Tweets for April 16th to April 30th

  • TopatoCo: Keep Calm And Shoot Them In The Head Print.
  • The Nutella experiment: toasted hazelnuts cooling before being blended. Not easy to get the skins off.
  • RIP 12 year old blender, you died in the service of a good cause: 3 jars of chunky nutella cooling in the fridge.
  • Those crystal nail files that work so well? No flex in them whatsoever. In other news, glass shards travel further than you think.
  • The empty inbox, / Like a lily pond without / Those annoying fish. #haiku #TuesdaysAreForHaiku
  • Wow. AT&T support says bugger off and call tomorrow, they’re not even going to bother today. Thanks for the customer DIS-service.
  • What did we do to offend you April, that you throw one-inch hail at us?
  • I propose a weekly haiku-a-long on Twitter, the 5-7-5 format. Who’s with me? #TuesdaysAreForHaiku
  • Just realised I tell days from level of ache from karate & sparring, after a 2 week break for injury I have NO IDEA what day it is.
  • "Failure is not an option. It comes bundled with the product." — Ferenc Mantfeld
  • My first computer was a Commodore VIC-20, now the C64 is coming back!
  • Striped towel, yoga mat, T-pins, soggy lace scarf. Settling in for an evening’s blocking.
  • Silent house with cats, / Light switches all in order, / Planning what to bake. #haiku #TuesdaysAreForHaiku
  • Note to self: if attacked by a zombie gorilla, do not attempt to break its neck, it won’t work. Shoot it in the head and move on.
  • My phone has decided we are now in Kellyville, just outside Sydney, Australia. It’s deluded but the Australian place names are fascinating.
  • St Louis drivers PUT YOUR HEADLIGHTS ON so I can SEE you more than 10yds away. Rain-coloured cars please re-spray yourselves orange.

2 thoughts on “Tweets for April 16th to April 30th”

  1. My first computer was a TI994A, followed by a C64. What memories! Thanks for the link. (I still miss “The Castles of Dr Creep”…)

  2. Seeing that C64 body was a real blast from the past, I remember spending hours on the Vic-20 trying to make a graphic programatically, and working through Scott Adams Text Adventures. I don’t think I ever finished them!

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