Foodies100 Twitterati – August

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In days gone by, I used to read newspapers. Then as technology progressed I would check news websites. Now, what more do you need than twitter? Surely you can find out everything you need to know nowadays via twitter? Sometimes, the twitter rumours are even true! You can find out who won Olympic medals, who has sadly passed away, what’s happening on X-Factor and that there are lions on the loose in Essex! Ah, twitter – an endless source of facts, fiction and funnies.

So, here we have our monthly round up of favourite tweets and tweeps you should definitely be following. As usual, there are funny, spit-your-coffee out tweets, those that make you snigger and some that make you cringe with embarrassment on behalf of the tweeter. So go ahead and follow these magnificent tweeple, and don’t forget to follow us too!

@glasgow_food

Garlic bread for breakfast might be a mistake. Sorry work colleagues.

@laurahathway

Wow it’s windy! Half of Gravesend and a large proportion of London have seen my knickers today. Bad dress choice!

@TheAmateurChef

Sometimes all I need to make me happy is a nice glass of lemonade. Or a double gin.

@fromfieldtofork

The cardiologist’ s diet: – If it tastes good spit it out.

@ejmor

“I’m a vegetarian,” says my five-year-old. As she tucks into a salami sandwich.

@MumReinvented

Baby just sneezed custard in my face – that was different

@TheAmpleCook

Word of advice – no matter how low you leave onions frying, DO NOT be tempted to ‘just take a quick look at the Olympics’.

@AliceCantCook

Watched EastEnders tonight for what felt like first time in ages. After the Olympics it was like having to visit relatives I don’t like.

@Cakephilosopher

that awful moment when you take a bite and realize you put twice as much #chili in your dinner as you were supposed to #fire in my mouth

@manchesterisace

My day has improved enormously by my realising there are crisps in the house.

@RosieAllOver

Are there any golden post boxes in #Sussex? Really want to post something in one, as hopeful it might take me to Diagon Alley or similar

@FocusPR

Congratulations to the winning Euromillions couple. We’re not jealous at all. #veryjealous

@hungry_woman

My neighbour just stepped out in his greying y-fronts to put the rubbish out #unnecessary #gross #whatwashethinking

@laythetable

I have to say though, a cake filled with fresh cream doesn’t fare well when you drive like Colin McRae

@TheGreedyGirl

Slimfast for breakfast makes my soul weep.

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.

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