LEARNING NEW TWEETS & TWEETING THE WORDWIT WAY!

I really enjoy myself doing THE WORDWITTING GAMES and TWEETING with Michelle_Koop @thewordwit.com.

I’m trying to introduce something new (not entirely new, because some of you have perhaps played with it.)

Why don’t we try another form of doing our tweets? With a little creativity, we can find words that can form into beautiful tweets.

I will give you a few examples, then we would have a better idea. Perhaps some one can modify what I’m proposing and turn it to another way of tweeting!

Let’s look at the word ‘WINE’. Can we make sensible tweets using these as initials:

Wealth   Is  Never  Enough!

War  Is  Nuclear  Extermination!

War  Is  Never  Ending!

Wisdom  Is  Never  Ending!

Wise  In  Nailing  Excuses!

OH, WE CAN HAVE MORE, BUT I’LL STOP HERE.

 

What does  RIP  stand for?

He was:  Raised  In  Poverty,

Risen  In  Power,

and now, Rested  In Peace!

 

Well friends, it’s just an idea of mine. Any comment from all of you. Please think over it seriously!

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2 thoughts on “LEARNING NEW TWEETS & TWEETING THE WORDWIT WAY!

  1. Hmm…Could we have a wordwit tweet party? What that would mean is at a defined time, anyone who likes to wordwit in the form of acronyms can join in. The leader offers a word, like RAIN – and anyone who is watching can jump in and add there thoughts. We could introduce 20 words in a half hour. We could make it a weekly wordwitting thing. Like every Wednesday – the wordwittters speak.

    1. Hi Michelle, It’s a wonderful project. Why not you make a survey to see how many are interested. I will fully support you!

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