At its best, Twitter is a revolutionary source of information, entertainment and social expression. But let's be real: Twitter also has its downsides.

In a single picture, comic maker Sarah L. sums up the social network and the people who occupy it with just the right amount of cynicism. All you humblebraggarts out there take note:


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Via Blame It On The Voices

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