I wish to inform you that I have received the tweet you mentioned me in.
I went to see your profile and loved that you are actually a purple egg. I have never met a purple egg! So that means that you are the coolest egg I have ever met!
I am so sorry I didn’t learn to write in invisible letters. I went to school for slow kids, obviously, and they didn’t teach us the cool stuff. So I could not read your bio. I bet it is amazing. I mean… bio of a purple egg can’t be boring, can it?
I just wish I was intelligent enough to actually engage people like you do. I was amazed to see that you only had 10 tweets by now, and managed to engage at least 50 people with them. Talk about networking.
I did feel a bit sad that I was not special to you, as you are to me, I mean, mentioning all those people… But me being just a plain human being, I can’t be as special as a purple egg. So I forgave you straight away.
Did I say thank you for the link you sent me? I am so rude. I clicked on it as soon as it appeared in my Twitter stream.
I never knew someone can guess what I need, without even knowing me. I bet it is one of the special senses of purple eggs.
How did you ever know I want to know more about cheap hair extensions? Is that because my hair is short? Oh, you are such a smart egg. Like I said, must be one of the special senses.
I tried replying to you, but I saw everyone was already replying. So I decided to wait some time and try to get your attention when you start responding.
People were calling you names, but I knew you were a bigger egg-person than them and that you would not go that low and start responding.
I didn’t want to be a part of that, I wanted to really connect with you so I decided to wait a day. I went to see you today on Twitter and I could not find you.
Stupid Twitter kept telling me the account was not available. You were not there. I was devastated.
So I decided to write you this letter and tell you, please dear Purple Egg, if you see this, please, please, send me another tweet.
I know I could not find you on Twitter because your account was too busy with all those people trying to connect with you.
Purple Egg, I promise I am your biggest fan and you will never have a better friend than me.
Contact me so I can always get those great links from you and be mentioned in your tweets. That felt so much better than anything I’ve ever experienced on Twitter.
Yours truly, the best friend and biggest fan, a simple human being Brankica.”
This post was inspired by Nicholas Cardot, the opposite to purple eggs, a very un-purple-eggy-human.