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BREAKING: They’re no longer going to like me if/when they see my memes…
BREAKING: Carrot disappears.
My alarm is set for 6am. I hope it’s up. But if not. Let the memes rain down
Breaking: no episode, a slightly threatening meme will be sent every hour on the hour by yours truly
Breaking: am I the only person that is trying to think of every april fools prank they could possibly do, and telling myself not to believe a word they say on april 1st or about April 1st?
BREAKING: April Fools did occur to me… I just sent in all my memes at once.
BREAKING: Happy Spring.
Your happyspring comment is number 666 on this thread…that explains how I feel about spring
Happy allergy season to you as well.
I have been thinking about what they could do for April first, and I have come up with some horrible things. I need ideas on what to do to my coworkers.
BREAKING: Actually, #4861 was #666. #4862 was reply #666.
BREAKING: *sighs* I guess they don’t like my memes anymore…
Breaking: I guess we have to wait until Wednesday, according to twitter… *tear slowly rolls down*
Breaking: yep wednesday, but it should go back to normal…soon.
Carrot, angie posts the memes, she doesn’t have access to the email.
BREAKING: Kristen: True… unfortunately I don’t have any other way to send them in… Mason: A single tear like Donkey Ollie’s? Also, hopefully we’ll have both the Inner Tube and Who Would Build the Roads tomorrow…
Breaking: I still haven’t listened to wwbtr yet. And don’t feel bad about not having social media. I am not allowed to have twitter, snap chat, etc. Only fb and pinterest. Because the other stuff is unsafe….in my family’s (and my) opinion. You gotta be careful, and I tend to be careless.
Breaking: Yes… Just like Donkey Ollie… I’m starving myself until the episode comes out…
Mason, don’t starve yourself, but if you do, I will eat your portion. Food is life!!
BREAKING: Twitter is less safe than Facebook? Not questioning your parent’s decisions, it’s up to them, I’m just curious…
I don’t know a lot about Twitter. But subtweeting. Not good. Twitter has this whole…underground website to it. Like black market type thing. Fb does too, but it’s harder to stumble across. Twitter, you can come across it on accident. Fb, you have to be more purposeful. Plus, nobody in my family has twitter, therefore there’s nobody to monitor anything
I’m not sure about privacy settings on twitter. But on fb, you can’t send me a friend request unless you are friends with one of my friends. And there is a few other things that factor into it.
But it basically boils down to, fb is easier to monitor…and the dark side of fb is harder to find. (Plus, I’m not even interested in twitter, instagram, tumblr, snapchat, etc) (fb msgr is trying to become snap chat)
BREAKING: Brooke is back!!! It’s nice to see your FACEs again!
BREAKING: HEEYYYYY BROOKE!!!!
(Brooke would know more about Twitter privacy settings than me) (also, i did research about the “dark side” of these websites a couple years ago, so my information may be outdated)
(Ok, so subtweeting is the same as passive aggressive fb posts) (sorry, I’m brushing up on my why I don’t have twitter facts)
BREAKING: HEYYYYYYY, KRISTENNNNNN! (And I don’t really know too much about Twitter settings, but to me at least, it seems a lot easier to see who’s looking at your account and it’s also easier to block people. I honestly mainly got twitter to keep up with all the accounts I already regularly viewed, like Blimey Cow and other youtubers and the crews of some of the shows I watch. It also keeps me more in the meme-loop and lets me use hashtags for things like Q&As that people do.)
(That’s a good point with the q&a’s, I can block and unblock anybody at any time. And do so….except I blocked someone and he blocked me and now neither of us can unblock each other, which works because I still dislike him. I have my stuff locked up, so only friends can see anything I post etc. And even my friends cannot see where I live. Only my hometown in sc)
Breaking: how are you doing brookoli
BREAKING: What’s subtweeting?
BREAKING: Oh, okay. I would think that that would be more prevalent on Facebook…
BREAKING: Dark side?
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