One of the top trending hashtags on Twitter right now is “Give Twitter a Slogan.” The hashtag is giving Twitter users a chance to create some potential and some entertaining slogans for how the website should advertise itself.
Many Twitter users are using the 140 character limit as a point of focus for some attempts at comical slogans for the website.
If You Can't Say It In 140 characters, Don't Say It At All. #GiveTwitterASlogan
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) October 13, 2015
#givetwitteraslogan You're only 140 characters away from being hated by people you've never met!
— Terminotter Velocity (@Termyotter) October 13, 2015
Where 140 Characters Is More Powerful Than 140 Bullets #GiveTwitterASlogan
— Eric Wolfson (@EricWolfson) October 13, 2015
"Destroying social skills 140 characters at a time" #GiveTwitterASlogan
— Robert J. Mitchals (@robertjmitchals) October 13, 2015
— Christa Breaugh (@christabreaugh) October 13, 2015
Others are discussing a generally hot point of contention for all social media, the idea opinions matter and that once it has been posted, it can’t be taken back.
Five years from now, you'll regret what you wrote today….#GiveTwitterASlogan
— Hercules Mulligan (@cristela9) October 13, 2015
Everybody's opinion matters, so nobody's opinion matters. #GiveTwitterASlogan
— Charles Bivona (@CharlesBivona) October 13, 2015
Meanwhile, many users lower the importance of Twitter by tweeting slogans about how it’s something to do when there is nothing else to do.
"Would you rather be reading the back of shampoo bottles?" #GiveTwitterASlogan
— Trent (@BarstoolTrent) October 13, 2015
When Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat isn't enough… #GiveTwitterASlogan
— Rahul Sharma (@Th3wond3rkid) October 13, 2015