A simple Twitter story will inspire someone to get up and start writing a story about a person who is important to them.
But Twitter is full of other stories that can help inspire you to create your own.
Here are a few to get you started.
A man named Ryan lives in New York City.
He has a passion for cars, and one day while driving down a busy street, he came upon an elderly woman who had stopped at a red light.
He stopped his car and asked her how she was doing.
She said she was fine, but he wanted to go find her.
Ryan asked her if she had ever been in a car accident.
She told him yes.
Ryan then went on to describe the experience, and she said she would love to hear about it.
Ryan drove her home and gave her a big hug.
She smiled and told him how she liked his story.
Ryan said he wanted her to share it with her friends.
He went on Twitter and asked if he could do it.
He said he would send her his story so she could share it, and that if he liked it enough he would write it for her.
Twitter’s Story Rules let you share your story if you are a celebrity, and you must be an “active” follower of the account to have a chance to receive a story.
When you tweet, you must include the hashtag #mystory, so if you want to tweet about a story that’s already been shared on other accounts, you will need to start with #mystoriesstory.
Twitter is also allowing you to tweet from your smartphone to a friend or family member who has a Twitter account, and they will be added to the account.
If you want the story to be read by a specific person, tweet #myfamilymystory.
A story can be read for up to 30 minutes.
The more stories you post, the longer the story will last.
A friend of Ryan’s who has the account tweeted about his story, and he got an amazing response.
She had been reading Ryan’s story for a few minutes when she saw that it had been retweeted over 4,000 times.
She was surprised to see that the story had resonated with people who were reading about Ryan’s accident.
Ryan was grateful that his story had been shared by so many people, and wanted to share his story with others.
He tweeted a link to the story.
As soon as he did that, a woman friend of his tweeted that she was reading his story and asked him to tweet more stories.
He replied that he would do so and added that he was going to give her a link.
The Twitter Story Rules have helped him connect with others on Twitter who have the same story.
Another story, about a man named Robert, is a bit more complicated.
Robert was on his way to his job at a hospital.
He drove down the road in front of him and had his car swerve and crash into another car.
Robert’s wife was driving home and he stopped to talk to her.
As he was talking, his car got stuck in the snow.
Robert told her what happened.
She apologized for what happened and that he had been speeding, but Robert didn’t think that his car had gone straight into the snow, and it had actually been drifting.
When he got home, he posted the story on Twitter, and the story went viral.
Robert tweeted that his wife had written a heartfelt message on his phone that he wanted his story read.
He added that she had written it herself and that it was her story.
She posted the message and wrote, “You did it, Robert.
Thank you for sharing your story with us.”
Twitter’s Stories are also good for getting people to share their own stories on their own social networks.
One friend of mine, who lives in Los Angeles, told me that when he was at a friend’s wedding, he was able to connect with a couple of people who had been through the same accident as he had.
When they talked about what happened, they both shared a story and they both said that it felt great to be able to share the story with someone else.
They also shared a link on Twitter to another friend’s story, which had already been read by other people on Twitter.
The link in the story was to a story written by a woman named Ashley.
She wrote about how she had been driving her car and hit a tree while her friend was inside.
She went to a local emergency room and told the staff what had happened and how she wanted to get help for her injuries.
She then told the emergency room staff that she wanted someone to read her story, but that they didn’t have enough resources to do so.
Twitter Stories can help connect people with other people who share the same experiences, as well as those who share experiences with people in different professions, occupations, and countries.
Twitter has also launched a service called Moments, which allows you to share stories with your