It’s honestly surprising Tesla wheels don’t just fall off all the time https://t.co/iDRToHj9g2— Chris Harris (@ChrisHarrisKC) November 18, 2022
Getting ready for absence of Twitter by standing on street corner shouting mordant observations to passing cars— Popehat (@Popehat) November 18, 2022
Sometimes I wanna go— Cathie from Canada 🇨🇦 😷🏳️🌈 (@CathieCanada) November 18, 2022
Where a few hundred people know my name...
If this is the last thing everyone sees on Twitter then I can absolutely live with that… https://t.co/UrxucnxAPj— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) November 18, 2022
I mean, leave Twitter because of a middle aged erratic man-child boss, chaotic back end, and a reasonable percentage of unpleasant people talking at you? Dude, I worked retail— Tinnitis Emeritus (@pbontoast1) November 17, 2022
*seeing everyone standing on the deck of the Titanic*— Jessy Han (@hjessy_) November 18, 2022
Wow, we’ve never had this many passengers enjoying the scenery at 12 AM! https://t.co/lD3TKivwkP
So tonight I tried out my Mastodon account - here it is:
Twitter's destruction is not like the sinking of the Titanic. That was an accident. This is the Bismarck sinking the Hood. One shell through the turret into the magazine, and KABLOOIE! Congratulations, Elon!#RIPTwitter pic.twitter.com/DLNHmcTCPk— Harry Turtledove (@HNTurtledove) November 18, 2022
Joining a new social media platform feels a little undignified.— Merlin Mann (@hotdogsladies) November 18, 2022
Like being notified you have to re-interview for your current job only now there's also a swimsuit competition plus a ton of forms to fill out.