We looked inside some of the tweets by @minglis and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
It’s all spills and thrills as daring Sri Lankan tuk tuk drivers put their three-wheeled vehicles to the test in a grueling course through city streets and off-road jungle terrain https://t.co/rtF8ci1Qvd
Such an amazing story by @lucywatsonitv - 5-year-old Tony Hudgell, whose legs were amputated after being abused by his birth parents, has completed his 10km sponsored walk. He's raised an astonishing £1 million for @EvelinaLondon, the hospital that helped him. @paula_hudgell https://t.co/FYsrrbwcVQ
think I’ve got something in my eye https://t.co/hEqnEbZbwJ
Browsing the property ladder. Wonder if this one comes with the stuffed penguin. https://t.co/1fPkErLT98
Made something to spice up lockdown. https://t.co/13Dv8oM5Sl
In Budapest they are took the old statues and put them all in a park. https://t.co/m8Sh1Sbn1P “This park is not about the statues or the sculptors, but a critique of the ideology that used these statues as symbols of authority.” Ákos Eleőd, architect.
Looks like Judes vegan chocolate brownie ice cream has gone down well. https://t.co/hOCSf09hwZ
The School of Athens https://t.co/mnVilpyYQt
👉🏻 “War Stories: Jordan Mechner on Making Prince of Persia (ArsTechnica)” 🔗 https://t.co/PEZSj7iYrX
it’s called parenting, look it up https://t.co/SbkLCC3sfA