#SeduceMeIn4Words: This Hashtag Has Got Twitter Looking Out for Mr or Ms Write
It's pretty self-explanatory, with the idea being to "seduce" (or woo, if we're being PG) someone while using only four words.
Words: a lot has been said about them, while using a lot of them. And perhaps unsurprisingly, they have been used most in matters of love. From declaring it in verse and prose to odes honouring it to novels set around it to speeches debating againt as well as declaring for it, love has been written and spoken about in more words than could ever be counted.
Indeed, given the limitless writing it inspires, its nigh impossible to imagine restricting love or a love story to just a few words.
Yet that's exactly what Twitter users are asking other people on the microblogging site to do, with #SeduceMeIn4Words beginning to pop up on timelines across the world. It's pretty self-explanatory, with the idea being to "seduce" (or woo, if we're being PG) someone while using only four words.
The hashtag is 'heavily trending', as the kids say, with people from around the world doing their best to find four words which will help them cover all four bases, or hit a home-run as it were. A lot of folks had fairly predictable responses to four word seductions, and the memes were plentiful and mostly lame.
#SeduceMeIn4Words Turn to Page 394.— Professor Snape (@_Snape_) December 8, 2018
Korean pop stars, like BTS, had their own sub-thread within the hashtag, if the sheer number of #SeduceMeIn4Words tags have been attached to fan memes.
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