll know why.
— Ross Hudgens (@RossHudgens) September 22, 2011
Lets stop calling everything epic. This is an epic reality check. The iliad is epic, not your pumpkin scone.
— ⚡️☕️⚡️ (@tonydac) October 4, 2011
@JoshuaTitsworth making my upcoming travel plans to be with Firefox 10. I don't think my relationship with 8 or 9 will last that long.
— Jon Henshaw (@RavenJon) October 6, 2011
— Domenick Lombardozzi (@D_Lombardozzi) October 7, 2011
I bet that "Occupy Wallstreet" movement would get a lot more traction if Wall Street was allergic to the smell of ramen noodles.
— Michael Pierce (@OverlandParker) October 8, 2011
Playas gon' play. Haters gon' hate. Narcissistic and reductionist catastrophizers gon' narcissistically and reductively catastrophizigate.
— Merlin Mann (@hotdogsladies) October 10, 2011
“That's what.” – She
— matt (@biorhythmist) October 13, 2011
Quote: "Occupy a job" !
— Boris Krumov (@SeoKungFu) October 15, 2011
OH: If you have an AOL email account we won't hire you.
— Wayne Sutton (@waynesutton) October 17, 2011
Men, I don't care how stunning she is– it is a good idea to run as fast as you can from any adult woman who is still into Tinkerbell.
— Bri Norcross (@sarcasmically) October 18, 2011