Before you accuse someone of stealing a tweet, think of this. There are 460,000 new Twitter accounts made each day. There are over 140 million tweets a day, that’s a BILLION a week. People do steal tweets, but please look at their body of work before doing so. Just because our tweets are similar doesn’t mean I couldn’t have come up with that idea myself. I hate to break it to you, but there’s a good chance your idea isn’t original either.
What I think about stars.
The star game as some like to refer to it as is a website called http://favstar.fm/me. I do use this site because I love humor, both reading and sharing. I would just like to say that I’m not into trading stars, although I’m guilty of doing so in the past. I star just about anything that evokes an emotion but I don’t always see your tweet because I’m only on here a few minutes about half a dozen times a day. Then there are people who star EVERYTHING. It doesn’t bother me but there are those who think these ass-kissers, in their words, get them on the leaderboard. So what? If you feel that way then you already know the formula to get there. These people also feel somehow their tweets are better than everyone else’s, get over yourself and go write a book. I’m not here for fame and fortune, I’m just here to vent and have fun. So that’s what I think of stars. Use them however you see fit or don’t. I think the longer you’re on Twitter the more you’ll understand that we’re all here to escape from real life and have a little fun. If you took the time to read this, thank you. (via shanethevein)