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When you #swipeleft because your shared friends are your craytown friends.— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When you #swipeleft because the dude is wearing a Monsanto tshirt. O_o— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When you #swipeleft because it’s stunningly obvious that they took a selfie and wants to make it look like it isn’t. Own it, honey.— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When you #swipeleft because you were kinda spacin’ out there for a sec and OH SHIT HE’S GONE FOREVER— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When you #swipeleft because his current #beardstatus is indeterminable.— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When u #swipeleft because u think that’s yr optometrist from a few years ago; he asked if you’d ever been dropped on yr head. #specialeyes— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When you #swipeleft because “100% man.” Didn’t realize there was a new-style buzz feed quiz for that already— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When you #swipeleft because he says “swipe right” in his bio and you don’t want to be told what to do (most of the time)— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
When you #swipeleft and Tinder’s like, I got nothin for you grrl. This may conclude my own livetweet for the evening. Feel free to carry on— Deanna Zandt (@deanna) April 14, 2014
TL;DR: I’m unfollowing lots of people on Twitter and I swear, it’s not you, it’s me.
I go through periods where I need to change my social media style for one reason or another, and I’m in the middle of another one. I’ve been spending less and less time on Twitter because I’d been just simply overloaded by following around 1,000 people; I tried employing lists and keeping the same main following, but it’s just not working. So, I’ve started moving lots and lots of people over to lists that I’m now checking in a different way, and working on whittling down my main feed to things and people I don’t see or interact with elsewhere, or who post radically different content on Twitter than their other platforms/newsletters/blogs/etc. Especially if we’re friends on Facebook, I’m unfollowing you because I love and participate with folks in a personal way much better there. The lists I’m adding a bunch of yous to, I’m still getting the hang of checking and using well (hello, Twitter, do something about that). If I miss important news or you want to get ahold of me, I check @’s a ton, and many of you have my contact info anyways.
love love love yous. thank you for understanding!
DZ’s international symbol for “DON’T SAY THAT IN YOUR PHONE INTERVIEW”, for the record. (for jaclynfriedman)
how I’ve been feeling about the results of my thyroid function tests from the last few months.
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YAYYYYYYYYY! My goulash and a ton of other great great food from amazing peeps.
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finished a mobile finger doodle from my travels a few weeks ago.
(via Family props up, poses with dead boxer | New York Post)
Kind of amazing.
That moment where you realize one of your best friends knows you so well that she’s found the perfect animated GIF to represent all that you are and hope to be. Thanks, anappleaday. xoxox