Thursday, December 1, 2011

Twitter Communication

Sometimes communicating on Twitter is hard. You don't always know a person's real intentions. I think people reply to tweets and comments that they are only interested in the most. There are some people you just don't want to communicate with. Some people use so much profanity, they are very moody, and you try to avoid arguements.

On Twitter, people can lie and not tell you how they really feel. They only answer your questions about certain things. They only answer you when you make a big deal out of them. You try to give them the benefit of the doubt, but they keep ignoring you. Then they will turn right around and answer the same question that you asked by another person. However, they could never answer you. Your instincts should tell you that something is not right. That person may not be worth communicating with. You only want a simple yes or no answer. The best thing to do is just move on and forget them. Let them ask you a question. Let them follow you sometimes. Let them find you. Don't be a fool and do not kiss behind. Let them know that you are just as good as anyone. The person you follow is on Twitter just like you. So that means if they were better than you, they would be somewhere else.  Never feel bad on Twitter.  

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