Tweeps Describe Sad Events In 6 Words #ASadStoryIn6Words

Tweeps Describe Sad Events In 6 Words #ASadStoryIn6Words. Some take it as a curse and some take it as a blessing.

A sad event can happen to anyone. Some take it as a curse and some take it as a blessing. It could be that really harsh break up over the phone or the funeral of a loved one. The point is no one has protection against a sad occurrence. Is it even possible to write about a sad event in six words?

Well tweeps had theirs attempts at trying to describe a sad event in six words. The tweeps used the hashtag #ASadStoryIn6Words. Influencer and media personality Sam Beynon says her sad moment is when the data depletion message appears. Sam Beynon says, “YOUR DATA BUNDLES HAVE BEEN DEPLETED.” Some tweeps talked about the financial difficulties that people encounter.

One tweep says, “Bank; your account have (has) insufficient funds.” One tweep says, “your account is due on the 28th.” One tweep says, “Transaction declined due to insufficient funds.” One tweep is questioning why some people have a lot of followers but not a lot of interaction on their posts. The tweep says, “why 6800 followers but 3 likes?” One tweep says, “Why do I keep doing this…”One tweep quoted the retail stores’ favourite saying.

The tweep says, “Sorry, we closed. Come back tomorrow.” Some tweeps spoke about the sad story of relationships. One tweep says, “I love you, you love her.” One tweep quoted how a lot of people break up with their partners. The tweep says, “I Don’t Want You Anymore, Understood?” One tweep quoted the famous Mabena saying. The tweep says, “Please Dissapoint (Disappoint) me again Mabena, please.

The tweets:

by Alexandra Ramaite

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