Let’s be friends

I’m lonely. Incredibly so. Most of the time, I feel like I’m shouting (or crying, depending on the day) into the void whenever I’m on Twitter.

So if you enjoy this blog, like history or politics, or are a writer, share your Twitter account in the comments.

I’m lonely. Incredibly so. Most of the time, I feel like I’m shouting (or crying, depending on the day) into the void whenever I’m on Twitter. That’s why I’m inviting everyone to share their Twitter handle here so we can start doing all that connecting that social media is supposed to be good for.

If you enjoy this blog, like history and politics, or are a writer, share your Twitter account in the comments.

You should also definitely follow P&P on Twitter–that way, we never miss each other’s posts and we can have more fun. Heck, I’ll probably even share some of your content on my feed. And did I mention the P&P Twitter is run by America?

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If you find that obnoxious (totally understandable), just know that I have plans to rotate the characters that get to control the account. Isn’t the prospect of seeing all of North Korea’s thoughts and feeling really exciting? If that can’t entice you to follow me, I dunno what will.

Alright, let’s network and stuff.

Author: Allison Black

Allison is an author, nerd, and international relations major who does not get paid to make bad political jokes--yet. When she's not writing or gushing about global affairs, she's playing video games. One day she will have a Ph.D., speak Korean fluently, and command an army of chihuahuas.

6 thoughts on “Let’s be friends”

  1. Haha – yes, I get the lonely social media thing. I signed up for twitter only because I wanted the widget. I don’t think that shows the proper level of commitment for the relationship to work. Anyway, my handle is @cj_hartwell. See you there!

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  2. I love love love reading your blog! Living in China right now makes it all the funnier. I write about gender and culture in Asia (mostly China) at Zhendegender.com. My handle is @CasCatherine – let’s connect!

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