Oliver Payne

Behavioural insight & comms consultant

Twictionary

By admin • Feb 21st, 2009 • Category: Twitter updates

Twitter - every language has a dictionary. This is Twitter’s.

Titter: A joke in 140 chars or less.

Twatter: an idiotic twitterer, or an idiotic tweet.

TwitteRatio: Ratio of followers to following. Heavily skewed towards ‘followers’ for celebrities. For non-celebs the opposite is true.

You want to add more? Go ahead…


Update - I found this:
5. You’re talking like a two-year-old
Hello tweeple! What’s happening in the twitterverse today? How’s my favourite tweeps? Why do twooligans twy to twab me with twives every time I leave the twouse?

I’m ending this now.



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admin is a digital native who's been taking brands and businesses digital since 1995 (only 5 years after Tim Burners-Lee created the first ever web page). Honing his skills in a variety of companies for the last 14 years, including Ogilvy and Saatchi & Saatchi as a Creative Director, Partner and/or Board Member. He also won some awards.
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