Don’t hashtag the obvious. We know you’re at a show. Either that or your living room can fit 500 beer-guzzling music fans who are staring at that large stage beside your Mom’s laundry basket.
— Ansherina Villejo (@sherpunzel) December 13, 2014
Whether you’re listening to it on radio, at a live show, or creating it with a wine glass, we’re aware it’s music. Try spicing up the hashtag with a bit more UMPH next time.
— Roy Henderson (@royethenderson) December 16, 2014
It’s not March 2011. We’re over it. Even Charlie has stopped using it. You should too.
— Zach Chulak (@zach_chulak) December 13, 2014
It’s not a fail. It’s an experience that will make you wiser.
— FAIL (@FAIL) December 16, 2014
Like “winning”, swag came and went. The word itself is just annoying.
— Belieber4Ever (@thais500xd) December 8, 2014
We’re waiting for the #fiction hashtag to be used when someone is lying to you.
Every time I see a chia pet commercial it reminds me my childhood when people would say "pri-pri-pri-Priya" #truestory lmao
— priyaaaa (@_priyaaaa) December 16, 2014
If you’re saying something, we probably already know you’re saying it.
Kanye West – Runaway is greatest song, beat, video and performance of my generation. #JustSaying
— JK (@JosephKhargie) December 11, 2014
Not everything is epic. Your mocha from Starbucks isn’t epic, neither is your new winter coat. The overuse of the word will make the actual epic events not seem so, well, epic.
— Rafael Martinez (@Rafael_ancizar) December 16, 2014
The same goes for “killing it.” It seems every band and their nephew killed it this year. And what exactly did they all kill? Get creative and opt for a new verb next time.
— Patrick (@elGuardDuck) December 4, 2014
Your need for acceptance will ruin you. Period.
— Zafirah X (@toodopeforrehab) December 13, 2014