2016 is mercifully coming to an end. It’s the last month of the year, which means winter holidays, year-end lists, and the writing of resolutions. But, as dumpster fiery as the past 11 months have been, Twitter’s convinced it can still get better within a few weeks’ time.
Enter #How2016CanRedeemItself, an optimistic hashtag teeming with absurdism and genuine hope.
#How2016CanRedeemItself — Ashton Kutcher shows up with a camera crew to reveal he's Punk'd the nation.— Kevin (@kevinwxgg) December 2, 2016
David Bowie returns in a spaceship and takes us all home #How2016CanRedeemItself— Hollyn Heron (@HollynHeron) December 2, 2016
At the very least, after all we've been thru, just give Twitter an edit button #How2016CanRedeemItself— Bethiecrocker (@livewbeth) December 2, 2016
#How2016CanRedeemItself Bring back Harambe— Kim Jong Un (@NuclearConfetti) December 2, 2016
Perhaps the most frequent way people think 2016 can redeem itself, however, is by simply ending.
#How2016CanRedeemItself end early.— becca- BLACK LIVES MATTER (@beccamals) December 2, 2016
#How2016CanRedeemItself It can end— tor (@tor4tor) December 2, 2016
just end already #How2016CanRedeemItself— harnoop (@harnoopkaur) December 2, 2016
Relax, dear Twitter users. It’ll all be over soon.