RIP, Damon Lindelof's Twitter
Well, thanks a lot, dickhats, you made Damon Lindelof quit Twitter by being buttholes. Will no one think of the Bieber hats?!
According to Variety, Lindelof’s final tweet was, “After much thought and deliberation, I’ve decided t-.”
From Buzzfeed’s Kate Arthur:
I emailed Damon Lindelof to ask about his quitting Twitter; he doesn't want to discuss it. RIP, @DamonLindelof— Kate Aurthur (@KateAurthur) October 16, 2013
Judging from the mean jokes I'm getting about Damon Lindelof's work in my @s, I don't blame him for quitting.— Kate Aurthur (@KateAurthur) October 16, 2013
God dammit, dicks. The guy brought us something, while uneven at times, that we loved a lot. And the Twatters of Twitter sent him running away. And, I get it. There are days where the negative comments really make me want to quit. There’s something about the people who go into writing. We are desperately insecure and still such egomaniacs that we think our words matter enough to the universe that they must be shared. We open ourselves to the negativity and then are immediately crushed by it. Writing is for broken people, and social media is for masochists.
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