and then I came to an epic conclusion: Facebook trumps Twitter.
I kind of already came to this conclusion after I posted the photo of Isabella coming home from school wearing her dress like an open cardigan. you totally want to see it again, I know. My twitter response to the twitpic was surprisingly low, considering how funny it was to pick her up from school and see her parading through the parking lot all 70s porn-staresque. so, then, I posted it on facebook, and HOO BOY, the comments! THE COMMENTS. So, I thought, HEY, I should be doing all of my social networking bizness on facebook, which lasted about 17 seconds, of course.
oh yes, you want to know the two things that happened…
thing #1, which was posted to Twitter.
You see…last night, while my brother and sister-in-law were at the U2 concert, the Martells were at a little concert of our own…OHYESWEWERE at a concert where we got to the see the heavily bearded, heavily black-hatted, heavily singing-in-yiddish band The 8th Day. (don’t even ask how we ended up there. don’t ask) So, apparently, you were all SO jealous that there was not even one response on twitter. not one. REALLY? I went to a concert where a man was singing yiddish country to me and no one realized how ridiculous this was? really?
thing #2, which was posted to Facebook.
I finally got around to cashing in on my “get a free pair of Gap jeans” coupon that I scored at BlogHer (in July) and opted for the Always Skinnys. because, really, I tried them on and fell in love almost immediately. and since the button popped off of my JBrands, they are officially dead to me.
So, I wore my Always Skinnys last night for the first time and well, let’s just say that by the time the concert started, they were no longer skinny…
and just look at that response? You like it! You comment on it!
So, see? Facebook totally trumps Twitter.
Either that, or you are way more interested in making fun of my jeans than you are of making fun of the concerts I go to.