Twitter took Twitter by storm by asking users to describe 2020 in one word. The tweet generated over 120,000 replies.
How would you describe 2020?
No-one knows Twitter better than Twitter. But who could have predicted that a simple four-letter tweet could generate over 120,000 replies, 120,000 retweets, and have nearly 150,000 people tweeting about it?
It all started on Thursday, December 3rd when the official @twitter account asked its followers to describe “2020 in one word:”
2020 in one word
— Twitter (@Twitter) December 3, 2020
The rest has become history. Thousands of users got involved, and dozens of world-famous brands joined in in the best fashion: by bringing the funniest and most realistic bad experience in their own universe, all in one word.
From YouTube’s “unsubscribe” to Adobe’s “Ctrl + Z” and LEGO’s very truthful “Ouch” alongside a LEGO block, here are some of our favorite brand replies:
Ctrl + Z
— Adobe (@Adobe) December 3, 2020
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) December 3, 2020
— Grammarly (@Grammarly) December 3, 2020
01110011 01101011 01101001 01110000
— IBM (@IBM) December 3, 2020
— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) December 3, 2020
— Messenger (@messenger) December 4, 2020
— Microsoft Edge (@MicrosoftEdge) December 3, 2020
— Pandora (@pandoramusic) December 4, 2020
— Roblox (@Roblox) December 3, 2020
— Subway® (@SUBWAY) December 3, 2020
Mute 🔇 pic.twitter.com/VoRrtQPaAf
— Viber (@Viber) December 3, 2020
— Windows (@Windows) December 3, 2020
— YouTube (@YouTube) December 3, 2020
— Zoom (@zoom_us) December 3, 2020
2020 has been a horrible year, but at least we’ve all kept our sense of humor. That has to be something.
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