Hello. Hi. How are you? It's been a fortnight since the last edition of Tweets of the Week. What have you done since then? What have Reading done since then? Well, they've beaten Charlton, drawn to Rotherham and thrown away a two-goal lead at Craven Cottage.
As you can imagine, Twitter has gone a bit nuts.
'Ere we go...
Let's start with this sad one. A young Reading fan lost his life to cancer. So we rallied together.
The man of #BushWatch fame is now trying to convert his flatmates.
Congratulations to the Reading FC Ladies. Fantastic.
A fire emoji from former GetReading reporter? He's obviously hung out with #flames Jemba Karacan too often.
Kevin Doyle follows The Tilehurst End on Twitter. So we shove this in his face.
Nick Blackman scores that goal.
I've not watched Back To The Future, so this day passed me by. It didn't for these guys.
@charles_watts I'd go back to last season's FA Cup game against Derby, to stop Yakubu scoring, and to save my as-yet-unborn son's dignity.— Jacob South Klein (@JacobSouthKlein) October 21, 2015
Yes, yes it is.
For those of you that are either not iOS 9.1 or Apple… pic.twitter.com/0ts5t9ZJ8Q— Hoops (@RoyalHoops) October 22, 2015
What would happen if Sigurdsson and Gunter had a child? This.
@RoyalHoops Mourinho Clarke?— Jonny Williams (@jonnafon) October 24, 2015
LOOK HOW POSITIVE WE WERE.
How good was that first touch from Vydra to play in Piazon, football porn! #ReadingFC— Jamie Harden (@MrCompo) October 24, 2015
Very good half. Sá, Piazon and Vydra are linking up absolutely brilliantly. More of the same, please. #readingfc— Talk Reading (@TalkReading) October 24, 2015
GOSH DARN IT.
Quite the collapse from Reading at Fulham... They were 2-0 up! pic.twitter.com/K3XTttTFBV— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) October 24, 2015
"Lads, its official. I've been sacked. You're playing to impress the new manager."- Kit Symons, 2015 https://t.co/ZGoEjtCQ1B— Will (@ten_centpistol) October 24, 2015
Feel sorry for those un4-2nate enough to have gone to Fulham— JF (@James_FIynn) October 24, 2015
Rumors across Twitter that Scott Parker has taken over for Kit Symons as Fulham manager at halftime. Not a joke tweet.— Kyle Bonn (@the_bonnfire) October 24, 2015
It was a bad weekend for everyone associated with Reading, apparently.
Brilliant from Scott Brown as he drives to the byline and hammers the ball in off Aaron Kuhl to make it 5-0!!!— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) October 25, 2015
Your weekly(ish) dose of NOSTALGIA.
Throwback to the time Tom Huddlestone took four defenders out of the game without even touching the ball. pic.twitter.com/ksbCDSGsiI— Sunday League (@SundayShoutsFC) October 27, 2015
That's your lot.
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