Tweet of the year

Written By: - Date published: 8:40 am, November 13th, 2018 - 15 comments
Categories: Europe, humour, International, internet, twitter, us politics - Tags:

When twitter is done properly it is a thing of perfection.  Here is an early contender for tweet of the year.

 

15 comments on “Tweet of the year”

  1. Adrian Thornton 1

    Man you are obviously easily amused…probably reading to many tweets.

  2. Philj 3

    You don’t mean ‘Twit of the Year’? That I can relate to!

  3. Morrissey 4

    Is Russell Brown suggesting that Winston Peters, who was part of a National government that supported the Khmer Rouge, is some sort of moral exemplar?

    The shameful episode is covered in the following article from the New Zealand Journal of History….

    http://www.nzjh.auckland.ac.nz/docs/1999/NZJH_33_2_05.pdf

  4. Hanswurst 5

    When twitter is done properly it is a thing of perfection.

    Twitter, done properly, poorly, or indeed in any way at all, is always utterly inane.

    • Treetop 5.1

      I looked up the word inane. Good use of the word in your post. The word wit appears in twitter, which is a contrast to inane when describing twitter.

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