Word on the Tweet: Gareth Bale gives an early apology to Harry Redknapp as Noel Hunt puts his head in a bin

Also, Gary Lineker is forced to cope with waxy build-up in his famously oversized ears whilst Wilfried Zaha reveals that there is actually a downside to life on the road
Another day, another series of meaningless contributions to social network Twitter from our favourite Premier League stars.

This edition features plenty of build-up to Tottenham's clash with QPR - or the Andre Villas-Boas v Redknapp mega battle, as it should be known - though, of course, the likes of Noel Hunt and Wilfried Zaha are focused on more pressing matters.

Inane fun or a worrying lack of self awareness? You decide in Friday's Word on the Tweet...

"Head in is the bin after that last session I fell like giving up all together #Cod"
Reading striker Noel Hunt is having real trouble with the latest war-themed computer game. You weren't there, man.

"It amazes me that so many people hate me on here but still follow me to see what Im up to. Is your life that bad you follow someone you hate"
Error-prone Sunderland defender Titus Bramble lashes out at his 'haters'. You tell 'em, Titus.

"Great accolade for Andre Villas-Boas. December manager of the month. Answering the doubters. Adds spice to tomorrow's game. Harry v AVB"
Former Tottenham star Gary Lineker is excited about the prospect of Andre Villas-Boas proving Harry Redknapp wrong over his recent "dope" jibes.

"Another important London derby match for us tomorrow. We've got to keep the winning run going #sorryharry"
Another man looking forward to Spurs' meeting with QPR is Gareth Bale. The Welshman seems somewhat reluctant to inflict defeat on his former boss, though.

"Going to the toilet on a moving coach #stress"
Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha shows us that the jetset lifestyle of a professional footballer is not always glamourous.

"I'm late this morning, FML! That's a massive fine for me. Not a happy bunny."
Carlton Cole is preparing to have the book thrown at him by notoriously strict West Ham manager Sam Allardyce.

"Dad and daughter were out to see Peter Pan at the Opera House in Manchester. @DavidHasselhoff let the crew know, the show was brilliant!"
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is in decidedly less angry company, however, having taken his daughter to see David Hasselhoff's latest panto offering.

"Not hearing so well. Thinking of getting my ears waxed. Should keep us well supplied with candles for a couple of years."
And here's Lineker to round things off in rather disgusting fashion. Thanks Gary.