‘Roses are red’: Twitter users put a twist on a Valentine’s classic
Valentine’s Day isn’t a big day for this lot.
It may be the most romantic day of the year, but it seems the internet is feeling a little bitter about Valentine’s.
Twitter users are sharing sad, bad and frankly odd versions of the age-old poem, roses are red, violets are blue.
Not all roses are red.— the dead author (@thedeadauthor) February 14, 2018
If violets were blue,
They wouldn't literally be called "violet".
I am bad at poetry,
But not as bad at botany as you.
Roses are red,— Alex Olney (@Alex_Olney) February 14, 2018
Violets are blue,
Valentine’s Day puts an unnecessary amount of pressure on couples to publicly display their affection when realistically we should be secure enough not to feel compelled by social obligation to do so,
Here is my shoe. pic.twitter.com/eRsehdOhuk
Expert use of gifs was involved…
Roses are red,— GSV Soft Like The Ocean (@biochem_ninja) February 14, 2018
Violets are blue?
Abandon your attachment to society's expectations
Roses are red— Becca↙️↙️↙️ (@braceforwhiskey) February 14, 2018
...oranges have a rind? pic.twitter.com/g3KHaj5rMw
Roses are red— Scavenger's Hoard (@ScavengersHoard) February 14, 2018
Chocolates are yummy
Rose why would you stop me pic.twitter.com/MUgtIdZ2IQ
Some focused on things they love more than people.
Roses are red— Makenzie Daggett (@kenz_daggett) February 14, 2018
But so are light up chopsticks
None of this rhymes
I'm having ramen for dinner❤️🍜
Others wanted to let people know how they felt about the twists on the poem.
Roses are red violets are blue Stop making those poems Cuz they aren’t that good. pic.twitter.com/PLUIIpDK7e— Ashes (@Ashes7203) February 14, 2018
Finally, this tweet had a lesson for all of us.