So you've gone and gotten yourself a Twitter account. Congratulations. Here's hoping that you and your 140-character messages make many happy memories in the weeks, months and years to come.
As you find yourself adapting to everyday life in the Twitter universe, you may begin to notice that something's missing. Something substantial. It's a hollow, unpleasant feeling, the kind of thing that eats away at you for hours on end but you have no idea why.
You need not search for the answer any longer. The missing piece to your Twitter-related happiness is one harmonious page that aggregates all of your favorite Olympians' tweets into one convenient (and entertaining) location. It is NBCOlympics.com's "Tweet Sheet," the place you can (and should) go to learn what goes on in the everyday life of an Olympian.
For instance, if you had checked in on a random Friday in late January, you may have learned that:
Just another day in the lives of Olympians, as seen through the eyes of the all-knowing hub of random insight and oddity known as the Tweet Sheet.
Twitter-related happiness is one harmonious page that aggregates all of your favorite Olympians' tweets into one convenient location -- NBCOlympics.com's "Tweet Sheet."
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