Follow Friday

Ten rad tweeps to add some sugar and spice to your time line and why you should follow them (in 140 characters or less).

@Ms_C_McGee




is sassy, awesome, and loves pop music.




 

@theAmazingBen




is an incredible web designer, cool geek, and witty.






@RisingSpivey




is a savvy business owner, loving mom, and inspiration leader.






@randyclarktko




is a marketing master, leadership expert, and excellent conversationalist.






@kendra90704




is fabulous, funny, and always up to something awesome.






@mattdantodd




is a rad dad, intelligent, and a Star Wars geek.






@carlajo




is an avid reader, my Public Relations idol, and into craft beer.






@whitekidwasted




is uncensored, uninhibited, and absolutely hilarious.






@thedailyclaire




is into awesome TV shows/movies, blogging, and shopping.






@mariiieclaiiire




is sweet, loves Frenglish, and a pop culture diva.







Previous Follow Friday posts are located in the sidebar. Please follow me on Twitter! I love meeting new (rad) people!

CoolCussing.com

Have you checked out CoolCussing yet, trash slap?

You literally spin two wheels, Vegas Style, to create new swear words.

Some are absolutely ridiculous (meat machine, trash snake); some are offensive (rectum pie, poop dangler). All of them are hilarious. I've been spinning for almost a week (for a few minutes a day) and have yet to see a repeat.

Go ahead and laugh! It's hilarious!

 Check it out for yourself, sissy hat! Share some of your favorite new swear words in the comments below.

Beyond being a hilarious time-waster, CoolCussing is a new idea (from some really cool dudes) that is encouraging ingenuity and cultivating creativity.

Try to use bull brain in a sentence today.

They actually respond to their followers. How refreshing!

I have to give them mad props for their aggressive Social Media strategy. They are constantly engaging their users (no really, they do!) and asking us to spread the word. CoolCussing actually answers questions and asks them, too. Perhaps they've read my post about about Twitter etiquette?