You know what I’m about to talk about.
Everyone wants more of it, no matter how much they say they don’t. It’s that I-gotta-have-it-it-just-feels-so-good-to-be-a-part-of-please-include-me-in-on-it matter: drama.
I dislike getting into things, however lately there has been a lot of crap on Twitter lately, and I just don’t care about it all that much. No, this kind of drama that carries on for days and days does not tickle my fancy – instead, it fills my cup of tea1 to the point that it is overflowing, and I can’t seem to drink all of it up. It’s not ending. Why won’t it end?
They just gotta have it, can’t live without it, can’t move on from it!
This blogging world needs more straight guy bloggers2, but they are so hard to find! D:
Like Stephanie, I’m not too fond of [befriending] girls.
These backstabbing, heartbreaking, chatterbox waste-your-minutes phone talkers drive me nuts.
But I do enjoy reading some of their tweets.
There’s just a time when some dramatic miscellanies need to be put to rest and let go. There’s a time when opinions need to be kept to yourself. There’s a time when Twitter needs to go back to being drama free.
Does any of this make sense at all?
I don’t feel like tweeting as much anymore because all of my Tweetarians3 are fighting with each other. It’s not necessarily going “viral”, so to speak – it just keeps spreading.
There’s always at least two sides to a story, but only one side gets to talk while one side doesn’t even get to share their side.
Negative feedback is fine, however if you’re a part of this mess, I don’t want any name calling, cursing, etc. Just be mature [young] adults, and don’t get mad if I don’t tweet as much. Because until this ends, I don’t care to be a part of it. -.-
I’m not signing the petition because 1) I don’t know what happened for sure, and 2) what is the petition going prove? I’m keeping my opinions to myself on this one, even though I have so much to say.
Thanks for reading. I won’t be online much this week.