Some tweets are semi-brilliant thought-provoking statements, like "Wondering if illiterate people get the full effect of Alphabet Soup." Some other tweets are, well... not. They're the kind of tweets that give validation to the tweet-opposed, like "Just got to work and can't wait to dig in to my Starbucks!" But there's a new tweet evolving that's more of a functional tweet. Can you decode what my tweet up there means?
The tweet is a reply to a new Twitter dating service called Radaroo. A quick tweet like the one above; defining your gender, the gender of the love match you're looking for, your zip code and your interests; will put your profile onto Radaroo's Web site to be scoped out and matched up with other Radaroo tweeters.
There's a bunch of other codes you can use to update Radaroo on your status, too:
- Not Single: @radaroo !NOTSINGLE
- I want to keep this information private: @radaroo !PRIVATE
- I'm having a 1st date: @radaroo !1DATE
- I'm having a 2nd date: @radaroo !2DATE
- I'm getting married: @radaroo !WED
Would you consider Twitter dating?