What are the real, closeted reasons behind the act of “tweeting”? Why would someone spend hours tweeting to complete strangers he/she has never met before and will probably never meet in person? What needs does tweeting fulfill? Do we really think of the psychology behind our tweeting habits?
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Model
Here are some of the main reasons behind the act of tweeting based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Model:
- Meeting new people from different backgrounds and various locations around the world.
- Establishing connections with others, grow friendships, build relationships and maybe even find love (or at least talk about it to many others who might be feeling the same!).
- Building on self-confidence through interacting with tweeps who continuously praise your tweets, personality, knowledge and/or looks.
- Earning respect from your Twitter peers by providing them with valuable content, tips and links.
- Developing and spreading your creativity in an open and receptive Twitter atmosphere.
- Learning new skills related to problem-solving, enhancing interpersonal competencies and improving overall communication habits.
- Winning products, through sweepstakes and promotions, that have the ability to make you feel “important” and “unique” such as the Macbook Pro.
- Feeling with others on a deeper level through spreading the news about humanitarian causes, environmental problems, economical issues or political debates, and eventually making a difference.
- Achieving fame through proposing ideas that will become trending topics or uncovering site hacks and problems.
Now that I have listed the psychological needs behind using Twitter, which need would you say Twitter satisfies for you? And do you think there are other needs that Twitter fulfills?
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Satirists are truly a unique breed of comedians, they are the passive aggressives of the comedy world. The purpose of their routine, usually, is to shame and humiliate culture and society into improving. Being limited to 140 words forces a satirist to pack a bigger punch in each word, and this list compromises of some of the best satirists on the medium.
Andy Borowitz is a comedian, satirist, author and is the person behind the Borowitz Report. You can expect the same smart, timely and hilarious commentary that you have grown to expect from the Report. Absolutely worth a follow.
SP Jokes Never get old!
Any frequent traveler can reflect on a slew of traumatic experiences they have suffered under the hands and equipment of the TSA. Agent Smith is kind of like your psychiatrist; by reliving some of those experiences and seeing them through the eyes of a comedian allows you to work through your traumas, and makes your see your TSA experience through the eyes and mind of Agent Smith.
Satirists tend to stick to politics and social issue but this Tweep really aims wide; sports, educations politics, science and many others are within his range and sometimes his tweets are just interesting.
Bored of business related Twitter applications? Looking for some fun and news ways to enjoy your tweeting experiences and share them with your friends? We have exactly what you are looking!
Today, we will provide you with a list of top 5 fun and weird Twitter applications which will draw a smile on your face and give you something to do when you are bored. Enjoy :)
1.Twitdraw for Graffiti:
A simple tool to draw and color whatever you want! It is similar to Paint Brush yet you have the option to share it on Twitter and have different tweets add their own touches to your piece of art!
Graffitti via Twitdraw
2. Anonymous tweeting via SecretTweet:
SecretTweet allows you to tweet your darkest secrets (or those of your friends) for Twitter to comment on. There’s a mix of the funny and bizarre on the site, though there can also be sad ones as well.
Anonymous Tweets via SecretTweet
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Tweepi team is dedicated to bringing you tips and tricks to help you get the best out of your tweeting experience. But that’s not all!
For this Easter, we have gathered a collection of 25 funny Easter jokes for you to share on Twitter! Enjoy…
Funny Easter Bunny!
1. Q: What do Easter Bunny helpers get for making a basket? A: Two points, just like anyone else.
2. Good Idea: Finding Easter eggs on Easter. Bad Idea: Finding Easter eggs on Xmas.
3. Q: How can you find the Easter bunny? A: Eggs (x) marks the spot.
4. Q: How does the Easter bunny paint all the Easter eggs? A: She hires Santa’s elves during off-season.
5. Q: Why was the Easter Bunny so upset? A: He was having a bad hare day!
6. What is the difference between a crazy bunny and a counterfeit banknote? One is bad money and the other is a mad bunny!
7. Why did the Easter egg hide? He was a little chicken!
8. Why is a bunny the luckiest animal in the world? It has four rabbits’ feet!
9. What do you call a bunny with a large brain? Egghead!
10. What did the bunny want to do when he grew up? Join the Hare Force. Continue reading
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