Twitter semantics

Do you say “I had a great time at @venue last night”, or “I had a great time @venue last night”?

In other words, does the ‘@’ negate the need for writing ‘at’ before it?

It’s a silent @

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I just make sure I have a shit time everywhere I go to avoid this conundrum.

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Agreed. But when you run out of characters it can be tempting to use it as a hard ‘at’. I try not to though.

Cool.

#hmmmmmm…interesting

oh…

Jesus Christ calm down

This thread has not been designated as interesting.

Is this a thread you had saved from before you were banned for a few years, it has that feel about it.

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Do you say “I had a shit time at @venue last night”, or “I had a shit time @venue last night”?
In other words, does the ‘@’ negate the need for writing ‘at’ before it?

Always include the “at”.

it definitely depends on whether or not I have a spare three characters,

Tw@t

*Tw@

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