How to stop being a dick on Twitter

If you’re one of the millions of people who tweet about football, you probably know how to avoid being a jerk online.

But as you’re reading this article, don’t expect your Twitter account to automatically retweet the most offensive posts.

Here’s how to stop yourself being a Twitter jerk.

1.

Use a password Keep a password handy on your Twitter accounts, and it’s easy to remember.

For instance, you can use it for the same reason you use a password to unlock your car keys: if you forget the password, it’s almost certain to be stolen.

Use it to protect yourself.

For example, if you have a password for your Twitter handle, make sure you set it up for only one password.

Otherwise, it could be stolen and you’d lose everything.

2.

Don’t tweet at random people On the surface, Twitter might seem like a good place to troll, but there’s a good chance that you’ll be a dick if you tweet at other people you don’t know.

You’ll be much more likely to get blocked if you’re tweeting at a random person you don