Alec: Normal style of writing. Conversational, but still with a sense of formality. His mood usually is directly related to the comments he’s making, but not always in an obvious way.
“Just finally caught up with The Hunt. Stunning. Mads is still so under-utilized in America.”
“It’s so quiet here now. #5Days”
“Out a roommate, anyone have any quick ideas to make cash? #$ellYourBody”
“If I didn’t procrastinate all the time, I’d probably be a pretty productive human being.”
“The amount of people I’ve met who have never seen Singin’ in the Rain is frightening.”
“We all make mistakes. Some pay more than others, it seems.”
Tyler: Avoid capitalization unless he really wants the emphasis. Breaks line by line for each thought. Mostly speaks about his problems with society.
“another gucci ad sprayed all over downtown
another standard set for hundreds”
“open your mind
lose you inhibitions
L I V E”
“city hall might be on fire
this town might be better off without it”
“TV commercial car billboards computer ads movies product placement
buy buy buy sell sell sell buy buy buy”
“the roof over your head is the biggest gift you have
and you don’t even really need that”
Ricky: Mostly tweets pictures or videos of seemingly normal things with some form of the word ‘beautiful’ attached. The man is obsessed with beauty in the world.
“Destruction. Beautiful. http://bossip.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/trashpile.jpg”
“Mother Nature’s beauty. http://www.sevacall.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/iStock_000013883000XSmall.jpg”
“Unintended but amazing. http://campwander.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Scrape.jpg”
Patrick: Short sentences. Very direct and opinionated. Reflect his materialistic and narcissistic views.
“Downtown. Hit my cell but I’m probably busy.”
“5 new tailored suits from Smith’s on 9th. Quality is the best I’ve seen outside of Europe.”
“Lobster is the cockroach of the sea. Overrated by yuppies.”
“Watch where you’re walking. Filthy people. Don’t touch me with your off-brand leather gloves.”
“Limo service in this city is second-rate. Maybe even third.”
“Rafael’s pulled out a table for me. Food was stunning. Wine pairing cost more than most salaries.”
“Making conversation with man at bank. I just want to punch his face.”