Over the years as the use of Twitter has increased, the impact it creates in one’s life has also increased.
It has now even reached a point that it has started working as the “new matchmaker” for many, as it has become a platform where many people actually met, dated and even married.
While over the days this has become common knowledge for many, hashtag #WeMetOnTwitter has also started trending.
Under this hashtag, many Twitter couples shared their personal stories via snapshots, so as to show how they met via Twitter and how their life since then has changed.
— hannah (@TribalSpaceCat) February 15, 2017
— bry🥀 (@babyybry) February 16, 2017
While some users captured their true feelings in these tweets and shared it on Twitter,
— bribri✨ (@SkinnyGalBri) February 15, 2017
— caitlin (@CaitlinnnnM) February 15, 2017
— yanie (@____Ayanna) February 16, 2017
Twitter itself though is an infamous place as its ruthlessness, and its a place where many users become vindictive and use it as a means for trolling, sarcasm.
Thus, it was the same situation that this hashtag faced and soon people, who were mostly single, started using it to troll other users.
Here is what happened…
I need to find out what app all these #WeMetOnTwitter people using because obviously we not using the same one
— LeggStar (@kezdoe) February 16, 2017
— steaksauce 🙄 (@breeeyona) February 15, 2017
— Vanessa☘️ (@WeezyyV) February 15, 2017
— ❄️ (@anasmhmaadd) February 16, 2017
— Obamakuh (@INeedja_Kadeeja) February 15, 2017
#WeMetOnTwitter and blocked each other. 🤗
— وردہ (@WardaDotDot) February 17, 2017
The reasons why I shoot my shot … #WeMetOnTwitter
— Ʀλ₦Ð¥⁶ (@DrugFree_DatzMe) February 17, 2017
Love it or hate it, you just can’t live without trolling on Twitter.