I’ve heard that the anonymity of online interactions makes people more bold because they don’t have to say it to your face. Boy, do I believe that! Somebody said something bad to grandmommy the other day, and let’s just say that her reply shut that person down in 2 seconds or less! The thing is, you’re still you, and that always comes through. It may take people longer to see what you really are, but eventually they will whether you type it or say it. That’s why we call people that like to stir up trouble and drama online “trolls.” It’s uglier than those horrible dolls that were popular in the 90’s, and nobody wants it.
Our Twitter pals use social media to build friendships, and you guys have been great to us and our parronts. You’ve been so helpful and supportive, and I hope we’ve shared that back with you. It’s great to know other birds and bird parronts, especially in a place where most people don’t have birds. You can have real friends or real enemies online. I’m into real friends, and I believe most of you are too. But some people are combative types and aren’t happy unless they make others miserable. It's a shame that there are people out there that need to use Head and Shoulders as a suppository because their head is up their rear. At least you can block and report them!
Don’t let them drag you down. Just like those horrible dolls from the 90’s, they get driven out. We go on with our happy selves and don’t put up with that crap here. That’s what Facebook is for (giggles!).
Thanks for being great friends. Take care, and have a good week.