If you ask: is this a red flag? Twitter is here for you.
This week, the social media platform’s feed exploded with red flag emojis in a now viral internet meme.
Users tweet their red flags – and examples of behavior or statements worthy of warning.
If you aren’t sure what red flags are you are probably not in the dating market, but red flags don’t just appear when you search for Mr. Right or accidentally stumble upon Ms. Wrong. .
A red flag is something you notice about someone making you say “Uh-oh”. It is as if an alarm had sounded that this person could be a little extinct, a total extinction.
While red flags can be more serious things – like personality traits that can send you running for the hills – Twitter, of course, added a humorous twist.
“I don’t like Frank Ocean”, singer-songwriter fan tweeted, followed by dozens of red flag emojis.
“‘My ex and I are still friends’,” tweeted someone else, again, with red flags.
Celebrities even joined in the fun, with musician Tai Verdes tweeter, “’This guitar doesn’t sound so good’”, followed by red flags.
Fan accounts even participated in the joke, like the Office Memes Twitter account. assignment, ”’I don’t like The Office.’ “
The official Pepsi account too tweeted, ”’I’ve never had Pepsi in my life.’ “
Some people weren’t very interested in the phenomenon, annoyed by the excessive amounts of red flag emojis on their streams.
A Twitter user mocked the trend, stating people who use red flags are, in fact, red flags.
“When they tweet the red flag,” they wrote.
Netflix had fun, while also reminding us that beauty is only superficial.
Others put their own spin on the emoji, highlighting their “favorite” red flags, like the “spicy” flag on top of a mountain of fried chicken.Users too laughed at themselves, tweeting that they’re their own red flags – or, stating that they might be a bit toxic – and making jokes that their favorite color is red, so they ignore red flags. Instead of focusing on the negativity of what they don’t like, others have focused on their green flags – or, the things people say they like.
“Can we start naming green flags?” ” tweeted one person. “I’m going to start: ‘Let me pay for your appointment with the hairdressers’. “If you still haven’t embraced this viral trend, you may not be spending enough time on Twitter – which could be just a red flag.