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11 unforgivable Twitter crimes that totally deserve an unfollow

If any of these are clogging up your Twitter timeline, do not hesitate. Unfollow.

WHILE TWITTER IS great and wonderful and life-changing and all that, it has bred a whole new way of being mind-blowingly annoying.

We are in no way saying that we’re not guilty of these things ourselves. But we’re all better than this. All of us.

Sub-tweeting

There is no subtle way of calling someone out, even without naming names, on Twitter. Everybody knows. Everybody. And they’re hating you for it.

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Sub-favouriting

The practise of favouriting a tweet in which you are openly criticised, or favouriting a sub-tweet you just KNOW is about you.

The Twitter equivalent of saying “YEAH WELL YER MA” to an insult.

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Over-sharing

Tweet-vomiting your bad date or your night out or your doctor’s visit or your breakup – it’s cathartic, yes, but get a blog or tell your mam or your dog or anyone, anyone but your followers.

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Humblebragging

You want to let people know you’re a big deal, but you want to be cool about it, too.

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Tweeting or retweeting inspirational quotes

It’s annoying on Facebook, so it’s only logical that it would also be annoying on Twitter.

This can also be a form of sub-tweeting, and is most likely accompanied by an unacceptable amount of hashtags. Speaking of which…

Too many hashtags

#girl #ireland #pink #friends #bestfriends

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What could this possibly ACHIEVE? Please. We don’t understand.

Hashtagging unnecessary words

There’s too many hashtags, and then there’s hashtagging random words within your sentence.

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Why?

One big long hashtag that’s impossible to read

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Now please. That’s just not fair.

Addressing Twitter at large

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Joke-stealing

We see you there, joke-stealer. We know you saw that on your travels around the internet and took it for your own. You can’t sit with us.

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Putting the dot before someone’s name in a reply

This is not the worst thing, we concede. But when it’s done specifically to highlight how funny or insightful you think you’re being in a reply to a semi-private conversation, it’s awful.

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“Thanks for the follow @newfollower”

Just unnecessary.

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Yes. That’s right. Don’t even go there.

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