Just when things are looking bleak, along comes the Economist with the story you didn’t know you needed. Probably because you didn’t need it. Like, at all:
Alexa is a 24-year-old influencer and ambassador for a vegan-condom brand. She is obsessed with Instagram, but often feels nervous about what her followers think of her. @1843mag gets inside the mind of a millennialhttps://t.co/kaj6qH8xZy
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) November 28, 2018
We’re no saints, but we’re pretty sure we don’t deserve this kind of punishment.
The twitter responses to this drivel are well worth having had to slog through the original article.
— stuart brainerd (@stuartbrainerd) November 29, 2018
It’s the article’s only redeeming value.
I feel like I'm 10% dumber just having read that
— Michael Lindgren (@MikeLindgren) November 29, 2018
— Tio 💙 (@MuchTruffle) November 29, 2018
WTF even is this?
Some sort of Onion version of the Economist?
— davepaisley (@davepaisley) November 28, 2018
even The Onion wouldn't write that title
— Feraly (@Feraly_) November 29, 2018
Lost me at vegan-condom influencer lmao
— Nelson HernandeZ (@tichernelson) November 28, 2018
"Mad Libs" Twitter is the best Twitter. https://t.co/fMQOzNAfh8
— Shane Styles (@shaner5000) November 29, 2018
And by “best,” you clearly mean “worst.”
Alexa, show me an even worse Alexa https://t.co/1zBCzfGowh
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) November 29, 2018
“Alexa, please take my life.” https://t.co/PdCPBNqRn7
— Bridget Phetasy (@BridgetPhetasy) November 29, 2018
Fire your editor.
— comrade question (@deluded_jim) November 28, 2018
— Krizz Kringle 🎄 (@konkarrne) November 29, 2018