It’s time for some more hashtag fun! Honestly, Jimmy Fallon and his hashtag game are pretty much the only reason I still enjoy logging into Twitter on a regular basis. It reminds me of what made the social media platform so fun to begin with – it was a place where a bunch of sarcastic people could come together and make fun of something or someone together.
Twitter still has its moments, and one of them is when Fallon asks users to tweet using a certain hashtag. This week? #worstadvice – heard, gotten, given. Enjoy!
#15. It might creep them out, but I doubt they’ll stop. Because bullies hate weird.
My dad said, “if you’re getting beat up, start to laugh and pretend you enjoy it. It will creep them out and they’ll stop” #WorstAdvice
— ♥Lettisia♥ (@tiesa47) June 20, 2016
#14. I suppose you’ve got to know your audience. Fair point.
Don’t tell me to believe in myself. I’m all messed up and shiettt….#worstadvice
— joann ahn (@joannsmiles) February 29, 2016
#13. You spelled “cancer” wrong.
— HATOFUL STRIKES (@the_patches) May 27, 2016
#12. I wish I was surprised that someone actually said this.
When starting a new romantic relationship keep track of the number of times you have sex
Say “I love you” when you lose count#WorstAdvice
— J. Alex Alferez (@twelveparsecs) December 16, 2015
#11. So much terrible dating advice out there.
“Let her chase you while you hit up other chicks and she’ll come crawling back bro.” #WorstAdvice
Good luck to you and your homie tho
— Ruben (@ruben_navarrow) October 5, 2016
#10. Female version! #hesjustnotthatintoyou
#worstadvice keep texting him, he just hasn’t seen that first text ?
— Liz (@e_liiiz) June 22, 2016
#9. I’m thinking this might have resulted in a trip to the ER. Or at least HR.
— ♡Court-Lynne Kane♡ (@candykane2) March 15, 2016
#8. Oh, frat boys. #collegenostalgia
— Ruben JX (@JXgold33) February 17, 2016
#7. It all depends on what they meant by “some.”
— Casandra Govor (@casandragovor) October 4, 2016
#6. Pretty sure this is something people with zero free time say to make themselves feel better.
— Cody Nailor (@nailoredit) December 28, 2015