Sometimes Twitter can be an effective customer service tool; more often it’s not. But most of the time, tweets to brands are inane drivel like most of the rest of Twitter. Or they come full circle and are so stupid that they’re almost interesting.
The blog Dumb Tweets @ Brands catalogs the tweets that fall into that last category. It is strangely compelling.
A few examples:
Would such a person carry an epi-pen filled with sweet and sour sauce in case someone slips them a nugget?
Too long. Entirely too long.
Dumb Tweets @ Brands [Tumblr]
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