Best mental image of my night @BrianaBvedsted: Character on the loose! Warning! Look out for a druid in a cowboy hat!
D: I cannot believe you.
D: How many of your brain cells died in the exchange?
A: Oh, lighten up, D. It’s funny!
D: . . .
A: I tell you what – how about we give you a fez instead of a cowboy hat?
D: Now you’re mocking me.
A: Yes, but only gently.
D: But you put it on Facebook and Twitter. And you dragged poor Briana into it! You are a danger to society, A!
A: You don’t even know what Twitter is.
D: I do so; a whole bunch of your pointless ridiculousness is right there along the side of the blog.
A: And . . . ?
D: You’d forgo an English Degree to watch Disney movies? Misty Mountains Cold? With Minions? Really A? That is hardly worthy—
A: You leave Misty Mountains out of it, D.
D: Oh, oh wait! I forgot. That’s your inspiration.
A: Oi, Druid!
D: Two can play at this game, A.
A: All right, all right. Behave yourself and I won’t tell people that the conversation devolved into you streaking through town with just a cowboy hat!
A: Are you sure about not wanting the fez?
That was the most fun I’ve had on Twitter (or with D) ever. And I can’t thank Briana enough for indulging me! Similar to the post I reblogged from 1WriteWay, the sheer variety of digital communications can be overwhelming. When I first signed on to Twitter, it was with a great deal of trepidation. I don’t think Dante would be too put out if I put it somewhere between the third and fourth Circle of Hell. However, it has grown on me – I’m slowly (really slowly – cold molasses move faster than me) learning how to converse in the Twitterverse. Likely, it will never be my go-to format, but I do notice that the interaction is just that – interaction. It’s almost like comments here on WordPress.
Do you Twitter/Tweeter/Sing like a bird? Which social media platform do you like the best for interaction?