E-migo Brian Spaeth is doing a virtual tour promoting his new movie and other ventures. You know what that means: Guest Post!
HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS ON TWITTER
I’ve known Jordi for several years now, and pretty much at every turn I screw him over in some way – one time I had him write on my old website for like 4 months (more like 18 months, ed.), and then I deleted all his posts later.
What’s wrong with me.
Anyway, I know he’s been getting active in social networking and social media and social internetting and being social online and also Twitter. As such – and because I am a self-perceived expert in these areas – I’ve decided to give Jordi something for his website blog.
Here is – as clearly as I can state them – the best ways to meet – and not meet – girls on Twitter. I didn’t create all of these, but I’ve certainly perfected them.
1) Don’t swear. Look at it this way – there are many girls who are offended by swearing, but very few who are offended by not swearing. Swearing was impressive when you were 12.
2) Be action-packed in your picture. There’s a reason I have a picture that’s action-packed looking. It’s so girls think I’m always on an exciting adventure while I do my important Twitter typing.
3) Never, ever talk about how raw Green Lantern is in your profile. Stuff like this maybe only works for me.
4) Legalities aside, if you’re over 24 or so, don’t follow 18-year olds. For real – the 25-year olds find it off-setting, and like…just don’t do it. 19-year olds are fine.
NOTE: In an odd bit of counter-point, I just looked, and 75% of the people I follow are 18-year old girls.
5) Along those same lines, is it “18-year olds” or “18 year-olds”. Hyphen placement perplexes me, especially since my personal abandonment of the question mark. Oh – don’t mess with grammar at all, or imply you lack education. Girls hate this.
6) Don’t do sexual innuendo in public. Like any males who follow you are just gonna think it’s weird, and any females who respond to it are just giggling at you with their friends. They’re not giggling with you.
NOTE: SERIOUSLY, DON’T DO THIS. NO JOKES HERE.
7) Don’t talk about how you hate dogs. This only works for me. In cases where this is done and it’s not me, it’s unsettling for females.
8) Don’t be arrogant and self-absorbed. This is another that only I seem able to pull off.
9) You shouldn’t Tweet about how you’re going to the gym, unless you’re doing it with fake bad grammar with an implication of an aversion to dogs, and also to meet 18-year old girls.
10) Be yourself. Also, if you search for “Grey’s Anatomy”, that’s where all the good-looking girls are. Also “Gossip Girl”, but that’s only for 18-year olds, and you know you shouldn’t be talking to them on Twitter anyway.
Which of these do you think are real and which are not. Also, do you think Jordi should delete this post one day –
Brian Spaeth is the writer and star of Who Shot Mamba?, a Broadband Motion Picture debuting October 13th on Koldcast.tv. You can see the first teaser-trailer on the website, and the second exclusively at the Facebook Page. Brian has also published two novels, and writes regularly at his own blog.