Posted by sean on February 7, 2011 at 10:09 pm in Geek Stuff with No Comments

I don’t ‘Tweet’. I am not a Twat or a Tweeter. I do have a Twitter account, but don’t use it. I may one day, but not now (although if you are reading this, please follow me and if enough people take an interest, I may sell out and start).

What I have been doing recently, is reading other people’s Tweets, especially footballers. According to many news reports, they’re always posting things they shouldn’t and getting into trouble for it.

One Tweet that did amuse me was from Walsall FC’s Darren Byfield. Walsall are having a bit of a crap season at the moment and judging by one of their fans’ Tweets, it sounds like Byfield isn’t flavour of the month at The Bescot Stadium.

The fan told Byfield…

Alright mate! I started a game on FM tonight with Walsall first thing i did was release you! if only life was that simple!

To which he came back…

Wow your at home playing on fm with my team n im at my place playing with your mrs,life is good 🙂

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