Why didn’t any of you TELL ME I was going crazy?

Last night my brother Alex resurfaced on Twitter, and when I remarked upon his long absence by accusing him of being “Twitter MIA,” he said, “I HAVEN’T HAD A REASON TO SAY ANYTHING, I JUST SAT BACK AND WATCHED YOUR LIFE COLLAPSE.”

…which was one of the best Tweets I’ve ever received. Oh, you, I thought. What a jokester. And then I looked at my past Tweets.

“I just accidentally watched half of the second season of LOST.”

“I’m going to go get [my Les Mis DVD] so I can stare at the cover while doing all my homework and crying.”

“I don’t think many people lose things quite like I do. I lose things with APLOMB. I lose things like it’s an Olympic event.”

“I’ve begun actually foreseeing my utter screwedness. But I still refuse to do anything about it. It’s that time of year.”

“Whoever pinches me today is going to get a Falcon Punch to the elbow.”

“I’m just going to sit here and cry in my dorm for a while.”

“I just had an emotional experience because I found a hat I thought I had lost.”

Needless to say it was an accurate Tweet.


One thought on “Why didn’t any of you TELL ME I was going crazy?

  1. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve looked back at my Tweets in horror.
    But, see, this is why I follow you. It’s so entertaining to watch you go as crazy as I probably am. WE ALL THOUGHT YOU KNEW.

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