And so, in honor of joining Twitter, we wanted to see what would happen if real life was like Twitter.
For starters, everything we said would be 140 characters or less. That might get confusing.
Or if someone says something you like, you end up telling the whole world with a ReTweet. But since the person's name has to be inserted first, your tweet might get shortened, thereby jumbling up the meaning.
But it's not to say that nobody on Twitter has anything important to share. In fact, quite a few celebrities use Twitter as a platform for sharing their vast intellects and philosophical genius to millions upon millions of people. For example, at any time of day, I can check in for updates from the brain trust of aging supermodel/trash-talkshow host/ghostwritten novelist/egotist extraordinaire Tyra Banks. Along with 5,000,000+ other devoted fans.
Or I can see what my all-time favorite genius musician, Kanye West, is up to.
|(Yes, he really said this.)|
|(Yes, he probably had help.)|
Now, that's an exchange I'd really like to see. Aside from the wish that one day these two egomaniacs will one day duel to the death, my only hope is that I can become famous enough in time to share something equally important with the world...
Too bad nobody got the Retweet on that one. Anyway, we are officially on Twitter. So, lucky reader, now you can tune in daily and watch us try to be as clever and amusing as every other tweeting twat in the world. We hope to see you there. And tell your friends, too. Remember, social networking is just like any other deadly communicable disease; it's always more fun if you share with your friends.
FYI, friends don't let friends lick boils.
Cheers and stay classy friends,
-Bryan and Brandon
Beer: La fin Du Monde
Music: The Dark Knight Soundtrack