Fake Dalai Lama scams Twitterers…

…it’s good to know that the spiritual leaders of the world are keeping in touch with the common man. Not only does tha Dalai Lama have his own homepage but he also has a devious doppleganger Tweeting like the wind on his behalf – spreading dubiously derived wise words and fake love across the globe. Aparrently the nefarious wannabe had over 16,000 followers before the Twitter authorities saw through his evil plan.

This recent scandal in the microblogging world that is Twitter just adds to my vague scepticism even though I do dabble occasionally myself. If however, your ambition is to fill all the tiny spaces of the internet with completely useless information and inane wafflings then this will of course be most beneficial to your quest.

If you want to listen to more pap and nonsense then check out the following Twitterers…

Stephen Fry (very funny)

Tango (grrr) (exceedingly hot)

Daddy Papersurfer (prolificly idiotic)

Papersurfer (very handsome, witty and charming – allegedly)

God (omnipotent entity that created the universe – also allegedly)

I didn’t surf today. So stop asking.

19 Replies to “Fake Dalai Lama scams Twitterers…”

  1. I’ve got to admit, I’m a bit disturbed that the Dalai Lama is breaking into the world of the internet…it just seems wrong somehow.

    You are my personal hero (at least for the next 24 hours) for using one of my all time favorite words, doppelgänger. Kudos to you, sir!

  2. Dear nevew

    call me a dinosaur, but I’ve only just started the blog thing, never mind the twitter thing………also am busily engaged in the rat race, single handedly keeping the UK economy afloat except on Sundays, which this is. Good to find out what is happening in your life and also to know that your education was not in vain: hence, and I quote:
    “Aparrently the nefarious wannabe had over 16,000 followers..”

    FYI, two ps one r!

    LOL xx

    1. It must be a genetic trait to be unable to pass a typo without drawing attention to it…

      Welcome to blogworld dearest Auntie and be careful of the dangers within (especially those called Daddy P!) xxx

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