Netizens in the five words described the harsh truth about adult life
Twitter started a flash mob, under which users in five words describe the truth of adult life. The action was launched, account Hashtag Roundup. Under the hashtag #adultingin5 words, users say that adult life was not so bright as it seemed in his youth.
The action was launched, the Hashtag Roundu account, regularly offering mikroblogerami ideas for flash mobs.
Under the hashtag #adultingin5 words (“adult life in five words”) users say that adult life was not so bright as it appears in adolescence.
Just a big anxiety attack #AdultingIn5Words
— Cassandra (@More2Change17) 21 Jun 2017
“Just a strong panic attack”
— Lesli Margherita (@QueenLesli) June 22, 2017
“Letter from Hogwarts didn’t come, damn”
Nevermind, I’ll do it myself. #AdultingIn5Words pic.twitter.com/LRxKr2w06p
— Trevor Donovan (@TrevDon) 21 Jun 2017
“Forget it, I’ll do it myself”
Coffee is keeping me alive #AdultingIn5Words
— craig onetweetwonder (@craigflynn1) 21 Jun 2017
“Coffee keeps me alive”
Where did my money go? #AdultingIn5Words
— Rachel Valliere (@Rayyycharlesss) 21 Jun 2017
“Where my money?”
Selling game console for gas #AdultingIn5Words
— Peter Maes (@PeteMaes) 21 Jun 2017
“Sell the console to have enough gasoline”
#AdultingIn5Words No More Summer School Vacations ?
— Regina Spacola (@gigirules7) 21 Jun 2017
“No more summer holidays”
“Naw, I gotta work tomorrow” #AdultingIn5Words
— Taelor Pickett ? (@onlyonetaelor) 21 Jun 2017
“No, I work tomorrow”
#AdultingIn5Words Don’t know what I’m doing pic.twitter.com/cu5N5YE3Tp
— sister sledge (@youdkmeboi) 21 Jun 2017
“I know not what they do”
The flash mob was joined by Russian-speaking microblogger.