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All I Do Is Tweet #AdderallProblems

Adderall can turn the most boring class you’ve ever had into the most amazing, learning, plug me into the matrix, I love this class feeling within 45 minutes. Taking adderall and learning just feels good. But what I just LOVE to do, is tweet my random adderall thoughts. It’s freakin’ awesome.


I’m not the biggest twitter person out there, or a person who has been tweeting since tweeting was incepted all the way back in July of 2006. (It’s actually weird to see twitter accounts that have been around since then.) And I’m not someone to be tweeting 30-40 times throughout the day. Those people are annoying, and they become unfollowed faster than a new #SingleGirlProblems account gets created. However, I am a BIG FAN of tweeting while on adderall.

There’s something about interacting with people immediately, which tickles my “instant gratification” need, and the ability to interact with people all over the world instantly.

Who’s tweeting about #adderallproblems or #adderallsolutions? What are other people experiencing through the #adderallshortage? How can I help my fellow pof friends and get them to a pharmacy that has adderall on the shelves. I even created a page on this site, entirely for #adderallproblems tweets.

Twitter is helpful, informative, and awesome.

But with all the good things it brings it is also creates addicting habits. I check twitter first thing in the morning, and right before I go to bed. I have noticed that my overall productivity and list-mode syndrome declined with my increase in twitter. I stay up later than I should, because I’m too busy refreshing my timeline, and instead of taking time for myself and my own reality I look to twitter to fill those moments. I’ve also noticed my writing has decrease because most of my thoughts are tweeted rather than written down. However, my knowledge of world news, local events, social media, health, adderall, world trends and other random stuff has drastically improved because of my twitter use.

I have a few friends who don’t have twitter, don’t want to get twitter and really don’t understand the need, desire or reason to get onboard with twitter. That’s totally fine. But what I’m seeing and predicting is within the near future, we are going to be seeing a decrease in text messaging and an increase in tweeting.

I believe on a world scale, text messaging and smart phone usage will be increasing, but within the younger generations (the ones that grew up with an iPhone in their baby crib) will have a decrease in texting, because they are using twitter as a way to communicate with their friends and social groups.


Tweeting, “Hey @adderalljunkie, are you going to the game this weekend? Me and @NonTwitter_Name20 are going” is more effective then texting one person, then having to text another person. You have tweeted directly to me (@adderalljunkie), which gives me a notification, but it also notifies @NonTwitter_Name20 because he was specifically “mentioned” in the twitterverse is well. All parties get a notification on their twitter, and anyone who follows us (friends, family, fans, business friends) can see us all communicating with one another and get onboard with the conversation. Or we can keep it private and DM (direct message) one another, which works exactly like a text, but instead of phone number to phone number, it’s twitter account to twitter account.

I love twitter. It has become a part of me. I hope to get more twitter followers, and discover more interesting twitter accounts to follow to keep me entertained, up-to-date with world news, and socially hip while I’m waisting time in the checkout line of CVS.

To follow me on twitter, click on the picture below. Hope to catch yah on the twitterverse.

-AJ Pof

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