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Another Twitter trend has taken off, and the rules are simple: “Quote This and Impersonate Me in a Tweet.”
Twitter is the number one social platform for people to speak their minds without much thought as to how it will affect someone else. What better place to mimic someone with brutal honesty?
Users have mixed emotions about the trend. Some are loving it, while others are afraid to put their feelings on the line.
Too insecure for that “impersonate me” meme tbh
— sarah hagi (@geekylonglegs) October 10, 2016
I can’t wait til this “impersonate me” thing y’all clogging the feed with goes south and the teeth come out.
— Craig Bro Dude (@CraigSJ) October 10, 2016
Y’all are brave with that “impersonate me in a tweet” business. No, thank you! LOL!
— [roopa cheema] (@RadRoopa) October 10, 2016
if anyone dares impersonate me in a tweet, i’ll sue
— heavy sweater (@someofmybest) October 10, 2016
i’ve been impersonating myself in tweets for years now
— no (@JeremyMonjo) October 10, 2016
Do you see yourself joining in?
Brianna Holt is a New York City journalist who covers entertainment and technology. Her work has appeared in MSN, Black Entertainment Television (BET), Best Life, and ONE37pm. She's a former music editor at BuzzFeed and previously served as an editorial intern with the Daily Dot in 2016.