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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Tweet Tweet

All time
A classy GAA message, inflatable bananas causing riots and more tweets of the week
Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.
15 of Ireland's funniest tweets so far in 2017
A decent start to the year.
25 of the funniest Irish tweets ever
Happy birthday, Twitter!
25 of the funniest Irish tweets ever
Happy birthday, Twitter!
18 hilarious Irish Twitter users you should be following in 2016
Get ready for belly laughs.
Can You Guess Which Irish Celebrities Sent These Tweets?
Colm Parkinson owned by Diarmuid O'Sullivan - It's the sporting tweets of the week
How the week in sport played out on Twitter.
Twitter reacts to Ireland's penalty shootout win over Romania
Alf has been deferred.
BOD and D'Arcy are hairstyle fwends! It's the sporting tweets of the week
Kieran Donaghy, Jerome Boateng, Carl Froch, Sean Cronin and Noel Connors all make the cut as well.
Nice look Roger! It's the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring quite a few tweets about the Irish weather.
The UFC bandwagon and BOD in the dog house - It’s the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring first-world problems for Jack McCaffrey.
Shane Lowry hustled by Pádraig Harrington - It's the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring a flock of sheep basking in Schools Cup glory.
Harrington's testicles earn him a celebratory burger - It's the sporting tweets of the week
Here’s what Twitter’s sporting community had to offer this week.
Pendred in a dress and Kernan in Sunderland - It's the sporting tweets of the week
Also, Caroline Wozniacki taking the positives from her relationship with Rory.
Twitter is changing... but is it for the better?
Twitter want to use your information like who you follow and what you engage with to show you more Tweets.
How a Premier League footballer and other British tweeters reacted to Sky Sports' first All-Ireland final
‘What’s going on’ seems to be the prevailing trend.
The state has asked Twitter to block 13 accounts in Ireland this year...
…and Twitter has refused.
Hooters and referees - Twitter’s take on Sunday's football in Croke Park
There was really only one topic up for discussion following Sunday’s games.
Cover your ears Martin! It's the sporting tweets of the week
Featuring Paul McGrath, Cathal Pendred and BOD’s obligatory appearance.
Mmmm elasticated waist! It's the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring Joey Barton, James McClean and Fergus McFadden
Twitter ban lifted in Turkey
People in Turkey will be able to access Twitter again in the next few hours.
Are the French trying to poach BOD out of retirement? It's the sporting tweets of the week
As you’d expect it’s rugby heavy but there’s also room for Mick Wallace’s new motor.
Turkey has blocked people from using Twitter after threat by PM
The social network was highlighting corruption allegations against the Prime Minister’s inner circle.
Relax, the tweeting bra has finally arrived
We won’t ask what the delay was.
Geezer's looking for a new gig. It's the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring Ailis McSweeney and her stolen phone.
Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu calls on fellow Polynesians to abandon New Zealand rugby
The controversial Samoan has had his say on perceived racist criticism of Auckland’s Samoan coach.
Video: check out the new version of Twitter
The microblogging site has unveiled a new look that will be rolled out to all users in the coming weeks but can already be found on smartphone apps.
Gallery: how Twitter reacted to Budget 2012
Here’s how the Twittersphere saw part one of the Budget 2012 announcements…
Twitter to establish 'international office' in Dublin
The IDA says – via Twitter, naturally – that the microblogging site is to set up an office here. But how many jobs are coming?
Top twits: Twitter's 10 most-followed users who aren't celebrities
Celebrities and news agencies are regularly the most-followed acts… but of the regular public, who’s picked up the biggest crowd?
Twitter promises to shrink your links
The new feature will be rolled out to Tweeters over time and will automatically shorten links to 19 characters.
GAA plans to regulate social media usage
The Association will be issuing players with a set of guidelines on how to use Twitter and Facebook appropriately.
Westminster gives politicians all-clear to tweet from Commons
Members of the British parliament will now be allowed to tweet in the chamber – but what are the rules for Ireland’s TDs?