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:
we opened another office in conshohoken in the past 6 months and now a bunch of people in my office call it ‘conshy’ as if it’s their old stomping grounds or the extra syllables would kill them
— Lizzie Helsel (@LizzieHelsel) April 24, 2018
"The neighborhood sure has changed alot" – me everytime I come back to Conshy
— él CHACO (@tatsdownmySTEVE) April 22, 2018
I love Conshohocken
— alexa (@exspillane) April 27, 2018
is it the one in conshohocken because oops
— collin mehalick (@collin) April 25, 2018
I wanna live in conshohocken so bad
— CarlieAnne🖤 (@getoutmeCARlie) April 22, 2018
Random dude drovw by and yelled, "go brewers!" At me on my walk today in Conshohocken. Hope he saw that
— Mark Antanasio (@RealTimcy) April 22, 2018
The streets of Conshohocken are VERY obviously celebrating 4/20 still 😂
— Erika (@imlere) April 21, 2018
Please remind me to never step foot in Conshohocken EVER again
— JMillz (@Jmilllzzz) April 20, 2018
#fox29goodday talking about a coyote in center city and reference coyote crossing in conshy… come on out to conshy y’all and enjoy a great restaurant!
— Jon (@jonbandish) April 26, 2018
So who from Conshy/ Plymouth Meeting still there from the class of 2014?
— OH MA GOD, WOW! (@tende_rhoni) April 25, 2018
The traffic in Conshy makes me wanna take a razor scooter to the ankle
— Sam (@sam_scelsixO) April 24, 2018
I feel like this is a discourse I can’t get behind and conshy Dunkin’ is better
— Katie DeMedio (@Katie_DeMedio35) April 24, 2018
Little Sixers fan hoping for a game 5 win from Lafayette Hill @NBCSPhilly pic.twitter.com/DxFTMJcw9y
— Willy Fruce (@willyfruce) April 24, 2018
Got a job at the Plymouth Meeting Mall, running the carousel! Yay making children happy and not barf!
— Stephanie Schgier (@McPorkchop87) April 27, 2018
@saladworks accidentally just got a salad with romaine in it from one of your locations in Plymouth Meeting, PA. Does your romaine come from Yuma, AZ?
— Keaton Juergens (@KJJuergens) April 25, 2018