BreakingModern — How much power can there be in four little words? More than you might think. Breezy Puffs, host of Hashtag Shenanigans, posts a new hashtag game every Wednesday at 8 a.m., and the top ten tweets are posted to @absrdNEWS. This week’s game is co-hosted by @Will3K85, and by noon yesterday the game had clocked more than 24,000 tweets and was the #1 top trending hashtag. Here’s the challenge:
Alright Alright Alright Today’s game is #GoodAdviceIn4Words W/ CoHost @Will3K85 Top 10 goes on @absrdNEWS — Hashtag Shenanigans (@HashtagShenani) March 11, 2022
So far, the entries run the gamut from the absurd to the especially relevant, with a hefty dose of hilariousness thrown in for good measure. Some suggest you should “delete your Internet history,” or “embrace your inner nerd,” while others advise you to, “always use more cowbell.” The competition is still heating up and it’s not too late to add your own posts. If you’d like some ideas to get you started, here are some of the best tweets we’ve seen so far.
Let The Wookiee Win #GoodAdviceIn4Words @HashtagShenani pic.twitter.com/1sjH0baE3V — Michael (@Glitter_Rock) March 11, 2022
#GoodAdviceIn4Words Don’t use Trump’s hairdresser. #donaldtrumphairnevergetsold pic.twitter.com/EEAW2vx4Sw — carroll beeman (@beemanpeace) March 11, 2022
Get Neighbors Wifi Password #GoodAdviceIn4Words @HashtagShenani — Breezy Puffs (@BreezyPuffs) March 11, 2022
Just a Reminder
Doing this accomplishes nothing #GoodAdviceIn4Words pic.twitter.com/iMCgWUWQbL — TrivWorks (@TrivWorks) March 11, 2022
Lefty loosey, righty tighty. #GoodAdviceIn4Words — A Jolly Nerd (@ajollynerd) March 11, 2022
Bacon Lovers Unite
Bacon loves you back #GoodAdviceIn4Words — Henry Tudor (@KngHnryVIII) March 11, 2022
Don’t fry bacon naked #GoodAdviceIn4Words — Joey (@sharpestspoon) March 11, 2022
#GoodAdviceIn4Words Add Bacon To That! — Epic Meal Time (@EpicMealTime) March 11, 2022
Rules? What Rules?
Counting is a basic skill (that everyone should learn) #GoodAdviceIn4Words — beaubodor (@beaubodor) March 11, 2022
Break rules. It’s fun #GoodAdviceIn4Words — Eddy Davis (@EddyZDavis) March 11, 2022
It turns out Twitter users can pack a lot into just a few words.
For BMod, I’m Becket Morgan.
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