If you have been on Twitter for quite a while you would know that there are many type of characters on Twitter other than the 140 characters. 😉 Here is a list of Twitter people you may have come across;
1. The Political Ones:
A majority of Pakistanis on Twitter come under this category. They often flood your timeline (if you are following them) with the hashtag they are trying to trend or with tweets against other parties. They portray their leader as the only savior of Pakistan and they tell you that you are committing a sin by not supporting their political party. They can be annoying at times. Well, almost always (don’t tell them I said this).
2. The ‘Why oh Why?’ Type:
These kind of tweeps love to complain, they complain all the times about everything. They are the ones who look at the half empty glass. They will either make you feel that there is nothing good outside in the real world or maybe they have some serious psychological disease.
4. “Mujhey tou koi sazish lagti hai’ kind:
5. The Cricket Freaks:
6. The Sports Lovers:
They are not restricted to cricket. They watch all the sports, even golf (yes, even golf) and they will tweet about all the sports. You can depend on them for sports update of any kind. Some of them play themselves too.
7. The News Reporters:
8. The ‘Frandshippers’:
They are quite a type, they will tweet you a ‘helo how are you?’ often and they have their numbers written in their bios. And if by mistake you follow them then expect ‘I want to frandship with you’ in DMs.
9. Team Follow Back:
10. $&#%*@ type:
Ambreen Ejaz — Islam, Pakistan and Kashmir, these are my ishq. A student of psychology. Love books, football, cricket, tennis and other good things. Proud to be a fundamentalist. She tweets as @ProudPakistanii
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