So why did Louis C.K. stop putting his thoughts into 140 characters or less? The comedian stopped by SiriusXM’s Opie on Wednesday and chalked it up to a case of Tweeter’s remorse.
Every time I say anything on here I wish I hadn’t said it… Any time I tweeted anything I was like, ‘Ugh I don’t like the way that came out.’ And then four and a half million people saw it! It was the worst things I ever said, heard and seen by the most people. It’s the worst possible scenario.
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