god twitter gives me the jitters.

there’s something about it that’s just disturbingly real.

like i can come here and spout whatever nonsense i want, and ya’ll will tolerate it.

twitter is like an alien world where i don’t know what’s gonna happen, if fucking ted cruz is gonna respond to me or what.

it’s nerve wracking, it’s too mainstream.

i prefer this bullcrap where no one knows anyone or what’s going on at any given time. 

But do u remember that time when a writer came at you here?

that’s true, but unlike twitter, i was only tumblr shamed.

and tumblr shaming doesn’t work on me because tumblr shaming is like if a group of furries came with signs to shame a filthy otaku. 

on twitter, it’s like JK Rowling is gonna slap me with some half assed white corporate feminism and have her drones of cult followers come to shit on me for speaking. 

or like blake shelton is gonna @ me for making fun of his music, and all of his fans are gonna light the fire under my feet. 

it’s way different, being controversial on a mainstream media site.

tumblr’s a cesspit of stupidity, but it’s an obscure and strange cesspit of stupidity.

twitter’s a little too real.

trump and obama can have a rap battle on twitter and make it a part of us history.

tumblr isn’t the same way.

we all die in obscurity on tumblr, and i prefer it. 

twitter feels like im in full sight of the snipers and i cant even duck behind a clown car to avoid them

On tumblr you’re in the clown car, hurtling towards a cliff at mach 3 with a few dozen others in the same car.

See, it’s metaphors like these that you can only get on Tumblr, that perfectly describe what it’s like being on Tumblr.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.