Twitter, one of the fastest growing communication methods on the planet, has filed a class action suit in Federal Court against manufacturers of a new system called "Twatter."
An attorney for the group said "This is obvious trademark infringement. All they did was change one letter and they are trying to take advantage of our name and reputation."
Twatter manufacturers, however, disagree. "Ours really isn't anything new. It's just a plain old, average cell phone that you put on vibrate mode and stuff inside of your panties. When this phone goes off, it is a pleasureable experience!"
"Also, you really can't talk on our phone...it's nothing more than a glorified pager in vibrate mode, but that's not slowing down sales any."
Twatter phones are now available with the seven days of the week printed on them in large letters for women who insist on wearing day specific panties.