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Wyatt Perkins diagnosed with Twitter Disease

ODYSSEY, USA- Although Wyatt is supposedly not old enough to have a social media account, this week he came out of the hospital diagnosed with Twitter Disease. This common illness causes individuals who catch it to repeat things they hear online without confirming it for themselves. Many exposed to a certain phrase or idea spread the disease by telling their friends, people, and even other online personalities the bits of information they have heard. It is a serious plague.

The information Wyatt had come in contact with before going to Odyssey General Hospital was a re-Tweeted article on the Arabian Death Scorpion from a “news” website. This is what he had to say.

“Now that I know I have the Twitter disease, I have to stay away from all my friends, including someone I met a few days ago. I went over with my mom to apologize after finding out I had the virus.”

We, and other news outlets, along with the CDC are urging people to stay in public places and away from devices to avoid the virus. When approaching Twitter, these are the tips we suggest to avoid falling prey to the virus like Wyatt and his sister. When tempted to rage in all caps:

  1. Take a real, deep, breath.
  2. Resist the urge to type ANYTHING
  3. Close the app or tab
  4. And walk away

It’s really that simple! We ensure that these tips will help people in Odyssey, and everywhere, stay safe from the Twitter Disease. That’s all for now, and for SONN, I’m Don Treply. Goodnight.

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Published by The Stiletto

Writer in Chief for AIO Writer's Block and AIO fan. Sums it up pretty well I guess.

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