— Ian Tighe (@IanSpins) January 5, 2018
Just look up the road. Did the gardai not see this truck parked on apath and cyclelane and facing the wrong way pic.twitter.com/Fgad7OGXEx
— Anto Moran (@moran_anto) January 5, 2018
Thanks Alan Bracken
…. I’m going to deactivate my account after I’ve done a bit of housekeeping. Twitter is a toilet and I don’t want to be complicit anymore
— Graham Linehan (@Glinner) October 12, 2017
— The Raven (@TheRavenxx) June 28, 2017
#JobstownNotGuilty not trending higher if you were cynical you would swear there was a conspiracy
— #GE17LOOKINGGOOD (@wolfiewire) June 28, 2017
— Gemma O'Doherty (@gemmaod1) June 28, 2017
#BritishThreatLevels Thinking about what to write in the leaving card of someone you don’t really know at work.
— Don Q (@DonQuickie) May 24, 2017
When the phone line crackles and you didn’t catch what the other person said, so you have to pretend you heard them #BritishThreatLevels
— Dan Colley (@dcolleyofficial) May 24, 2017
when GBBO moved to Channel 4 #BritishThreatLevels
— Katie🌷 (@KIAdams01) May 24, 2017
when someone pronounces scones the other way #BritishThreatLevels
— ㅤ (@tinykians) May 24, 2017
The ever-growing, satirical response to the Manchester-inspired #BritishThreatLevel thread in which British tweeters share their nightmare imagined scenarios.
Twitter HQ, Dublin.
Jack Dorsey, co-founder and CEO of Twitter, met a small group of “the Irish people who use Twitter in different ways to help people”.
Among them was artist Annie West who presented the Twitter boss with her Ireland-shaped #hometovote print (available in the Broadsheet Book Of Unspecified Things That Look LIke Ireland) used during the Same Sex Marriage referendum.