This Is Twittering: Meta-Commentary Digest, Episode 86

You know the drill.

STUPID:

Try it.

REACTION:

But that eighth impression, that’s when I really shine.

WISDOM:

This tweet is based on actual events.

WISDOM:

I know what you’re thinking, and the answer is yes.

STUPID:

It’s tempting to cook a fancy meal, but you never know which luminaries of the past and present are picky eaters and would prefer the warm, cheesy goodness that no one can resist.

WISDOM:

“Haha, you have hopes and dreams. What a moron!”

WISDOM:

You can’t spell failure without T-R-Y.

WISDOM:

This is just a joke. I still think they should be shot.

WISDOM:

“Mnemonic” comes from the Latin mnemonicus from the Greek mnemonikos from mnemon, meaning “mindful”, as in “Do you mind that this spelling is bonkers? I’m sure you don’t, you have bigger problems to worry about.”

That concludes this episode of This Is Twittering: Meta-Commentary Digest.