Yes, throughout the ages there have been twits.  I take you back to trials of World War II, when Commander Matt Sherman of the USS Sea Tiger had his own Twitfall moment.  You see Commander Sherman was the skipper of a submarine.  And they ran out of toilet paper.  It’s not exactly a reuseable resource, so he ordered some more.  And he got a letter back from command stating they couldn’t identify what it was he was trying to order.  So he sent back a sample, and wrote them a little letter.  And making the best of the situation, the crew used all the extra paperwork command was sending for a more immediate purpose.  I salute you Commander Sherman, way to handle the shi…twits!

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"Twits in History" by was published on December 26th, 2006 and is listed in Assorted Twits, Work.

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