Now that we've given you the definition of a subtweet and taught you how to subtweet, it's time to get to some subtweeting examples.
Subtweeting can be done in a number of ways.
You have your subtle subtweets....
|Depending on the number of people she dates [which by the looks of |
things isn't many] she could potentially be tweeting about anyone.
|Okay, so she's definitely talking about one of her friends, but which one?|
Unless the person who thinks he/she/it is being subtweeted about stalks the
followers list, he/she/it won't know that the subtweet is about him/her/it
|This is where things start to get dirty. This twitter user is calling out those who subtweet her|
by subtweeting. It certainly is a vicious cycle.
And your downright vicious subtweets...
As mentioned in previous articles, there is an art to subtweeting. If done correctly, one may be viewed as a comical, or even sage twitter user. However, if abused, a twitter user would appear to be an overly passive aggressive individual incapable of expressing his/her/its true feelings to whomever is being subtweeted.