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I’m Afraid Of The Twitter

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Because, y’all, I already spend ENTIRELY too much time reading blogs. Imagine if I twittered. I’d surely nab that Mother of the Year award then. So, do you twitter? If you do, why do you? If you don’t, why not? Ga’head. Do share. Because I have no idea what this monster is about.

26 thoughts on “I’m Afraid Of The Twitter”

  1. I do and have for several months. Somedays I twitter 10 times other days one. Some not at all. It really doesn’t seem to take away near as much time from my kiddos as blogging does!! πŸ™‚

    It is a fun, quick way to connect. I’m listed as brandiandboys, I’ll follow you if you sign up!

    TwitPic is my favorite twitter feature. Sending a fun picture from my phone is really cool!

  2. I confess I don’t know much about twitter either. However it does seem like a “sorority/fraternity” of sorts. Like all the cool kids do it and talk privately among themselves.
    I have never been the cool one.
    Let me know if my perceptions on twitter are wrong.

  3. Well, as someone who’s hubs doesn’t call that often during the day, I LOVE IT! I can keep up with what he, and who ever else I follow, is doing. It kind of like being able to say “So, what’s going on?” all day with your friends.

    Pretty much a nice way to “chat” with those who are not really phone people. a-hem.

  4. I love twitter. I never thought I would, but it’s nice to be able to see how everyone’s day is going. When Robin blogged that she hadn’t written anything in a while, I didn’t even realize that she hadn’t been blogging because I follow her on twitter. I also agree with brandiandtheboys. Some days I twitter a lot, somedays not at all. It’s great, you should give it a try. πŸ™‚

  5. I do, but have no idea why…don’t know who really cares about what I’m eating for lunch, or that I saw yet another billboard with a misplaced apostrophe, etc. It is fun to know what my friends in other parts of the country are doing, even if it may seem mundane to them. I get more belly-laughs off Twitter than anywhere else.

    Maybe that’s why I do it.

  6. I don’t have time to tinkle, much less twitter.

    I am with you Cindy. I can’t see where I would find the time. Are people using their cell phones? Seriously? It takes me 1/2 an hour to type out…”wher r u?”

  7. “the” twitter. that part cracked me up.

    there’s no “the”. but anyway, you probably know that and are just being funny. cause you can. cause you are. cause it’s your blog.

    i don’t twitter the twitter either. why? same reason as you. for real. too much blog time already.

  8. Well, I started twittering and found that when I am busy and doing something interesting enough to twitter about, I’m not really near a computer. (I guess I could twitter from my phone but honestly, we need to disconnect from the web and engage with people “in person at some point). And when I’m at the pc, my twitters are “I’m working” or “I’m blogging”.

  9. YES! I love it because it allows those I know to keep somewhat of a connection with the people I’m following all throughout the day. But I’m not a die hard Tweet. I do not subscrible to updates on my phone because quite frankly that would drive me nuts having my phone beep everytime someone I’m following Tweeted. And I think I’ve used it once from my phone. I mainly use it from the web. I go through spurts where I tweet a lot, and then days of nothing. It’s def. not something I’m obsessed about……like blogging. (shhhh) So, yeah, it’s pretty cool!

  10. eh, twitter is easy. It’s the next evolution of the “ME” machine. It’s about knowing what you are doing right now. And now. And now. And…(grin)

  11. If this means anything at all to you Cindy.

    Don’t Twitter. Please.

    I will share to you my thoughts privately…email me πŸ™‚

  12. Twitter is nice. I do it. Not everyday. But it’s right up to the moment stuff. Some people’s blogs are written 3 weeks in advance and everything is old news. Twitter is now and you can use only 3 letter sentence and that’s okay!!!

  13. Keeping up with my two year old daughter is enough for me. Sometimes I feel so “out-of-touch” with the world that I feel like an old fogy (sp?)…and I’m only 28! πŸ™‚

  14. I have been thinking and praying about you and Twitter. I twitter (staceyroot) and cant image my day with that little “clink” letting me know some is updating! LOVE IT like CAKE! πŸ™‚

  15. No twittering here. I don’t even understand it.
    If someone wants to “follow me” I’d rather they be here in my house…holding a broom and a dustpan, “following me” around the house…

  16. i twitter. i twitter because my man twitters. i started blogging cause my man was blogging.

    but i will not stand to p…never mind!

    sorry

  17. I don’t twitter or facebook. I love to read a favourite few blogs. Now and then I might look at a few more than usual but I’d rather spend my extra time doing something that doesn’t require me sitting up straight, staring at something that never actually says hello to me.

  18. Uhmm, I have no idea what you all are talking about. Can someone please give the definition of twitter.. I feel so out of the loop πŸ™‚

  19. Yes, I do twitter. I was a skeptic at first, but have found it to be another great networking tool. I don’t really know why anyone really cares, but yet I seem to care to read about what everyone else is up to, so…

    Join us!

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