To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Guidelines to Being a Bro on Twitter
Twitter has established itself as one of the greats in social media. 140 characters at a time you can share your thoughts, feelings, observations, random jibbersish, anything that pops into your mind and slap a #hashtag to the end of it. It is almost like an uplink to the brain, which makes it difficult to filter what you decide to tweet. So to help a bro out, we have established a basic guideline for you.
-Song lyrics: It’s easy to look pretty darn gay when you tweet lyrics to the latest tay swift song. I don’t expect you to go that far, but if you find yourself thinking that the lyric that you are about to tweet is aimed at someone, go ahead and don’t do it. A good way to play it safe is only tweet lyrics if it is in a rap, because it’s most likely regarding topics such as partying, fucking bitches, and making money: All topics are pre approved for tweeting… and life.
-Hashtags: The point of a hashtag is to make your tweet searchable, so that other people tweeting about similar topics can easily find it by putting the number sign in front of it and not putting spaces between words. Some of these are acceptable and can even make a tweet funnier, #ButIfYouHashtagLikeThis… then you’re doing it wrong.
-Instagram: Taking pictures on a smart phone and adding some sort of filter to it making it look all artsy and whatnot. This is a risky one because the ideal in itself is super douchy. People use it to tweet pictures of random objects, or food they just made or bought that I should be impressed by, or pictures of different places they are visiting. So acceptable pictures to tweet are you with bitches, party pictures, and maybe pictures of vacation spots as long as you don’t put the caption “this is the life”.
-Feelings: Twitter should be a bitch free zone. There is nothing more annoying than anyone complaining about their day or situation… girls get away with it because of boobs and stuff, bros on the other hand can’t get away with it. You have to remember that every tweet is working towards how you represent yourself, and would you rather be a bro or a bitch. That goes for post sex tweeting too… remember who is reading.