AOL: You are country music's most notorious Tweeter. Do you feel like there's a big expectation for you to be funny every single day?
Shelton: Yeah. It's amazing how I'll wake up in the mornings and see what time it is and push the Twitter button on my phone and people will be already writing on there, 'Come on, write something. Don't be a jackass. I'm at work and I'm bored' ... or, 'When are you going to write something this morning?' And then I'm going, 'Alright, let me think for a minute. Did I throw up? I threw up in my bed. I'll write that. They'll think that's funny.' And then you end up just writing crazy things. I quit for about three months. It was just wearing me out to try to think of stuff all the time. The record company talked me to getting back on it for the ACM Awards earlier this year and just to say hi to the fans and there I was right back in it again. I probably got another delete period coming up here soon ... Probably [during] deer season and to gather some new sick jokes to tell people.
-- Melinda Newman