Back in August I went through my Twitcleaner report and discovered dozens of people who were no longer actively Tweeting. Since I had to click through to their profiles in order to unfollow them, I was able to read the last tweets they ever wrote. Sometimes the last tweet provided a small glimpse into the reason they were no longer using Twitter; sometimes it was just fun or spooky or tragic to read reasons into those last 140 character strings.
It has been a while since I have run a Twitcleaner report, but I did another one this morning. This time around there were more names I recognized among those who haven’t tweeted in a while, and it made me sad to know they had gone inactive. But just as before, there were some funny, spooky, tragic, and strange #LastTweets to go out on.
I’m going to go with “No.”
I smell a conspiracy. What was in that picture, Carrie? What did someone not want us to see?
Confirmed: Bon Jovi concerts are dangerous.
I suspect the former Duke did not take this lying down.
The fatal thumb injury.
When the Men in Black arrived at her door, she never expected them to say, “It’s about your tweeting.”
If you try playing Beatles songs on your iPod that you didn’t download from iTunes, your house explodes. There’s an app for that.
It’s hard to run and tweet at the same time. BUT IT’S NOT IMPOSSIBLE, KELLY. Quitter.
Don’t tweet and drive.
They finally caught up with the notorious KBB.
Maybe. I hope you did.
Jacquie got so pissed off at her Droid that she flounced away from the Internet, never to be heard from again.
She left the TV on and caught 2 minutes of “Man vs. Food” afterwards and didn’t have the resources to survive another round of puking.
I hope she found her perspective.
Note to self: Avoid the rock garden on the Pinhoti.
This is the only one that I’m positive is a farewell tweet. (Note, she has updated her blog intermittently since leaving Twitter.)