So, today we want to help answer the question: what is Twitter?
Twitter has been described in many ways, but essentially it’s a platform for people to fulfil their perverted desires and innate need to stalk people 24/7.
The social media platform has taken stalking and brought it into the 21st century. No more needing to sneak around late at night and go through rubbish bins to find out what people are doing with their lives, now the ones you stalk are openly documenting their day by day routines and posting them online without any regard for their privacy! #awesomeballs
Twitter was designed with stalking in mind. Take for example the logo. It’s a bird and the reason for the bird is that it’s small and can fly up to any window in any house and look in without anyone noticing or caring. That’s what Twitter is about. Peering into the lives of people you don’t know without causing a fuss or getting caught.
The bird is the perfect image and a really genius branding move from the founders.
Twitter is also a great tool for the digitally savvy narcissistic cult leader. In fact, many claim that the sole purpose of the entire online platform was to build something especially for those types of individuals and groups.
Twitter is an excellent tool for keeping track of how many followers you have and makes it possible to spread your ideology to them instantly no matter where they are. It also makes it easier for your mindless followers to spread your twisted faith through the retweet function.
And the really great advantage of Twitter for cult leader, is that it’s very hard for anyone to argue against you, as the site has a strict character limit, rendering it pointless to try and engage in any meaningful debate about what you’re doing. #Nice #140limit
So, whether you’re a new age stalker looking to peer into the bedrooms of people you don’t know, a cult leader trying to build up your following, or just the average Twitter user who is wondering is it actually a good thing spending more time staring into their phone rather than having a real conversation with the person they’re having lunch with, Twitter can provide an outlet for you.
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