Twitter users are enlightening themselves today by tweeting about their personal “3 Word Happiness.” For some three words of happiness simply means food or animals, the simple things in life.
"3 words. 5 letters. Say it and I'm yours." "I got food." ❤ #My3WordHappiness pic.twitter.com/H1GiD49rKn
— Anne-Laure Le Cunff (@anthilemoon) November 3, 2015
We have wine! ? #My3WordHappiness
— elaine (@bakerelaine) November 3, 2015
Pressed. Juicery. Freeze. ?#My3WordHappiness @PressedJuicery pic.twitter.com/5lr69CH0ey
— Olivia Somerlyn (@OliviaSomerlyn) November 3, 2015
Class is cancelled #My3WordHappiness
— Kristine Micua (@KristineMicua) November 3, 2015
Who wants pie? #My3WordHappiness
— Rhonda Hughes (@RhondaHugs) November 3, 2015
A few tweeters are simply tweeting about the love for their family and those who surround them.
#My3WordHappiness Friends. Family. Dog
— Lauren (@ljohnson2006) November 3, 2015
Some others are advertising products by saying that product is what makes them happy.
Sprayable Sleep – get your free sample: https://t.co/SXLd2KsUcY #NationalSandwichDay #My3WordHappiness #ElectionDay https://t.co/eDVtlwoeGI
— Jason Martulo (@JasonMartulo) November 3, 2015
Along the same lines, some non-profit organizations are using the hashtag to promote their ideal image of the world and to prevent things like littering.
If you live in FL, #My3WordHappiness might be "hitting the beach." But did you know this fact? pic.twitter.com/yK4tVYDtyo
— THE FACTS NOW (@thefactsnow) November 3, 2015