This Is What It Feels Like To Write Tweets For A Living

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Have you ever wanted a job where all you do is write Tweets for a living? Manage social media? Write up Facebook posts? Well here’s a tip by u/3rdStrongestMole:

It’s fun for a while. It feels creative, it feels important. Your friends think it’s cool. They follow your brand. And then a month passes and you’ve written 1000 tweets about hamburgers, even though the public will only see 100.

And then the next content calendar is due. You don’t know what more you can say about hamburgers. You barely know what hamburgers are anymore. Yes, there is beef. Yes, there is a bun. But what does it have to do with St. Patrick’s Day? Do leprechauns eat hamburgers? Is that offensive?

You present the entire month’s worth of tweets to your client over the phone. You’re supposed to read all of them as if hamburgers are exciting, but…

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An Open Letter To Every Boy Who “Doesn’t Want A Relationship Right Now”

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I hear you, dude. I hear you with flying colors. Some girls can be clingy. You like your space, and you care about your career and your gym time. After all, who needs romance when your bromance is at an all time high?

You’re trying to decipher what to do with your life and that’s fine. Being selfish and single at a young age is vital, and many women crave exactly the same freedom. The thing is, you’re going to meet a lot of great people along the way – people who are also happy, free, confused, and lonely at the same time (cue the Taylor Swift song – but really). Sharing this stage of your life with someone special can be equally as beneficial, and I’ve found that most guys want exactly that. They genuinely enjoy talking to someone on a daily basis and getting to know another…

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When It All Begins To Crumble

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It starts slow. You don’t exactly see it coming but you’re not entirely ignorant of it either. It’s such a slow and detrimental process that I think we try not to see it coming. Something inside us though, something inside us sees what’s up ahead. We know what’s about to happen.

It could be something small that sets it off. Small things have a way of piling up to make big scary monsters of a thing. They slowly eat at us until we cannot contain them anymore and there go the dominoes, one after the other, toppling on top of each other.

No matter what starts it, the crumble is inevitable and one day it’ll just…


It’ll be a small push, the thing that sets everything into motion. But that whisper of the wind or push of your pinky will send the first domino tumbling down…

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