The Tots100 Twitterati

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tots100 twitterati

I love Twitter.

Honestly.

I think I love pretty much everything about Twitter. The ironic hashtags, the quick one-liners, the moments when someone blurts out a thought through their keyboard without stopping to censor themselves.

And some of the most entertaining and brilliant people on Twitter are bloggers – and people who chat with us. So, we’ve decided that each month we’ll be sharing with you 20 bloggers, social media pros and writers who you NEED to follow on Twitter – the ones who make us laugh, make us think, or just plain make us stare at the monitor in open-mouthed horror, through our fingers…

Introducing the Tots100 November Twitterati…

@MTJAM

Tracking my obscenely expensive new coat as it leaves the depot is almost as exciting as tracking Santa’s Christmas Eve progress. Almost.

@DawnIsaac

My new jeans have such complex fastenings that I’m basically wearing a denim chastity belt.

@R2UK

Learnt a valuable blogging lesson this weekend. When being offered content, check to see how many other blogs are running the same content.

@qwghlm

OH: I’ve got two Oyster cards, just like Kanye

@JanieStamford

I’ve got a sneeze that won’t happen :-/

@kateagreen

C seems to be using my bra as a tunnel for his train. Not sure how I feel about that…

@bad_kate

Right then Twitter, where do I get a Cybil Fawlty costume for a 7yr old?

@FrugalFamily

Chaos here. We’ve set off and I have wet hair, an un-ironed top and an extra child.

@notSupermum

Any inappropriate Tweets last night were due to my account being hacked. Honest.

@Rhodri

..caroldecker Do you sing “China In Your Hand” when a member of your family loads the dishwasher?

@Porridgebrain

Goodnight Twitter. If you’re adding things to my Christmas list, it now reads 1. Electric pencil sharpener 2. Penguin hot water bottle

@HelenAtAardvark

I hate myself for being mildly interested in Chantelle & Alex Reid having a baby. Could be worse, I could be really interested.

@IAmWitWitWoo

Does that say ‘erotic’ or ‘exotic’ flavoured popcorn? Could affect my choice.

@DirtyKnickers_

I’m scouring past tweets to compile a list of my most offensive. Does anyone have any scintillating ones favourite by any chance?

@ZooArchaeologis

My parting shot: A packet of Cadburys Twirl bites are just not as satisfying as several Bacardi’s and cokes.

@BeccaDouglas

Just nearly got taken out by a mobility scooter. What a way to go.

@ElleTucker

Of course. Why would you want to play with any TOYS when there is a pile of magazines and a laptop cable nearby? You crazy, genius baby.

@BelgianWaffling

“As a feminist, I looked down on Mumsy types”. Yup. Liz Jones TOTALLY gets feminism #sigh

@ElsieAnderton

My extensive knowledge of the Young Guns soundtrack & Lou Diamond Phillips has pissed my husband off that much he’s sent me to bed

@Keris

Just seen a car with the license plate F5TUS. WTF?

 

Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, Trips100 and the Flea Retreat. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 13 year old daughter, Flea.

Discussion6 Comments

  1. I just literally laughed out loud at some of these tweets. Off to follow who I don’t already follow.

    Thanks for including mine – days out don’t always start like that for us….

  2. I’ve just painstakingly followed all of those. I clearly move in the wrong Twitter circles as apart from the glorious I am Wit Wit Woo I wasn’t already doing so. Sorted now though.

    Liska x

    P.S. Bad_Kate does not work (for me anyway)….. link does not load up to anything

    xx

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