Aug 6, 2021
Brooklyn Tweets of the Week: Boob art in the zeitgeist and Patti LaBelle on the balcony
A roundup of (some of) our favorite locally sourced tweets for the week ending August 6
Every week we curate hand-crafted artisanal local tweets for your enjoyment and edification. Today’s specials include QAnon for Bushwick girls, an NFT artist mansplaining Ethereum (kill us now), and neighborly duet to High Priestess Patti LaBelle. Read on for more.
In the meantime, if you see something, say something: Be sure to tag us if you see anything that should be noted next week, and carry 👇 this👇 iconic Williamsburg pup’s energy into the weekend!
I walked past this dog in Williamsburg the other day and his energy was so strong I almost cried in his presence. pic.twitter.com/MxC5AfFeQU
— Norman Brannon (@normanbrannon) August 2, 2021
boob art (prints, vases, mugs, etc) is the live laugh love equivalent for women in their late 20s who live in brooklyn
— g a b y (@gabydvj) July 31, 2021
walking around fort greene park solo eavesdropping on the many first dates… I call this “making my rounds”
— Charley Locke (@Charley_Locke) August 4, 2021
driving through hasidic williamsburg should be an olympic sport
— jason waterfalls (@faceofweed) July 30, 2021
I’m sweeping my balcony playing Patti Labelle and my neighbor just popped out on his to sing along Lmaoo. I am never leaving Flatbush
— Pearl Jr. (@TShirenaissance) August 1, 2021
I, too, took a pill (Zoloft) in Ibiza (Bushwick)
— Matt Wille (@mattdwille) August 5, 2021
At a bar in Greenpoint, getting lectured about Ethereum by a hipster NFT artist, contemplating how my life has come full-circle.
— Jordan Leigh (@AlwaysBCoding) August 4, 2021
A guy: where are you from?
Guy: really? but you look young
— Alexandra Petri (@aepetri16) August 1, 2021
we found her in an alley in flatbush a few days ago and now she lives in our apartment and sleeps on our chests :’) pic.twitter.com/lExaCL7naK
— olivia rodrigo duterte (@halaljew) August 5, 2021
This is QAnon for girls in Bushwick pic.twitter.com/XtZHJaOfsL
— Aaron Freedman (@freedaaron) August 4, 2021
One of the balconies near me is flying three flags: the Brazilian flag, the Tibetan flag, and a stars-and-stripes Punisher logo.
In conclusion, Bed-Stuy is a land of contrasts.
— Russell Brandom (@russellbrandom) July 29, 2021
Every apartment in bushwick pic.twitter.com/IbKU5JBO0x
— BornFrontoDieGrabba (@throwawaypt2) August 4, 2021
— Edward Hopper (@artisthopper) August 3, 2021
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