@MeetingBoy: A guy on the elevator had 2 suitcases and a backpack. Either he’s going on a long business trip, or moving into his office.
@TKE_Americas: Did you know: The maximum altitude that one cable-hoisted elevator can achieve is 1700 feet. (via http://ElevatorHistory.net )
@Hanshaaappp: HOW TO SCARE PEOPLE IN AN ELEVATOR: pull out a picture of yourself and ask them “have you seen this person?”..
@Blarebare: A smart way to continue being the only person on your elevator is to bark loudly whenever the doors open on another floor.
@FactUP: 16% of workers admitted to purposely closing the elevator door when they saw someone approaching.
@AwkwardJim: Gets off elevator at the wrong floor. Keeps walking as if the right floor.
@YOSushi: Well, that escalated quickly. (Well, what else would you expect from a 3 ft escalator…) pic.twitter.com/zrLDEwti
@qwertykyle: I love when you’re in the lobby of a hotel elevator and someone asks if you’re going up… No I’m going to the basement.
@SeanFitz_Gerald: Terrifying Mascot Update: It is waiting for the elevator. Possibly to devour souls on another floor. More to come … pic.twitter.com/LtSG3uUmmM
@utau_Kanochi: If there’s a stairway to heaven, there’s an elevator too right? An escalator? No? Well then…
@OtisElevatorCo: Ever wonder how the elevator machine gets to the top of the building? http://bit.ly/WUPOWt
@WTCProgress: One WTC has some of the world’s largest elevator motors tipping in at 50,000 pounds each. pic.twitter.com/diWo8XeW
@TerryWAyers: Sign in elevator – in case of fire please leave building before you Tweet about it. Great social media terms article. http://www.rab.com/public/rst/article.cfm?article=2&id=2670&view=email …
@GWRnews: (Dan) Joey Kelly here climbed up an exhausting 50,085 descending escalator stairs in 24 hours! – http://ow.ly/i/1rvTz
@CNNMoney: Check out this $39 million yacht with a an elevator that takes guests to four living levels. http://cnnmon.ie/VEvigK