Everyone knows that Twitter is an amazing thing. Never before have we been able to get so close to our heroes, to know what makes them tick, to know what they’re going through, their struggles, their hopes and their dreams.
We also get to read the stuff they write when, it seems, they’ve forgotten that anyone is listening.
Laura says it is, and we’ll take her word for it.
Put down the phone, Alex, and do what has to be done. This is not the right Hour Record.
He’s just putting it out there. It’s like Tim Berners-Lee inventing the internet – he’s not keeping it to himself, not snatching the glory. He’s sharing it for the good of the world, and now it’s up to us, the people, to chase down the limitless potential of the Big Idea. Pete’s too busy with his outrageous solo wins – we can have this one for free.
If you laughed, you’re a bad person.
We’ve been losing sleep over this one. Is it true? IS IT? No amount of Googling is revealing the answer. Can a Welsh person PLEASE leave a comment telling us if this is nonsense? Surely ‘ll’ is not a letter, EVEN IN WELSH? Or is it? Can it be? #mysteriesofwelshness
If they really loved cheese, they would eat it, not roll it down a hill.
It’s the chemical toilets, Richie, they’re just not up to it. That’s why everyone except you hates caravans.
Luke Rowe really likes the word ‘hitter’. He likes it in the way that Jamie Oliver likes ‘pukka’, and George Osborne likes ‘hard-working families’. Geraint Thomas winning E3 Harelbeke? Hitter. Alan Sugar sacking yet another deeply flawed chancer with a prod of his pudgy index finger? Absolute HITTER. And if that qualifies, there’s hope for all of us.
Just write then.
Call that a nap?! Come on, you amateur. This writer once had a nap that lasted 16 hours. You’re not even trying, Marco – come back when you’re ready to step up.
The best bit is all the people who replied saying “It’s called the Chunnel.” No, twitterers… it’s called a joke. Chris Hoy? Hitter.
Luke Rowe shows us his scars