At the end of a tumultuous election cycle, the twittersphere happily turned to lighter issues, such as the hashtag #tweetyour16yearoldself. Twitter lectured its past self and waxed nostalgic in 140 characters. Here's a few choice clippings for your perusal.
Wonk Room editor Matt Duss plots against the football team
Your guitar skills will empower you to mock jocks in ways you can't imagine. Practice harder. #tweetyour16yearoldself
Slate's John Dickerson found a hidden artifact years later
The mixtape is under the passenger seat #tweetyour16yearoldself
Politico's Kevin Madden reproaches his teenage style
Dude. Lose the jean jacket. At the very least, roll the sleeves down. #tweetyour16yearoldself
Human Events' John Hayward sees a payoff in his future
#tweetyour16yearoldself Write a novel about a boy wizard learning magic at an old British boarding school.
The National Review's Jonah Goldberg now knows the things he should not mix
Bourbon, Tab, vodka, sherry, O.J. and beer are not the ingredients of a "grown-up" drink, even with an umbrella. #tweetyour16yearoldself