I hope everyone has been navigating the mean streets of Twitter safely since we last met. Whether it is trolls telling you about your grammar in 140 characters or a nice person letting you know your bio is ‘stupid’, Twitter is a dangerous place if you choose to walk it alone.
Luckily, Florida State fans have a safe haven. A community of people within the community of Twitter that take care of one another. If you happen to make an inaccurate statement about a Florida State player, surely a person will come along to help you out before a rival fan tries to eat you for lunch.
Let us take a look and see what is going on in and around the realm of FSU football on Twitter (oh, and one Mark May tweet because he stinks).
I guess I won’t argue with this:
UCF, FSU, and WVU have the prettiest girls.
— Starling Newsome (@St_Newsome) August 20, 2013
— R.P.W. (@rpwellbrock4) August 20, 2013
Well, it’s not like you can go wrong doing it.
— Jack Jorgensen (@JackJ14CFB) August 20, 2013
Um, someone call suicide watch just in case.
If Jacob Coker starts over Jameis Winston I’ll blow my brains out.
— The 5th Beatle (@_harris72) August 19, 2013
Laughing at your own jokes is a good way to let everyone know you are not funny. Just saying.
Jimbo Fisher is a crossdresser in his true life lmaooooo
— 1Time (@1Time25) August 20, 2013
Mario Edwards said he came in last year at 315 to 320 pounds. He’s now 278.
— Corey Clark/TDO.com (@Corey_Clark) August 16, 2013
Grand prize for Gator fans is a hug from Tebow while a…ahhh never mind.
Florida Lottery recently debuted a scratch-off ticket featuring the Florida State Seminoles and the Florida Gators. http://t.co/8hjQjBoQql
— Justin Sievert, Esq. (@Justin_Sievert) August 20, 2013
The irony is killing me.
Alright Johnny Football enough is enough this is your last wake up call STOP BRINGING SHAME TO THE GAME !
— Mark May (@mark_may) July 16, 2013
Joke is a bit played out, but okay.
I told her to whisper something sexy in my ear, so she said “Go Noles”.
— Javar Baity (@DamasterBaity) August 17, 2013
I was born and raised in Pennsylvania. So, I can say this with GREAT confidence. Pitt fans are the most delusional fans in a land of delusional people.
— Stephen (@svp813) August 19, 2013
Me, Twitter @JosephNardone