It's only January 6, so it's still too early for #busyseasonproblems, but it won't be long. No, it won't be long.
Personally, my main concern is that if Twitter goes to 10,000 characters, the details of #busyseasonproblems will become too much to endure and the whole thing will spiral into a loquacious kvetchfest. Basically #busyseasonproblems on Facebook (God forbid).
Anyway, here's to the last (probably) #busyseason of 140 characters. Better make it a good one.
— Crystal G. Knight (@CKnightCPA) January 6, 2016
— Mindy Belote (@mindy_belote) January 6, 2016
Time to piss away the next 4 months of my life #busyseason
— Ryan Harvey (@RHARVEY20) January 6, 2016
More angsha days to come…. #BusySeason
— It's me, Janelle (@Kimthegreat23) January 6, 2016
100 days of toil begins today. #busyseason
— GDB (@GDCorporation) January 6, 2016
Welcome to #busyseason. May the odds be ever in your favor
— Dave Rieth (@dcrieth) January 4, 2016
— John Watts (@JWatts955) January 4, 2016
December 31st: aka National get your haircut and oil changed for last time before 4/15 Day for accountants all over the world. #BusySeason
— Ryan Ray (@Ryan_Ray33) December 31, 2015