@RK Fire Totally used hashtags on FB just the other day, and only as a joke. And I think it was funny?
@yrouttasight I don't even have a twitter, but I use hashtagged words as punchlines on FB statuses (and Hairpin comments TBH) occasionally. It's just a quick way of making a point or changing the meaning of something for humorous effect. I also use #babystuff as a leading hashtag sometimes, so that people who aren't interested can scroll on by, because FB is a good way to keep the family updated on the BBs.
I might be a bit annoyed that I'll have to stop doing it.
@cashmere velvet candy cane I can go on living so long as P&P remakes, in all their forms, keep being made. That was bad grammar, but you know.
@lobsterhug You should send them an invite for a movie night and make them watch Pink Ribbons Inc.
Oh please let the 50's hair come back so I can feel trendy, and not like my mom.
I need to use these on my best friend's toddler. He is 2 and I tend to just talk to him about my day and ask him questions about his books and cars like he is an adult, because what else am I supposed to do?
@royaljunk Me too. She has the life. Writer who travels the world and is occasionally romanced by dashing gentlemen while solving crimes? Yes please!
@PaperbackLady Apropos of nothing, I saw Angela Lansbury a couple of years ago... in the underwear section of the Gap on 5th Ave.
@PaperbackLady Sorry. Kinda. I love how progressive it was about stuff in the 80's.
@PaperbackLady Oh man, I know that feel. I shaved my head, let it grow out to shoulder length, then shaved it again (drunk this time), and it's just now, 2 years almost to the day later, getting back to a decent, non-hideous length. I liked being bald, but NEVER AGAIN!