For almost two years I’ve been doing a series of daily tweets. First tacos, then monkeys, then daily affirmations, then daily etiquette tips, then incorrect quotes, then fake TV shows, horoscopes, horror, writing tips, holiday tweets, resolution tweets, Hey Girl tweets, Urban Myth tweets, pastry tweets, boring tweets, social media tweets, incorrect facts, slogans, and Conspiracy tweets, and now Spooky Tweets! Enjoy!
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Day One – You get a phone call. It’s coming from someone who could have sent a text or email.
Day Two – Once, as an adult, I shopped at Hot Topic.
Day Three – Sometimes three white guys get together in a basement and don’t record a podcast.
Day Four – If you watch an episode of Doctor Who and don’t have a strong opinion about it, you will die in 7 days.
Day Five – The term “mouthfeel” exists and is in common usage.
Day Six – It’s possible that my home is haunted and I don’t know because the ghost is just a lazy ass.
Day Seven – If you look in the mirror and say your own name three times, you’ll realize you’re a fucking narcissist.
Day Eight – Today is the twenty year anniversary of twenty years ago. Soon we will all die.
Day Nine – Satan is only interested in purchasing your soul if it’s part of a GroupOn deal.
Day Ten – A remake of The Tell Tale Heart but the beating heart sounds like the car alarm on a Prius.
Day Eleven – Don’t be afraid: Zombies are more tired of us than we are of them.
Day Twelve – Ghosts are just dead people who can’t stop buffering.
Day Thirteen – The noise is coming from inside the building. The man has an acoustic guitar and is learning to play The Eagles’ songbook.
Day Fourteen – All Blockbuster Videos are now haunted by restless spirits that can never pay the late fee on their VHS copies of Titanic.
Day Fifteen – If you look at WebMD, you’ll think you’re going to die in seven days.
Day Sixteen – Once, I went 24 hours without seeing a picture of a cat on the internet.
Day Seventeen – In the future, people will fight to get little blue verified check marks on their tombstones.
Day Eighteen – Once, I left ear buds in my head for seven hours before I noticed I wasn’t listening to anything.
Day Nineteen – The bolts in Frankenstein’s monster’s neck can only be tightened with a little wrench from Ikea.
Day Twenty – Theirs a ghost in your house and it wants to correct you’re grammar.
Day Twenty-One – Once I went three days without asking anyone if they’d seen The Wire.
Day Twenty-Two – I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream, vampires, spiders, burritos, discounts. We never stop screaming.
Day Twenty-Three – Before you die your life flashes before your eyes but it’s not in the correct aspect ratio.
Day Twenty-Four – Dance like no one is watching except a sad ghost named Toby.
Day Twenty-Five – Some of the things smartphones have replaced: watches, alarm clocks, mp3 players, books, family, friends, hope.
Day Twenty-Six – The mad scientist’s name is Frankenstein, the monster’s name is actually Chad Lonelypants.
Day Twenty-Seven – If you eat enough candy corn, your colon will turn into a mummy.
Day Twenty-Eight – We will never know which long dead British guy we’ve never heard of was the real Jack the Ripper.
Day Twenty-Nine – The most terrifying Halloween costume is emotional nudity.
Day Thirty – If you make a funny face, your face will stay that way. If you make two funny faces, you will become an animated gif.
Day Thirty-One – Things vampires can turn into: bats, wolves, mist, Diet Pepsi, a turducken, YouTube comments, ebola reporting, money. #DailySpookyTweet
Yours in Spooky Town,
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