When words are not enough to express what you want to say, then mentioning YT to anyone will give them the prompt to open and search for a video that you may be referring on the tweet. Just do not forget to include a link at least so that they would have an idea on what is being discussed.
BTW=by the way
This is the perfect line for making an immediate change of topic or subject without being too pushy.
TMI=Too Much Information
Since Twitter has only 140 characters. However, there are a few people that could share so much details in so small of a space. Information overload in social networking sites actually happen when the individual finds it hard to stop disclosing details, even if there is no need to have it shared to others.
Yes, F. Oftentimes, being online on both platforms is considered cool and groovy by other users.
BRB=Be Right Back
This is applicable for those people who are busy or setting aside time for something so important like getting to the bathroom, or eating some chow, etc.
LMAO=Laughing My Ass Off
A more expressive version of laughing being used in the online world, LMAO or LMBO for a cleaner meaning, it suggest that the individual has found a joke, a video, or a message absolutely funny that he cannot just laugh about things sitting still in front of the computer.
LOL=Laugh out Loud
A standard way of showing appreciation for a silly idea, or a funny joke, laugh out loud can be see both as an acronym and an emoticon with a double smile, or with the term LOL. On Twitter, it is used as a way of laughing hard.
当你在网络上发现什么雷人创意或者很搞笑的笑话，大家就会把大笑（laugh out loud）的首字母拼出LOL来，表示自己笑得不行了。
Being used as one of the best ways to expand the number of people reading the next couple of messages from other people, retweeting is a courteous way of sharing details that had been taken from another source.