Twitter FAQ

Are you following me yet? 

Found out that I’m really annoying? Are you wondering why Prinze Charming always RTs you?  

First, let me explain what my description says in French, “Dis-moi, mon ange. Dis le moi tout. Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix.”

Tell me, my angel. Tell me everything. My heart opens to your voice.

“17 Feeds. Women’s thoughts. I am not a robot. These are automatically RTed.. Guys, read.x3”

Wait, seven…. SEVENTEEN news feeds automatically re-tweeting women’s tweets? How is that even possible? What the f.. why would you even do that? 

Well, let me clarify everything. I am not physically sitting at a computer all day accumulating RTs from every woman that passes through my News Feed. I am not entirely up everyone’s asses, reading their thoughts about life and the men involved – or lack of in most cases.

Now, let me briefly explain this process. I have created a Twitter account ( that is currently streaming up to 17 different feeds that are being received through Twitter on a daily basis to my Twitter account. Approximately, there are 5 tweets per 30 minutes that have been recently published. If you and six other friends decided to join the RTs, you cannot all use the same trigger phrases. This was accurately tested since 2010, and it may have changed over the last two years.

Well, what are these trigger phrases that cause your automatic RT?

1. “I want a guy who can”
2. “why can’t guys be”
3. “I need a man who”
4. “I need a guy who”
5. “I love it when a guy”
6. “I want a boyfriend who”
7. “Why do guys always”
8. “ideal guy”
9. “ideal date”
10. “I hate guys who”
11. “when a guy”
12. “”he doesn’t know how much he”
13. “I attract the”
14. “why are guys so”
15. “boys make me so”
16. “I don’t get why guys”
17. I forgot what this was … lol

Yes, for the first one, “I want a guy” can also work. It has to be in the right sequence for it to be RT. Therefore, if you’re posting a personal dating ad, I will receive “I want a boyfriend”. The word “who” doesn’t necessarily have to be there to work.

Now, why would I do this? 

Women desire to be heard. Why do men always put their feelings first and as their top priorities? Well, that’s going to change. I have created my Twitter account to achieve a personal understanding of women by educating myself while allowing others to see the latest trending thoughts of women on a daily basis. I may have already figured out quite a few turn ons and turn offs, but that does not necessarily mean every woman enjoys the same one.  In addition, you will also see me provide feedback on a few tweets when I’m available.

Q & A

1. Why do you make incomplete RTs? 

Well, it’s automatic. Secondly, it repeats what you previously said.

Don’t ask why that happens. I guess it likes to re-post twice.


Sorry, it’s not my fault that you are talking about guys all day!

P.s. Check my “Favorite” tweets. I did not ask, nor did I compensate these people for providing compliments. They spoke from the heart, as most women do, and most men SHOULD be doing. Am I a feminist? Neutral. Am I a mamma’s boy? Yes. Should you always look at how a man treats his own mother to evaluate how you will be treated? Precisely.

3. Are you a man or a woman? 

Well, am I Princess Charming? Yeah, I understand a woman would create an account like this, and maybe post some chick flick quotes as inspiration. But no, I am a guy. Wow, that’s a shocker.

Do I really have to tel you this? Some women like it, and some women don’t … make up your mind! For all those who believe this is spam, it is technically not spam. As a scholar, I hate to quote from this source but it will only get the idea of what spam is:

Spam is the use of electronic messaging systems (including most broadcast media, digital delivery systems) to send unsolicited bulk messages indiscriminately. While the most widely recognized form of spam is e-mail spam, the term is applied to similar abuses in other media: instant messaging spam, Usenet newsgroup spam, Web search engine spam, spam in blogs, wiki spam, online classified ads spam, mobile phone messaging spam, Internet forum spam, junk fax transmissions, social networking spam, television advertising and file sharing network spam.

– Wikipedia:


Yes,they are messages sent in bulk. However, they are RTs for a reason. If a shit load of people re-tweeted you, would you consider that spam, or just a shit load of really nice people? Oh, that’s right. Most people can only handle up to 10 RTs per status. Maybe lower ..  but am I abusing any privileges here? Actually, I am enticing and placing an emphasis on the fact that certain messages should be RTed. Thus, I am not spamming. Am I selling anything? No. Just simply block me if you want. Duh .. gee, what a surprise.

Lastly, people LIKE / LOVE what I do! Woah, the only enjoyable ‘spam’ would be the disgusting ham in a can. Congrats, you just lost your case.

Now, a final message to everyone interested:

I can’t let this slide. When I have more than one person come up to me in a single day whether online or in person, I have to announce my rage about it.

Ladies, if you’re in a relationship where you have to question every day because you’re not certain if you should stay with him or not,  …. the future doesn’t look bright either.

Just stop and read this. YOU ARE SO MUCH BETTER THAN THAT.

Don’t let him continue ruining your life until it’s too late. Show him that there’s a vacancy in the doghouse. Please do that for me. The past is the past, the boy you found a year ago will NEVER be coming back nor will ever be the MAN you wished you met for your entire life.


Your tweets can be seen on the front of my blog page below all my posts. You’re welcome. Talk is cheap, publicity is invaluable!

7 thoughts on “Twitter FAQ

  1. You say that you aren’t a feminist. Feminism is the idea that all genders should be equal. Also known as the radical idea that women are people too. Why do you not think that women should be the equal of men?

    1. Ah, thank you for questioning that. I meant to say that I am not an extreme feminist. The ones who protest about banning pornography, the women who feel as if they are superior rather than equal to men. I am talking about the ones who would rather take gender over individuality. I understand what feminism and extreme feminism is all about. I am sorry I didn’t make this clear. Thank you for pointing that out. Sorry for any confusion. If you would like a specific quote on extreme feminism, feel free to look below:

      “All men are rapists and that’s all they are.”

      – Marilyn French, Author

      “To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he’s a machine, a walking dildo.”

      Valerie Solanas, SCUM Manifesto

      You can find more at

      1. The quote you attributed to Marilyn French was actually a quote from one of her fictional characters named Val in The women’s Room. And if you are going to quote it you need to not leave out the context. From wikipedia, “While at college, Val’s daughter, Chris, is raped. Following the rape of her daughter, Val states (over Mira’s protests), “Whatever they may be in public life, whatever their relationships with men, in their relationships with women, all men are rapists, and that’s all they are. They rape us with their eyes, their laws, and their codes.” This is one of the most quoted and criticized lines of the novel.”

        This is not saying that all men rape women. It is saying that women are systemically disempowered, treated like shit by the laws of the time, and objectified. This is representing the time period of the 50’s and 60’s. If you are going to criticize feminism at least get your facts straight, and don’t argue against a fictional character who is not making the point that you think they are making. Five minutes on wikipedia is all you need. I haven’t even read the book, and even I can see that you are blatantly misrepresenting it.

        And you are aware that the Scum Manifesto is satire, right? Or did you read Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” literally, too? I’m surprised that someone as educated as you didn’t learn about that in high school like I did.

        Seriously, you need to stop getting information about feminism from Men’s Rights organizations. That’s like getting information about democrats from Rush Limbaugh.

        The Extreme Feminists that you talk about are only in the minds and imaginations of people who want to demonize feminism. I say this as someone who is a feminist, and criticizes many aspects of the modern feminist movement. And could you please get some quotes more modern than the 70’s. Second wave feminism is over, third wave feminism is even on its way out. You’re two generations of thought behind.

        You do know that most modern feminists are sex positive and actually think that pornography is a good thing, but that the way that it is done can sometimes be exploitive? You do know that many sex workers are feminists, Right?

      2. I hope you realize the satire in what I said. Why would a guy admit that he is not entirely a feminist, but he supports women more than himself? Why would a guy feel subjected to rape when he was uncomfortable in two of his sexual encounters? Why would he give women more equal opportunity than himself? Why would I even have a blog that attracts women in the most effective way possible if I’m not a feminist? This blog IS feminism. I want women to be placed in the spotlight, have their voices heard and then preach what they want to preach My thoughts do not matter. Hence my Twitter account’s core objective. I want to convey their ideas about men. I actually hate most men, but I am not here to male bash. I am glad you caught on to what I said. Sorry, I know satire wasn’t expected to be read in a FAQ page. I’ll lighten up more, now that I know someone actually cares to read what I write and question it. That’s like the other day I wrote “philander” in my About Me section on another website. One young woman finally caught on to it. It is very unfortunate that nobody ever takes the real value of what people say anymore, but the overall concept. Thanks for making yourself distinct. Sorry that I ticked you off thinking I actually meant what I said. I’ve been having a rough week, and I’m finally feeling better from a passing illness. There were well over five deaths in my family since the year started. Now, I will occasionally have moments where I need some joy out of writing something and waiting for someone to catch on to it. Unfortunately, you can never see my initial facial expressions and non-verbal cues that would give away that I was laughing away at writing what I was saying. Thanks for challenging it.

    1. I have to figure out how I did it …. I also wonder if there’s a way to fix the repeated RTs, like, “I wish a man could carry me over puddles.” That would look like, “RT @HopelessRomanticPersonHere I wish a man could carry me over puddles. I wish a man could carr” and then people are like, “Carr..y?” Yeah, obviously it’s not as effective but it gets the job done. I’ll have to figure it out and get back to you on this. 😀

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