A new “catch phrase” is taking the world by storm, at least according to Time:
"Hold my avocado" is the new viral catchphrase millennials have been looking for https://t.co/4mk3lH7V5s
— TIME (@TIME) August 9, 2017
Every generation has its defining achievementhttps://t.co/zY27qgaera
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) August 10, 2017
Apparently. It sounds like Time really wants it to happen, but they might ultimately be let down:
Time, stop trying to make “hold my avocado” happen. It’s not going to happen. https://t.co/sTJwNGQVDQ
— Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) August 10, 2017
— Tony Allegra (@GoTwisted) August 9, 2017
No one has said this. Ever. https://t.co/m2YGAhKwNq
— jaylen. (@_jaytrent) August 10, 2017
Decline and ruin of western globalist civilization proceeds precisely as predicted by Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un. https://t.co/y5KMCi7evY
— DPRK News Service (@DPRK_News) August 10, 2017
Its obvious that TIME has sold out to Big Avocado.
— Lyle Scout (@fartyowls1) August 10, 2017
People can see this. You just publicly tweeted it.
— Yoderys Hudaryen (@The_Yodacat) August 10, 2017
does anyone under the age of 126 work at Time magazine? https://t.co/D3fL15v25R
— eve ⚔️ peyser (@evepeyser) August 10, 2017
Someone needs to reply with this, so it might as well be me. . . pic.twitter.com/16YhgVhRKc
— Calum Carson (@calum_carson) August 9, 2017
WHOOPS! Biden meant to say ‘I applaud Canada’ but instead named a different country
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