Your relatable tweets are turned out to be a genuine cerebral pain for the province of Maine.
As The Daily Dot called attention to Saturday, one of the numerous ways individuals declare that they’ve discovered a tweet relatable is by at-answering the Twitter handle “@me.” It’s offhanded — a shorter approach to state “that is me” or “it me.”
The handle is additionally much of the time utilized when somebody says “don’t @ me,” yet neglects to put a space amongst “@” and “me.” That space improves things significantly, y’all. Isn’t Twitter fascinating?
Utilizing “@me” has a unintended reaction. The handle @me is really possessed by Maine.com, a site keep running by a man named Teddy Worcester to publicize Maine tourism.
Worcester revealed to The Daily Dot that he gets “hundreds” of notices every day — and, as you may expect, many of them have nothing to do with the miracles of Maine.
For instance, a fast Twitter look reveals to us that Teddy has gotten a notice for these tweets:
Had a piece of apple pie for breakfast, you guys.
Don’t @me 🍰
— NDH (@notdantonholden) November 11, 2017
— cody johns (@Cody) November 6, 2017
Hot fries always taste better when somebody else got em don’t @me
— ajb✨ (@aleirelove) November 3, 2017
— TheGreatest2 (@paidandfull69) November 11, 2017
— Shaniece R. Peters (@ShanRenella) September 28, 2017
Ashanti had the best features on all tracks don’t @me
— Johnny Scamzelle (@ItsJustMauria) November 10, 2017
— Kenz 💛 (@MercedesKenz16) September 30, 2017
Stranger things is hands down one of the best series I’ve seen. Don’t @me
— smitty (@nicksmitty32) November 8, 2017
Anyway, Maine is an excellent state. Unquestionably justified regardless of a visit.