Coming off his latest failure to gain membership to the Computer Science Club (CSC), CS major Aron Crisp admitted that CS has officially turned him into a twit. The realization came for the first time yesterday afternoon amidst intense deliberation over what he has to do to get into the CSC.
"I need to stop being a twit." lamented Crisp. "I can't remember the last time I wasn't a twit. It's been such a gradual change I didn't even realize it."
Crisp's peers commented on the drastic change from his non-twit personality of yesteryear. "Now that I think about it, it's difficult to imagine Aron as a non-twit," said one friend. "He's just been complaining about IRC, CGI, XML, and the benefits of C++ over Java for so long, I think we've lost all of Aron to twitdom," continued another friend.
Still, Crisp holds that he was not a twit before entering the Computer Science program at Waterloo and provides his yearbook as proof. "Look! I was head of the swim-club, the outer's club, captain of the hockey team, and I was even Valedictorian," explains Crisp. "I swear I wasn't a twit!"
Crisp, having been in the CS program for four years, claims the realization took him by surprise. "You know, when you're surrounded by hundreds of other twits every day, you sort of lose perspective."
The CSC contends that Crisp's rejection has nothing to do with being a twit but is due to Crisp's lack of social skills. Crisp's rudeness was demonstrated during his initial application interview with the CSC. Upon entering the office, he began to openly criticize the window managers in use on the CSC's terminals. Crisp's tirade became so furious that security was eventually called to remove him from the office.
Crisp's next application for entry to the CSC will take place next term. Until then, Crisp plans to work on un-twitting himself through various acts of good hygiene and hyper-activity. Crisp states that he'll fit his new un-twit program in between games of Quake III and flaming lamers on newsgroups.