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Kicking and screaming, I integrate Twitter here

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Friday, November 13th, 2009
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I have a pal who I listen to and value his advice greatly.  He’s my best friend.  If he told me to jump off a cliff, I’d ask which one.  If he told me to switch from ProV1’s to Top Flites I’d ask if he wanted me to play the XL’s or the Gamers.  Once he told me to start a blog back in 2004.  2500+ posts and tens of thousands of man hours later, here my blog sits.  I guess I do have him to thank for a tripping over golf gadgets every morning when I walk through my kitchen to make a cup o’ joe.

TWIT or Twitter?

I’m not a Twitter fan.  I think Twitter is gay heterosexually challenged.  I don’t think it is a coincidence that the first four letters of “Twitter” are “TWIT.”   Those little birds and the little frilly, girly designs make me want to throw up in my mouth.  To me Twitter seems like the Britney Spears of the web, hot one day and old trash the next.  It really seems like 97% of the people on there are just trying to generate traffic to their own web sites.  It all seems like a collection of 140 character spams.  If it isn’t spam, it is what somebody ate for lunch, or the fact that some lady’s kids farts smell like roast beef.  If I had severe ADD I’d probably love it.

That being said I’ll give it a shot

My pal is smart (I trained him well) so I’m taking his suggestions and implementing them.  I’ll probably have a couple of Twitter accounts, one for my golf web sites and one for personal so I can filter what I want.

For now I’ve got my recent “Tweets” (oh God I just threw up in my mouth) in the right column…  Testing 1 2 3 4…

6 responses to “Kicking and screaming, I integrate Twitter here”

  1. ISBPD says:

    Doesn’t all throw up reach one’s mouth? To be called throw up, isn’t reaching one’s mouth the minimum standard? Therefore, wouldn’t any time one throws up be throwing up in one’s mouth? Therefore, I have always felt that saying “I just threw up in mouth” to be the same as repeating one’s self in the same sentence. But I admit, it does usually sound funny.

  2. I think it is implied that I threw up into my mouth, yet didn’t have enough force for the vomit to leave my mouth…

  3. You gonna tell us what yore “tweethandle” is big boy 😉

  4. ISBPD says:

    I feel that if you can’t even vomit with enough force for “it” to leave your mouth, then you really aren’t that disgusted by Twitter. Next time, put some effort into your disgust. You might find projectile vomit within your grasp if only you’d apply yourself.

  5. birdie says:

    I guess that’s why they call it hurling…bend your back and remember to follow through to keep the high trajectory.

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