Sub-Tweeting: Twitter’s version of being a coward.

We’ve all seen it before. Someone who spends their time on twitter talking trash, talking about someone who is anonymous, or just straight talking about people behind their back. This method is called sub-tweeting and has already become the thing on twitter for some time now. Common ways of doing this is by mentioning “oomf” (which means “one of my friends/followers”).

But don’t get it confused, doing this is the new way of being a coward and/or bitch. Seriously, why spend your time talking behind someone’s back on twitter by calling them “oomf”? By doing this, you are just wasting your time and the time of every single follower you have. Nobody wants to hear stories about anonymous people on twitter, we want to hear stories and trash talk about ACTUAL PEOPLE. Do yourselves a favor, next time you talk trash about someone, twitter tag the person (if they have twitter). This way you save yourself and everyone else time by getting straight to the point instead of beating around the bush.

Believe me, the person you’re talking trash about would rather know right away and get into a heated argument right then and there. They don’t want to sit there wondering forever about if “oomf” is them or not. Just show some courage and talk trash directly about the person. The only thing worse you can do on twitter is not follow back or block (but we’ll talk about that on another time). Sub-tweeting is more cowardly than having a hockey fight without taking the cage off.


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