I really do have great reasoning behind it, I promise.
I followed a lot of people I didn’t want to follow anymore. You know, people I have no idea as to who they are, people who tweeted just quotes/facts/etc. – instead I wanted to use Twitter lists to follow them, and the only way to adequately do that was to make a new one. Also, so many people I didn’t know were following me. I’m serious about the not knowing them part – I have no clue as to how they could have found me unless they were looking all over the people’s Twitters that I follow to find me and/or just typing in random usernames. Yeah… No thanks!
Too Much Drama
I am not going to tolerate any sort of Internet drama anymore. It’s all over my Twitter. Of course, I won’t deactivate my @alizarddd one. @lizlovesstripes will be deleted soon, though. What’s the point in keeping it?
I’m not going to follow everyone I followed on my [now] old account. Personally I find this to be a brilliant decision simply because I’m not following people I don’t need to follow. Everyone I follow on my old account is now in lists… If they don’t have a public account, then that’s just too bad.
My new Twitter is @heyitsliza because @heyitsliz is taken. Feel free to send a follow request! The people I’m not accepting are not any of my visitors! 😛