Almost every week we scroll through Twitter looking for the most interesting, or inane, Tweets about the Conshohocken, Plymouth Meeting and Lafayette Hill area. Below are the best (or what could be considered the worst):
— Lee Florida (@LeeFlorida) March 12, 2015
@SEPTA_SOCIAL thanks for the follow, can we get some extra parking at Conshohocken station?
— michael r. abrams (@mra99) March 11, 2015
When you get from Conshohocken to Springfield in 16 minutes and only piss off two people that's a record
— M (@noblittmichelle) March 11, 2015
Apparently all of conshohocken walks their dog at 12:30. Could hardly sneak in some cardio at this park up the street
— Dragon Ball T (@BlackShine19) March 11, 2015
Final row in conshohocken. Heading back to lower schuylkill for rest of spring break. Got around 35 miles in conshy pic.twitter.com/9WYxozdAy9
— SJU Hawks WRowing (@SJUHawks_WRow) March 10, 2015
To all the babes still stuck in conshohocken: I'm sorry you have to deal with the guys we graduated with
— alina (@linahansberry) March 8, 2015
Why is there always traffic in conshohocken?!
— Caitlynn (@CupCait28) March 7, 2015
Yayyyyyy Conshohocken traffic time!
— Jordan Taylor (@JMTaylor12) March 6, 2015
— iSoFunnyGirl (@iSoFunnyGirl) March 12, 2015
Good news: beautiful run outside. Bad news: Conshy water treatment plant already smells horrid. #RunningProblems
— Rebecca Custer (@rebs1977) March 11, 2015
Two men are outside of wawa reading a map, a fucking map to get around Conshy.
— Kay CEE (@KayCeeSunshine) March 11, 2015
New goal: hovercraft attachment for my Jeep so I can hover over the water of the Schuylkill home to Conshy instead of sit on the expressway.
— Jake Borer (@jborer8) March 10, 2015
I hate when I be at plymouth meeting mall because I see white people & they be letting their kids walk far behind them without looking back
— ✨Unique✨ (@Dangerr___) March 12, 2015
Didn't realize how much I missed my coworkers back home I've had the best memories back at plymouth meeting.
— Becca Inman (@B_I_Nman) March 9, 2015
heading to the plymouth meeting mall for no reason other than i'd like an auntie anne's pretzel right now
— Dan, from the Web (@sharpalright) March 8, 2015