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15 Responses

  1. Abby

    Like you, I’m way late to the Twitter game and marvel at the fact people have a gazillion followers. However, I follow very few people–I have social media ADD and no desire to spend 23 hours a day retweeting things–so I guess I don’t deserve to have a gazillion followers, even if I’m better than everyone else (kidding.)

    I had never heard of Twiends. I don’t think that’s a bad thing. I follow you on Twitter. I don’t think that’s a bad thing. 😉 Thank for the review!

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  2. Amy Vansant

    If I can save one person’s self respect by keeping them away from tools like this, my work here is done. I much prefer having people like you follow me back!

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  3. Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing]

    I’ve never heard of Twiends. When I started reading, I thought, “THE HELL? I NEED THIS NEW FANGLED SOCIALLING!” but now, yeah, no. I’m not signing up. One rule of the internet: don’t pay for followers, pay for blow jobs. Or, that was maybe a college motto.

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  4. Amy B

    Never heard of Twiends. But I also really suck at the social media thing. Twitter is a new(er) concept to me and I will admit that I suck at it. Getting myself into conversations I can’t keep up with… tiny urls…. pictures… the twitter app on my phone… what?

    If my resistence of the social media apps means my blog will stay small, that’s cool with me. I’m too lazy for that noise.

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    • Amy Vansant

      I feel your pain. Even though I’ve discovered Twitter is a whole other audience than Facebook, I still find it hard to keep up on it all. It so THERE and then GONE two seconds later. Did I miss something good? Did I post when people were paying attention?

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  5. Ed Philly

    I actually tried the Twiends and had a similar experience. It was especially hard for me, as I just naturally dislike people, and am very picky about who I follow.

    This was a good read, I imagine you’re doing just fine without Twiends anyway!

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  6. bschooled

    If this post was a Twitter account, I would never unfollow it even if it defriended me on Facebook.

    I am curious to know where you find your foreign hookers, though. Mine never seem to go away. I come home and find them sitting cop a squat in front of the television, watching Nickelodeon and quoting iCarly…

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    • Amy Vansant

      We get the throw-away kind – like contacts. It is a little more expensive but worth it in the long run. A truck comes and picks them up after we bag them.

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  7. Basia

    One of these days, I will join Twitter and I will follow you. Until then, stories like these keep me far, far away from it! Sounds like a high school popularity contest, except this time I don’t have to shave my legs or stuff my boobs? On second thought, count me in.

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  8. Triplezmom

    I was late to the party on Twitter too. And now I know not to try to up my follower count with Twiends.

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  9. Jonathan

    I gave this service a try, with a degree of skepticisim from the start. Turns out I was right. Complete waste of effort (and money).

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  10. Michelle

    I tried Twiends before and I got the same results. I got up to like 300 followers and now I’m down to 87. I think I’d rather just good old quality followers anyway.

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