Feb 19, 2010

Day Three Twitter/Facebook Fasting


I am now sending emails in 140 characters or less. #twitterfastingFAIL

I felt empty last night when I could not announce to twitter that I was eating ice cream. #twitterfastingFAIL

Not sure how to get through my #followfriday without announcing all my favorite twiends. #twitterfastingFAIL

Cannot get through a sentence without using a hash tag. #twitterfastingFAIL

Feeling the need to speak in hash tags is confusing my husband. #twitterfastingFAIL

"Hey @TobbySmith, can you help me make dinner?" #housewifeFAIL #twitterfastingFAIL

Feel lost and broken without saying #windinmyhhhaaaiiirrrr at least once a day. #twitterfastingFAIL

Feeling the INTENSE urge to check each of these sentences in twitter to make sure I don't go more than 140 characters. #twitterfastingEPICFAIL

(Ok really, I'm doing pretty good. I haven't opened up twitter once and I am barely shaking anymore. #twitterfastingWIN!!!)

13 comments:

Karen said...

Love the e-card!

Jonathon Arntson said...

Aww, I feel for ya, but that fact that half of that #maadeenosensetome, is a testament to why I do not use Twitter.

You can beat this thing!

Scott said...

I'm doing just great with not going on Twitter. Absolutely. Fabulous.

Okay, I do have an account, but I rarely Tweet, so, hey . . . I know, I'll give up Twitter for Lent. Woo-hoo!

S

Southern Princess said...

Day 3 - 140 characters or less emails...yikes.

You have been Tweeted!
@southrnprincess via @_MaryBethSmith_ Day 3 Surviving No Twitter or FB http://mbsmith090801.blogspot.com/2010/02/day-three-twitterfacebook-fasting.html

;o) Keep smiling, we love the blog entries & think of you when we visit Twitter.

Simon C. Larter said...

#itsokay #youcandoit #youlljusthavetofindanotherwaytogetwindinyourhaaaaiiiirrrr #thatsall
:)

Tara McClendon said...

At least your humor is surviving.

Shannon O'Donnell said...

You go, girl! I love the funny e-card. :-)

Karen Amanda Hooper said...

Those are great. Thanks for the laugh.

pauling said...

#good luck. Hope you don't get a twitter headache. :)

Rebecca @ Diary of a Virgin Novelist said...

I've always been too verbose for twitter. As a writer who needs to remove clutter from her prose, maybe twitter would be good for me?

Jessica said...

Keep on, girl. :-)

Mindy said...

keep it up! after about a week or so you'll never know what you missed.....i gave up using my computer for a week once... that was hard but now i have a big excuse to go on it hehe... i have to do my work on it hehe

good luck!

Fear of Beards said...

I remember doing something like that for myspace. Which didn't do much cause, I just jumped on the facebook band wagon right after. But I got rid of that about two weeks ago- Cheers to that