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PROMPTUESDAY #74: A Day in The Life

September 22nd, 2009

I’m itching for a good old fashioned style prompt and so I’m going to indulge myself today.


In 200 words or less, describe a day in the life of an obsessive twitterer.


I know it’s been done, but the Twits in Twitterland are so asking for it.


Please post your submission in the comments OR post in your blog and leave a link to your blog in the comments.


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On September 22nd, 2009, De @ An Indigo Virgo said:

I can’t do it. I still don’t understand twitter.

And I’m not clever enough for the silliloquy one – even though I’ve still got it in the back of my mind. See that? All these days and I’ve not thought of a one.

On September 22nd, 2009, Laurie Ann said:

Aw, man. My alarm didn’t go off. I’m going to be so late. Looks like Pop Tarts for breakfast. I’m tweeting this.

Traffic is awful. I wonder what @johncmayer is up to? Ha ha. That guy. Uh oh, green light.
What? Who is trying to make a left turn between 7am and 9am? I’m tweeting this.
Ha ha. That guy is totes getting a ticket. Twitpic!

Crap! I have that budget meeting at 10:00. Better bring my Blackberry. ThatKevinSmith is tapping his wife again. Dirty Jersey boy.

“Uh, no sir. @bob has…Um, I mean, uh, Bob has those figures.” Yikes! That was close. I have to tweet that.

Wtf? The boss wants this done before I leave? Why does he always drop this on my desk right at quitting time? I am totally tweeting this.

Stupid neighbors’ dog pooped on my porch again. This deserves a tweet.
And a twitpic.

On September 23rd, 2009, » PROMPTuesday #74: A Day in The Life - Simon’s World said:

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On September 24th, 2009, Da Goddess said:

I tried to write something about Twitter, but it came out as the anti-Twitter and a life lived mostly before computers. Is that bad?

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