It seemed like a regular Monday morning. Waking up late, skipping breakfast and feeling like a zombie as you head to work. Then, everything changed when I logged into Twitter. I thought I’d just checking up on the trends for a second. No harm there, right? I’d never been so wrong.
Unlike every other Monday, despondency hit a little early today as I re-read the top trend- ‘#TheresNothingMoreSexier’. What the…
“More Sexier”? Who came up with this hashtag? How did it become the top trend? Is Grammar dead? Did we miss the funeral?
Scrolling through the tweets, things started to make some sense.
— The Columbia Bugle (@ColumbiaBugle) April 30, 2017
Okay, a LOT of sense.
— Nicole (@Protrump45) April 30, 2017
There were some who didn’t reveal their political affiliations but were stupid nonetheless.
— Ana P. (@anaprose) April 30, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan someone that makes you forget how gorgeous they are on the outside, because of how beautiful they are inside.
— Mario Speedwagon (@SilipigniMario) April 30, 2017
— Raven (@KazeSkyz) April 30, 2017
His shyness. After all these years under the spotlight he still blushes. pic.twitter.com/vVIvGpxS1B
— #HolyCrapINeedANap (@s_verasani) April 30, 2017
Okay, we are going to let that last one slide. After the trending hashtag had had its share of glory, it was hijacked by a dangerous society that all men fear, the nerds. Those who conform to the rules set by the Queen’s language, and once they showed up to the party, it was a complete laugh riot.
— 69 (@athleducated) April 30, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan good grammar, which eliminates everyone using this hashtag
— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) April 30, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan someone who knows this hashtag is grammatically incorrect
— Alex Phillips (@ItsAlexOkay_) April 30, 2017
— Meta Jane (@metajane) May 1, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan using proper grammar
— Caitlin Minkus (@caitlinrose_22) April 30, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan having a hashtag with really shitty grammar
it’s either “more sexy” or “sexier”, not “more sexier”
— GodIWishThatWereMe (@RacistInGreggs) April 30, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan not using “more sexier” together.
— Leah the Boss (@LeahRBoss) April 30, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan an ALPHA MALE w/a brain in his head who can identify why this hashtag hurts my head.
— JendettaAgentFukov (@PolitiKellyRite) April 30, 2017
— Michelle (@shellybee721) April 30, 2017
Good grammar. “More Sexier” is incorrect using a redundant comparative – correct is simply “sexier”
— MinisterOfFakeNews (@UnivOfTruth) April 30, 2017
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan a hashtag that doesn’t use proper grammar.
— Daddy (@HorrorDjh) April 30, 2017
Once the error had been pointed out and people saw the error in their ways, there were still some defiant souls who chose to stick with their “more sexier” incorrectness.
#TheresNothingMoreSexierThan the people who don’t care about this hashtag being grammatically incorrect. Like yay I did school also, good4u
— Nelsongeodude (@Nelson_cs84) April 30, 2017