Twitter makes me want to have drinks with people I’ve never met, and Facebook makes me want to throw drinks at people I already know.
— Funny Tweets. (@TheComedyHumor) February 24, 2012
Well this isn’t entirely true but it made sense – occasionally I go through my Facebook friends and clear off those I don’t really talk to any more (or thoe who didn’t speak to me at school so were they really going to speak to me now….?). To point this out I think I went through a stage when the idea of having the most friends I could was “cooler” than having a meaningful friends with a few. (Not what you know, it’s who you know at this point).
So now I’ve “seen the light” and cleared out those I don’t talk to or don’t talk to me or those whose statues are just too rude or insulting to put up with.
I RT’d this opening tweet and got a reply from @Maft.
— Uncle MaFt (@MaFt) February 25, 2012
So this got me thinking who would be in my dream Twitter class.
I think @beccaspeaks, @rubyam and me would either be a group of A Grade students, teachers pets or we’d be always in trouble like St. Trinian’s (I’d have been a geek or emo in the new version!) Then again it’s my dream class so I make us the cool kids lol.
I then got thinking what about the rest of the class, although all the people I am friends with on Twitter we clearly have something in common to make us like minds but we all have different talents as well.
Each class as a joker just like @drmasquerade, or a bookworm like @smallxcharming. Then you get the arty kids like @ClareJennifer or musicians like @vickybeeching and tech geeks like @cgbj or @adamswbrown.
Over To You
- Do you find that you have a divide – some friends here and some there?
- Were you in a particular group at school? I was in the Emo group and didn’t particularly fit in anywhere else.
- Who did I miss? Would you like to be in my Twitter “Dream” Class?