Twitter can be a funny social media site. And it can be harsh.
Sometimes it can be both.
Former Cleveland Browns receiver Greg Little signed with the Oakland Raiders Monday, and soon after tweeted that he had circled the date when the Browns play the Raiders.
October 26, 2014 is definitely circled beleedat!
— Greg Little (@Str8UpGlittle) May 19, 2014
Which prompted some Browns fans to respond.
Like this one:
I just favorited this tweet for when you have 7 drops "@Str8UpGlittle: October 26, 2014 is definitely circled beleedat!"
— Chopz Manziel (@ThaRealPchopz) May 19, 2014
And this one:
@Str8UpGlittle make sure you don't drop the pen when you circle that date
— Mark Smaldino (@MDSmalls23) May 19, 2014
There's more. But this one referred to Little's famous Usain Bolt pose when he caught a first-down pass in a 2012 loss in Cincinnati. The day of the game, Little posted a photo of himself doing the pose, with the wording “me and Usain Blot.” Typo included.
Which of course led the Twitter world to tweet #Blot any time Little or another Browns player made a mistake.
One tweet on Monday brought the Bolt pose back.
— Kurt Feuerstein (@trev2707) May 19, 2014