The agony would be shorter. ;-)
I use it to post the occasional picture from one of my bike-rides.
As I said, one of the plus-sides is that I don't need a FB login.
The moment they're sold to FB, I'm out.
Ah - well, it was nice while it lasted (given I follow very few people and as such see very few drivel in my newsfeed - can't imagine what it's like following somebody with a million followers).
Somebody pointed out some time ago that WhatsApp "serves" a billion customers with 50-ish people (and around 50 (very, very big) servers), while Twitter needs 5000-ish people and much more servers to serve 100 million (or 200 million, I have no idea) - a bit of a skewed comparison, due to the underlying mechanics of the different services (also pointed out in the same tweet that WhatsApp runs Erlang on FreeBSD while Twitter runs Java on Linux...) - but the underlying argument is sound, IMO.
Instead of adding features (that people don't use), they should maybe look into cutting it back to the basics and run it with a team of 50 people (and 50-100 servers). They'd probably be profitable in a couple of quarters.