- Aug 17, 2019
- Time online
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Very few are going to make it. The others will rot in the abyss of their mom's basement.
I’m not making it atm but like I think I’m safe enough to not live a shit life, after surgeries I’ll be fine. Maybe my height is a bit of a set back tho (5’9 on a good morning lol£he’s just projecting his happiness to everyone else. obviously not everyone is going to make it but he is rn
It’s fine lol, it might be cringe to some people here but positivity is what we all need dont u thinkNo offence bro @turkproducer
I don't even fucking know what's a subtweet.Research confirms subtweeting is completely unchill
The next time you think about throwing shade with a subtweet, know that people might look upon you a little less favorably. Researchers Autumn Edwards and Christina Harris investigated how people interpret subtweeting, and found that readers find subtweets, and their tweeters, unlikable. Their research will be published in Computers in Human Behavior.
Subtweeting may have begun on Twitter—so-called “subliminal tweeting,” or tweeting about people without actually mentioning a name or Twitter handle. But the subtweet also lives on Facebook, Snapchat, Tumblr, Instagram, and every other social site. Your readers, and the person you’re talking about, know who you mean, even if you’re not calling them out directly.