Elon Musk tweeted, “At least 50% of my tweets were made on a porcelain throne”

The Chief Executive Officer of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk has now become a Twitter darling. He never fails to surprise his audience with his humor and hilarious tweets. He stays in spotlight with his act of engaging with his millions of followers worldwide and also sometimes trolling different people with his controversial jokes.

He has now tweeted making fun of his own tweets, maybe accepting that most of his tweets are jokes and he does not put much thought in them. He has tweeted today, “At least 50% of my tweets were made on a porcelain throne.” He is maybe pointing to the fact that almost half of his tweets are nonsense and are just made to annoy someone or to make his followers laugh.

A porcelain throne, in literal, is a fancy name for a toilet. The word is derived from the material used in making toilets which is porcelain and throne represents that royal seat of a king or queen. He is actually referring to the fancy thoughts he gets while he is sitting in his toilet. Musk further claimed that it soothes him to tweet from his toilet.

There is no dull moment on the richest man of the world’s Twitter page. He is constantly sharing updates and latest news of his firms and “Musk Effect” is massive. A single tweet from him can usually move market trends and lift the profile of many unknown organizations doing impactful work.




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