A Twitter-Told Tale

by Kat French |

Thanks to Twitter, I will no longer have to suffer the indignity of cutting tomatoes with a dull knife.

As you’ve no doubt surmised, (not to be confused with “summize“) there’s a story behind that statement.

Last week, I noticed that I had reached 400 followers on Twitter, the microblogging tool.  While it’s still a small number compared to Jason’s account, it was a milestone for me–so I tweeted about it.

A couple of folks picked up on my tongue-in-cheek plea for swag:

So I went off on a nice little humorous riff:

Well, I’ve now officially learned to be careful what you wish for.  Especially on Twitter.  Guess what I got in the mail this week, courtesy the extremely kind @jonathaneunice of Illuminata?

Yup.

My very own set of Ginsu knives.

That, my friends, is the power of social media.  If you’re even marginally entertaining, people will send you precision cutlery.

So because I’m a woman of my word, I finally got the webcam working.  The video quality is not exactly hi-def, but here, in all it’s cheesy glory, is my homage to Ron Popeil:


About the Author

Kat French

Kat French is the Client Services and Content Manager at SME Digital. An exceptional writer, Kat combines creativity with an agile, get-it-done attitude across a broad range of experience in content strategy, copywriting, community management and social media marketing. She has worked with national brands like Maker's Mark, Daytona Beach Tourism, CafePress and more.