4 Reasons Why Twitter Is Like Chocolate

Okay, okay, I know what you’re thinking. Weird analogy, right? How can twitter be like chocolate?

The title may sound strange, it might even make some of you hungry, but from what I’ve seen and observed, twitter is a lot like chocolate in more ways than one. Here’s how:

Everyone loves it

 I’ve yet to meet someone who absolutely hates chocolate. Similarly, almost everyone I know loves social media – especially twitter. Also, in today’s world of constant stress, social media provides the much needed breather and helps us de-stress – just like chocolate! I’m sure all of us tweet because we want to be updated with news, make new friends, interact with old friends and mainly, relax.


It makes us happy

The aroma of chocolate gives us a feeling of happiness, doesn’t it? Chocolate always puts us in a good mood. Well, twitter is no different! Twitter proves to be a mood-lifter a lot of times.  In fact, when tweeps post tweets expressing sadness or whenever they feel low, fellow tweeps never fail to cheer them up. That’s the power of twitter – even complete strangers can make your day!




There are nuts

Now, not everyone is nice on twitter. You will definitely come across people who don’t agree with you (and some might disagree with you, rudely). Some people will insult you in a tweet, some might get way too personal with you, some might spam you, and the worst – some might send you auto DMs. So, just like chocolate, twitter has nuts too.


It is addictive

Chocolate is addictive and works like a drug. And of course, twitter is addictive too. If you stay off twitter for too long, you will start getting that weird feeling, a strange urge to tweet. With more than 200 million tweets per day – it is obvious that the world loves to tweet and the world is addicted.


So there! These were some ways how twitter is like chocolate. Agree/disagree with this post?  Let me know in the comments. Thanks for reading!

Chocolate image credit:  Suat Eman / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Chocolate heart credit: m_bartosch / FreeDigitalPhotos.net


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