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Tweet Me Dead! November 12, 2009

Posted by epwait in Uncategorized.
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English is a funny old language. Pain, pleasure, hate and love. The same word can cover them all.

“Tweet” just about covers everything.

It can be used as a verb both transitive (Eric tweeted Kari) and intransitive (Kari was tweeted by Eric).

It can be an active verb (Eric really gives a tweet). Or a passive verb (Kari really doesn’t give a tweet).

It can be used as a noun (Kari is a fine tweet). It can be used as an adjective (Kari is tweeting beautiful).

It can be used to describe the whole spectrum of emotions:

Aggression:               Tweet you.

Confusion:                 What the tweet?

Despair:                       Tweeted again.

Difficulty:                    I can’t understand this tweeting business.

Dismay:                        Oh, tweet it!

Displeasure:               What the tweet is going on?

Fraud:                           I got tweeded by my insurance agent.

Incompetence:         He’s all tweeted up.

Laziness:                      She just tweets about.

Passive:                        Tweet me.

Philosophical:            Who gives a tweet?

Problem:                       I guess I’m tweeted now.

Rebellion:                     Tweet off!

Religious:                      Holy tweet.

Suprise:                          Tweeting Incredible!

It can be used to tell time – It’s five tweeting thirty.

It can be used in business – How did he get that tweeting  job?

It can be a prediction – Oh, will I get tweeted!

It can have maternal connotations – as in Mothertweeter.

It can be nautical – Tweet the Admiral.

It can be Political – Tweet Obama.

It can open the door to wonderful relationships – Let’s tweet.

It can be used to enhance the meaning of a word – Beautweetiful, tertweetingrific or absotweetinglutely.

How could anyone be annoyed when you say tweet?

Tell someone “tweet you” today.

But not your mother tweeter.

Alternatively you can substitute “fuck” for “tweet” if you wish. 😉