After months of touring, divorce rumors, the MTV Video Music Awards, more divorce rumors, and so many damn divorce rumors, it all comes to this. Saturday at 9 p.m., HBO is premiering Beyoncé and Jay Z's "On the Run Tour" concert film. And if history is any indication, it will break Twitter in half with proclamations of "YAAAAAASSS" and "WERK" and "FLAWLESS." It will be so great, and yet also so very, very much.
Generally, I'm against telling people how to tweet unless they are either A) public figures with large followings, meaning they wield an abnormally high level of influence, or B) actively and directly judging others for how they tweet. Otherwise, we all use Twitter differently, and overthinking it feels like wasted energy. But live-tweeting is a slightly different game, because you're not just tweeting for yourself. You're taking part in a much larger conversation.
We've talked about how to live-tweet before – specifically, during Scandal – but during a Beyoncé concert, Twitter is especially active. (As we were reminded during her VMAs performance.) With so many people tweeting, you're bound to think of the same ideas. Here are some tips to stand out in the sea of opinions.