A phrase is trending on Twitter in the UK. With 2,000 tweets, no one knows why, but it pretty much sums up his January mood in this country.
“Oh FFS” is trending daily on Twitter, but unlike the usual cases where a specific reason or news story is associated with the trend, there is no single answer as to why. While some complain about the never-ending royal drama, others are complicit in the newly launched Labor campaign, more tweets are leaking from the United States and the George Santos scandal.
Sadly, there are too many reasons why people on Twitter want to vent their stress with “Oh FFS” (for starters). Let’s tell the truth: the world is on fire right now.
To lighten the mood, some users put together behind the sentiment that they’ve finished the year completely and completely after five solid days, even though there’s no unifying reason behind the trend. I pointed out that I could stand.
Perhaps there is some consolation here. All over the world, everyone runs through life feeling ‘Oh FFS’, tweeting about it, and then continuing on with their day. Twitter is often a den of disagreements and anonymous insults, but through the “Oh FFS” trend, knowing that this isn’t entirely just us makes us all feel a little better. can.
Alternatively, you can continue to send angry tweets to strangers on the Internet. It’s always the other option.
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