Foodies100 Twitterati – February

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It has been an interesting month on Twitter with food bloggers tweeting about recipes for the perfect Valentine’s Day meal and a multitude of ideas for pancakes. Sometimes following so many foodie types makes me very hungry and my list of ‘must make’ recipes is growing rapidly.

There have also been the usual real gems – the ones that make you laugh so loud that the cat jumps across the room in fear! I highly recommend that if you are drinking a hot beverage and watching tweets go by, you cover your keyboard – just in case…

@paulaannryan

In shop queue, at top of his voice Isaac has just said “I thought you said in the car you weren’t going to pay”. #groundopenup #scarleh

@AndreDang

Oven cleaner man has got one of those miner’s lamps on his head. Reminds me of a cartoon mole

@Feelgd_Foodbk

#thatawkwardmomentwhen someone at work tells you they don’t understand food bloggers or why people would want to take photos of their food

@teapotplease

I just found a USB hole I didn’t know I had. Thanks #apple lady

@relucthousedad

I have an extraordinarily itchy big toe. An itch that cannot be reached. Going to get a fork on it

@_katie_bailey

Twitter, I have a confession. The brownie I made earlier…. For my dads birthday tomorrow… I might have ‘accidentally’ eaten some…

@meedja

Does anywhere deliver Diet Coke, salt & vinegar crisps & a big bar of dairy milk? Now? To my belly?

@madamding

It’s one of THOSE days today. Where I abuse my VISA by buying cookbooks I don’t need.

@souptuesday

Using a potato ricer is disturbingly like squeezing giant pimples…

@B4kersgirl

Ok ok, I’m getting out of bed. The call of the kettle is too loud

@alexthepink

Custard creams. Best. Biscuit. EVER. Tea dunking perfection.

@BribedwithFood

God, I feel all energetic today. What’s that about?!

@MammasaurusBlog

Just rummaging in my blogs spam folder and found ‘One eyed bimbo gets pleased by soldier’ and I’m now chortling away to myself

@lauralovesbakes

There is a good possibility I may have eaten my entire body weight in cake today…somebody save me from myself!!! 🙂

@gill_crawshaw

My baby appears to have an Emeli Sande hairstyle this evening; it seems to have given her the power of super-human hunger

@kairenv

I’m starving again. Seriously if I was a cat I would be worming myself

@CornerCottageB

Jim keeps searching for pictures like ‘baboon bum’, enlarging said picture, and then leaving it on my iPad when I open it… He’s a bad man.

@chocolatereview

When life throws you lemons … … slice them up and find some tequila!

@FoodUrchin

Have come to the conclusion that I am no longer losing any hair cos it seems to be sprouting in abundance from my eyebrows, nostrils & ears

@northsouthfood

Is there a word for the happy sensation of molten butter running down your chin after a hot crumpet or soda farl? If not, there should be…

That’s all from the Twitterati for February. Don’t forget you can follow us on twitter too – we’re not quite as funny as some of these tweeters but we do our best!

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

Discussion4 Comments

  1. I’m very honoured that my embarrassing work moment was amusing enough to be worthy of inclusion here…it was *very* awkward & means I now can’t take any food photos in the office (which is tricky for my #project366 challenge!)…

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