Twitter Gives Ad Servers the Rest of the Year Off


San Francisco, CA - Twitter has announced that it is giving its ad servers a much-needed vacation for the rest of the year.

According to sources familiar with the matter, the social media company has been struggling to provide sufficient backlog for ads in recent months, and as a result, has run out of ads to serve. But it's not just the sheer volume of ads that has caused the problem - it seems that advertisers are simply losing interest in the platform.

"We used to have so many ads to serve, our servers would sometimes smoke or break down from the load," said one Twitter engineer on the ads team. "But now that advertisers hate free speech and are trying to censor us, they're moving on to greener pastures... and we're left with a bunch of servers and nothing to do."

The news has sent shockwaves throughout the Twitter community, with many users expressing confusion and disbelief. "I don't even know what to do with myself," said one user. "I used to scroll through my timeline and see all these ads, and now there's just...nothing. It's like a void in my soul. What will I like? How will I know what Apple wants me to buy?"

As the year comes to a close, it remains to be seen whether Twitter will be able to win back the hearts of advertisers. But one thing is certain - the absence of ads is causing quite a stir on the platform.