9 ways to describe Twitter in four words
What better way to list them off than with a hashtag of their own?
“It’s what’s happening.”
This is how Twitter describes itself, the tagline it uses to attract people to come and enjoy interactions with others through the attention span-friendly brevity of 140 characters – and perhaps a gif or two.
But how does its users see it? Well, rather fittingly through the medium of a hashtag, we now know. Here’s nine ways to describe Twitter in four words.
Like. Fave. Retweet. Repeat. #TwitterIn4Words— Leanna Renee (@leannuh_renay) October 21, 2017
#TwitterIn4Words— Shawn in Az 🖖🏽🌵 (@CaptainsLog2O18) October 21, 2017
Ruined by Donald Trump
Someone is always awake #TwitterIn4Words— Bensworld (@Benie_ben) October 21, 2017
#TwitterIn4Words— Park the Jeep pump Mobb Deep & just spark the leaf (@SethFromThe716) October 21, 2017
Screw word limits and character limits! Twitter should be unlimited, the perfect way to express yourself to the world with
Kinda like adult daycare #TwitterIn4Words— MikealaSunshine (@Alohababe2011) October 21, 2017
Still no Edit button #TwitterIn4Words— luisa (@itsluisagibson) October 21, 2017