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My Twitter Experience 4

25 Sep

So I don’t any p-setting stories to share :p but I felt it would be a good idea to answer some of the most frequently asked questions I get on Twitter to end “My twitter Experience” 😀

Are you married?

I really don’t know why I keep getting this question.  One of my followers once said he could not believe I was married. Even after asking him to go check out my Facebook page. He came back saying I could have borrowed the kids  😐 Well, I have decided I won’t answer the question anymore. It’s like when people believe something, they would look for non-available evidence to prove it *sigh.

How old are you?

One of my followers on twitter once said he was placing my age at between 18 and 20 based on my tweets (I think he actually did that because he was planning to set P. Boy was he shocked to reality!) Someone else told me recently that she thought I was like in my mid-twenties(okay, I’m flattered). Anyways, truth is that I am two decades away from 18. (Alright all those small boys who are planning to set P, shift back  😛 )

Why are you always subbing people?

Erm…I don’t always sub people. LOL.  Okay, Sometimes I do. As a teacher I am very used to saying ‘Stop that’ and then catch like 5 students not paying attention. So sometimes I tweet things as they come to me. Mostly, I tweet day to day experiences which people claim as subtweets. Most times, it is not even directed at them. (World People) At other times, I just tweet about an issue in the news and anyone who holds an opposing view would just claim the tweet. Anyway, I try not to upset people, but hey! You can’t make everyone happy now, can you?

Why do you ‘k’ tweets?

It used to be a fun way of getting people upset 😐 Did I mention I sometimes can be sadistic? LOL. But lots of people got very uncomfortable with it and well, they complained so much that I stopped. So, I no longer K tweets :p

Why do you not followback?

See previous posts.

Why do you always play contrarian?

Well, I wouldn’t exactly say, I’m always contrarian. Just that I hardly favour popular opinion (okay, same of same). I am one of those who would see the crowd going left and decide to go right to know why they are going left. Especially for a place like Twitter where there is a lot of sycophancy, one needs to be very careful lest you fall into the trap of following the crowd for evil ends. I admit this is very confusing to people who expect you to support them just because you are “friends”.

Why are you always unfollowing people?

See 5 above.

So that’s it folks. Hope you enjoyed my four part journey through twitter with me. If you have any more questions that you feel I haven’t answered feel free to use the comments section. I will answer as truthfully as I possibly can :D. Do join me again tomorrow if you can. Let’s continue on this journey on 38

p.s  Famuyide Olawale surprised me the other day creating the header you see on my blog now. He is also responsible for my Twitter display photo as well my twitter header. I think they are lovely, don’t you?

p.p.s Sorry about the late post…I lost my device 😦 In fact, had to steal my sisters internet to put this up 😦 😦

After three days they found him in the temple courts, sitting among the teachers, listening to them and asking them questions. – Luke 2; 46 NIV

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Posted by on September 25, 2013 in Thirty-Eight

 

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6 responses to “My Twitter Experience 4

  1. famuyideolawale

    September 25, 2013 at 3:26 pm

    I believe I was one of those shocked that you are married 😦 and not just married, with 3 kids. The day I heard that, sincerely, it was hard to swallow (don’t ask why *rme*) though I was expecting a very dramatic post of p-setting. I will accept this one. :p.
    So sorry about your phone, kindly get iPhone 5c. Lol

     
    • anagail

      September 25, 2013 at 3:28 pm

      So that it cant e stolen right? *double eye roll

       
  2. highlandblue

    September 27, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    I love the heading design. Nice.

     
  3. enajyte

    September 27, 2013 at 8:05 pm

    I’m not surprised @famuyideolawale is a boss. I really like the header, simple and sweet. Thanks for sharing your twitter experience. You’re always on my TL (a good number of the people I follow, follow you), now I know why.

     
    • anagail

      September 27, 2013 at 8:10 pm

      Thanks for reading.

       

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