Tweets of the Week feature everything we can find on Twitter that is funny, irreverent or just plain nonsense about the Conshohockens, Plymouth Meeting and Lafayette Hill. Enjoy, or be horrified, by the Tweets below:
— RMFTsean (@RmftSean) September 24, 2015
— MontgomeryCountyCC (@mccc) September 24, 2015
I hate when people refer to Conshohocken as Conshy. It sounds so disgusting
— Philadorable (@philadorablee) September 24, 2015
@Five_Guys in Conshohocken has the nicest crew ever. I’ve been there an embarrassing amount of times, and have never had a bad experience
— JerryInSpace (@jerryinspaaace) September 24, 2015
Connaughtown is quickly becoming the suburb of Conshohocken
— OldMansionHouse (@OldMansionHouse) September 22, 2015
— Andrew Muszynski (@AndrewMuszynski) September 21, 2015
Is the Pope here already? Because Traffic in Conshohocken has been unnecessary.
— Scott Paul (@NotScottGreenly) September 21, 2015
Final thought of the night: I drank something called the Conshohocken Harbinger tonight. That is all.
— Sam Natalini (@Samthrax91) September 20, 2015
— Joy Herrmann (@joyouslynne) September 25, 2015
— joan raskiewicz (@MommaRazz66) September 25, 2015
Traffic in Conshy ugh pic.twitter.com/entq24QJOz
— Ashley Hartnett (@Crayhartdesigns) September 24, 2015
— Coach Flans (@TheFlanchise) September 24, 2015
I love visiting my family in #Conshy but amazed how much it has changed, some for the better and some for the worse. Nothing stays the same
— Jennifer Magie (@pacitytncountry) September 23, 2015
Ima just start popping off on these conshy bitches 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
— BB (@brittney_miles) September 22, 2015
When I hear everyone talk about how bad traffic, gas, and rent prices are in Conshy, I’m kind of glad I moved elsewhere in the county.
— Renee DeCoskey (@writingrenee) September 20, 2015
Conshy I love you and don’t ever want to leavee
— Brittany Schwartz (@Britttle) September 19, 2015
I just want to be in conshy.
— Christina (@cwalskk) September 18, 2015
Sean Penn sues ‘Empire’ director Lee Daniels for comparing him to Lafayette Hill-based actor Terrence Howard: http://t.co/PSmBTkaOT6
— Philly Mag Ticket (@PhillyMagTicket) September 22, 2015
Went to the Plymouth Meeting Mall, tried on a pair of shoes at Macy’s, got a bug bite on my foot.
— Margo Keinard (@margokissy) September 21, 2015