With the international break in full swing, many players have gone a little quiet of late as they concentrate on getting results for their respective nations in the next few days.
However, those who have missed out on the action due to injury or, to be frank, not being good enough have been keeping themselves entertained in the most unusual ways.
Rollercoasters, gigs and computer games are just some of the ways our favourite Premier League stars have avoided boredom in this edition of Word on the Tweet...
"Thorpe park today!"
Nathan Dyer remains unconcerned over missing out on the England squad as he takes a trip to a popular theme park.
"Can I get on the rides? Height restrictions? Banter is poor from u lot!"
Good luck with getting on those rollercoasters though, Nathan. We're sure you will enjoy the thrills of the teacups anyway.
"Went to watch High Flying Birds last night"
Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan illustrates that the Manchester/Liverpool rivalry has not got out of hand just yet, as he watches Noel Gallagher's latest band in concert.
"Up earlier than I wanted....a stroll to the cafe to get some breakfast and a look at the papers I think *on the ipad obviously*! #SwipeSwipe"
Rio Ferdinand here showing that newspapers truly are in crisis. Well, the finger-staining ink and paper version anyway.
"Wishing my welsh team mates the best of luck for tonight I know they can do it!!."
Injured Wales midfielder Joe Ledley sends good vibes to his team-mates ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Belgium in Cardiff on Thursday night.
"Anyway 10 out of 10 for the new fifa 13 Game play so much better , players making more intelligent runs , keepers are better !"
Sheffield Wednesday striker Jay Bothroyd turns his hand to computer game reviewing in his spare time it seems.
"Happy independence day of Brazil to all Brazilians. Have a great holiday and careful on the roads."
Liverpool midfielder Lucas is getting all patriotic during another extended break from action due to injury.
"Step Brothers film!!!"
Whilst Adam Le Fondre does little to quell the stereotype about footballers by typing this abomination of a sentence into Twitter.