Twitter birdies are disgusted, and they want the whole world to know.
With the share price of Twitter down but work assignments up, the Twitter birdies say they have to speak out. Wall Street wants faster expansion of the business, but the birdies say NO WAY.
The head of the Twitter Birdies Union called the Wall Street critics BIRDBRAINS and complained, "We're like the late Rodney Dangerfield. We don't get no respect."
The birdies are planning an upcoming protest. Tweets will be delayed as thousands of the Twitter birdies converge on Wall Street to get their point across. One little Twitter birdie said, "It'll be like a scene out of Hitchcock's movie THE BIRDS. I can't wait."
Willie Nelson has told friends he's fond of the Twitter birdies and plans to bring his guitar and recently awarded fifth-degree black belt to the upcoming protest on Wall Street. He'll serenade the birdies with a song selected just for them: "Blue Skies."
If that doesn't pump up the Twitter stock price, what will?