The Funniest Tweets to Come Out of #DescribeSocialMediaBadly
Social media — it’s awfully wonderful and wonderfully awful, all at once.
It’s the “wonderfully awful” part that has Twitter in a twitter right now, thanks to the hashtag #DescribeSocialMediaBadly, which was trending on Wednesday (Apr. 12).
Social media brings people from all over the world together, which is great. But it’s also terrible because, well, it brings people from all over the world together — and if you’ve ever been on a thread about anything divisive, then you know you can be going down a rabbit hole of rudeness and rage, the likes of which you’d probably never experience face to face.
Don’t believe it? Go look at a Facebook chain about Donald Trump. You’re gonna need a shower after you finish, assuming you have the stomach to make it to the end.
But that’s part of the appeal of social media, isn’t it? You can hide behind an avatar and just berate people for having the audacity to have opinions that differ from yours.
Take a look at some of the most hilarious tweets in which people attempt to #DescribeSocialMediaBadly. We think you’re going to relate more than just a few of these.
— Cameron Grant (@coolcam101) April 12, 2017
— ᙏIKᙓ ᒪITOᖇIᔕ (@SkippyMcGizzard) April 12, 2017
If i think differently than you then i will swear at you and call you a bunch of insults then block you, cos adult#DescribeSocialMediaBadly
— A Frikkin Hashtag (@AFrikkinHashtag) April 12, 2017
A place where you get into a fight whether you want one or not #DescribeSocialMediaBadly
— That Pesky Liberal (@ZacharySGrigley) April 12, 2017
Lile high school all over again but now being popular depends on the number of followers you have
— TunisCat (@luvsousseandfam) April 12, 2017
No one cares what you think, but tell them anyway. #DescribeSocialMediaBadly
— Elizabeth Beales (@LizBeales) April 12, 2017
Best place for people who are not social in real life #DescribeSocialMediaBadly
— Jimish (@jimishbathia) April 12, 2017
Completely sane conversations with strangers.#DescribeSocialMediaBadly
— Paul Schofield (@schofey27) April 12, 2017
Expressing yourself to nearly 6 billion people, but then being ignored by nearly all 6 billion of them.#DescribeSocialMediaBadly
— Stephen Hryniewicz (@HryniewiczS) April 12, 2017
Facebook : Kids act like kids
Twitter : Adults act like kids
— Andrew (@1andrewfenton) April 12, 2017
A high school hallway without the actual human contact #DescribeSocialMediaBadly
— John Kilby (@TheKilbyJoke) April 12, 2017
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