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Francesco Ciulla
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The time my random tweet went viral - episode 1

Welcome to the first episode of RTWV (Random tweet went viral)
And thanks to my friends for participating:

https://twitter.com/FrancescoCiull4
https://twitter.com/catalinmpit
https://twitter.com/StasKlymenko
https://twitter.com/elyktrix
https://twitter.com/natterstefan

This was absolutely random, for me, just to make laugh 10 people or so...



I deleted this tweet twice before posting. I thought I wrote some dumb thing and wasn't sure if anyone will react on it somehow.


Disclaimers are important! They will save you from hordes of people asking where you bought something you don't actually own.



Do you have your RTWV ? Send me on DM on Twitter for the next episode!

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