Every week we search for the most interesting and inane tweets about the Conshohockens, Lafayette Hill and Plymouth Meeting. Here is what we found this week:
@PennDOTNews can you please fix the pot hole on the 76 west bound on ramp in West Conshohocken. I’ve seen flat tires daily because of it. #potholes #pleasefixit
— Mike (@Masscare724) February 14, 2018
8 years ago today: Linda Cohn tries to pronounce Conshohockenhttps://t.co/UCfcY3He6Z
— Drew Davis (@drewdavis71) February 13, 2018
If you can get Arcelor Mittal to reverse there decision to stop rolling steel in Conshohocken Pa facility this August you would be a God Send to the workers here please give it consideration Mr President it’s our jobs at stake.
— Anthony (@47mooreAk) February 12, 2018
The @Sunoco in conshohocken just turned me away bc apparently the minimum wage guy that works there has decide you close at 250, not 3..
— Samantha Cipar (@SamanthaCipar) February 10, 2018
Ridge Ave in Conshy is like driving on the surface of the moon.
— Teckel (@2doxies1) February 14, 2018
No offense but why are conshy’s Christmas lights still up
— michi (@michinobz) February 14, 2018
On gloomy mornings the fog blankets Spring Mill Avenue #Conshy pic.twitter.com/6DekelVzVV
— Karl Schreiter (@karlschreiter) February 11, 2018
Someone in Conshy is shooting off fireworks at 2:20 AM. Come on guys, the Superbowl was last week
— Ozzie All Bees (@poppajawns) February 11, 2018
Celebrating Valentines tonight in Conshy and my girl is passed out drunk at 10pm. #itwasagoodnight
— Nick McGuigan (@NickMcGuigan79) February 11, 2018
Carson you need to visit Lafayette Hill PA (2 miles outside Philadelphia city limits) and hunt down the deer around here.
— (((Laura Kuhn))) (@loudakay) February 14, 2018
The Plymouth Meeting mall is without a doubt the absolute worst mall I’ve ever been to. You know it’s especially shitty when 27% of said mall is covered up by a giant carousel.
— Joey GhostBurger👻🍔 (@GhostBurger97) February 12, 2018
sorry Plymouth Meeting, that was me driving around blasting all too well for three days. don’t worry, I’m leaving now
— mon (@mellloncollie) February 11, 2018
I read Plymouth Meeting was a destination for slaves on the Underground Railroad, which makes sense given its proximity to the Blue Route and Turnpike. #History
— Bonner (@SudsGlenside) February 11, 2018