Twitter users are have a culture to themselves and have their own writing rules to boot.
Hashtags (# followed by a word) are a way of making tweets searchable by keyword. Invariably, someone comes up with a great idea and everyone tries their best to tweet the funniest message for that hashtag. Here are some of the top 10 funny hashtags of 2011.
The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show includes a spot on Wednesdays when he invites
users to contribute their thoughts on a new hashtag. This created some great lines,
such as: “‘But Mom; it was an accident!’ So were you pumpkin, but I still have to take
responsibility for you. #MomQuotes.”
This trend seems to have happened, not because it became popular but because the
experience is so common. A great example is “That awkward moment when you walk
into the wrong classroom and everyone is taking their final. #SoEmbarassing.”
This is the perfect hashtag to use just after you do something really gross without
thinking about it. A great one—“I ordered a large pizza and ate the crumbs off of my
bare stomach. #TouchMyBody.”
If you’re tired of seeing tweets that are completely mundane (who isn’t!?), some people
have collected the most uninteresting possibilities. These are funny because they’re
boring. Example—“yay snow. #GenericTweet.”
If you can put all of life into three words, this is your trend. A few tweets here are
accidentally profound. The humor is in the people who seem to forget how to keep it
down to three words.
Here is your chance to recast your favorite book in the worst possible way. For
example, “Horton Lost His Hearing Because the Insurance Company Wouldn’t Pay for
the Surgery #FailedChildrensBookTitles.”
Ironically, this hashtag leads you to uncommon stories that are funny because they
sound like they could happen to you. “Today, a friend on Facebook posted a picture
saying ‘I don’t always have a cool status, but when i do some older relative ruins it with
a lame comment.’ A bunch of people liked it, until his mom posted a lame comment.
Made. My. Day. #MyLifeIsAverage.”
This is your chance to ask about something you don’t understand. Or your chance to be
creative, such as: “High-heeled snow boots. #NotClearOn.”
This is an excellent chance to remember how small your problems are while poking fun
at yourself. For instance, Barbie recently posted “Ran out of hangers for my clothes
Another Jimmy Fallon classic, this hashtag might also help you save a friendship or two.
For example, “ran into my ex & his girlfriend, then texted my bff saying ‘just ran into
Michael and Emily, so awkward! Sent it to my ex. #TextingDisasters’”
Jaime is an avid hiker and skier who enjoys writing in her spare time for CenturyLinkQuote.com– home of CenturyLink.
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