the tweet hereafter

I guess you could say Jamie Forrest and Michael McWatters have a morbid fascination with death. But you have to give them credit, they figured it was inevitable that with all the people using Twitter that some would eventually die. They also figured that among the dead there would be some famous people. Knowing this the duo created The Tweet Hereafter, a collection of last words via twitter.

The site has been around for a year, but only Forrest and McWatters were aware of its existence until now. After olympic runner Oscar Pistorius was charged with murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, Forrest and McWatters decided to take it public.

Sure hope my last words on Twitter something a bit more profound than, "Having Mexican for dinner, sooooo good! #tacobell."


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