Spanning the Twitterverse: Friday Fun Tweets

Spanning the Twitterverse to bring you the constant variety of tweets
The thrill of the retweet and the agony of the unfollow
The human drama of the twitter timeline
This is CadChica’s Wide World of Tworts


Have you ever heard the saying, “Early bird gets the worm”? Yeah, me too. It’s one of those clichés that I’ve been hearing all too often lately. So much so that it’s beginning to climb the ranks of over-used clichés in my book; kind of like “one game at a time”. I’ve been hearing coaches or players use it when discussing how much work they are putting in. I get it. Work hard early and often (Rise & Grind).But have you ever thought of the flip side of that saying? No? Well, here is how it goes:

The early worm gets eaten.

Now that you have that in your brain, I decided to roll out an early edition (posting this on Thursday) of Friday Fun Tweets tonight. I’m neither a bird or a worm so I’m pretty sure I’m cliché-proof.

Friday Fun Tweets are those “I” find humorous, interesting, lol-funny, slap-you-upside-the-head-cause-why-didn’t-I-think-of-that, or just really good tweets. If you see a link in the tweet, “click” on it. It will be worth your while. Enjoy!






I guess the Seagals were on the field during the game between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks last Sunday. I tried to find a picture but alas, I failed. Okay, so I didn’t try very hard. Sheesh, do you really think I am going to post a picture of cheerleaders??? Not a chance. Here’s some tweeps sharing their thoughts on what happened.



A collection of tweets that fall under their own “unique” category (HINT: I couldn’t fit them anywhere else).

The lesson on this first one is: Don’t criticize Hope Solo’s dancing on Twitter. She’ll see it.


Buffet line? Kobayashi?


In case you missed it, Jeremy Affeldt sliced his hand ending his season early with the Giants. He’s a good guy and can joke about it on Twitter.


Mike Tyson has a tattoo? I never knew.


*Sigh* If only we could all be “too big” for a Ferrari.


Anyone can win!


Baseball on September 28, 2011 was EPIC.



Recently, there was talk of a US satellite crashing down to earth. Nobody was quite sure where it was going to land.

Larry Scott is the conference commissioner for the Pac-12 conference. He has done wonders for the conference, striking a 12-year television rights deal with ESPN and Fox this year, that could be worth $2.7 billion dollars. BILLION.

I have always lived in Pac-12 (or Pac-10) country. My bias comes through in this week’s TotW (the avi is pretty cool too):

Crashing satellite + Larry Scott = “JEALOUS” Tweet of the Week.


CadChica Sports 

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