The responses, not to anyone’s surprise, were witty and hilarious. From brands to ordinary netizens, everybody tried their hand at ‘seducing’ and boy, did they do a good job...at making people laugh.
For starters, Netflix India ‘seduced’ all the binge-watchers and couch potatoes with a witty one-liner.
All episodes now streaming. #SeduceSomeoneInFourWords— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) 1579163820000
Wanna be my Chammak-Challo? 💃🏻 #SeduceSomeoneInFourWords— Red Chillies Entertainment (@RedChilliesEnt) 1579174791000
Come over. There's Pizza. 🍕 #SeduceSomeoneInFourWords— Pizza Hut India (@PizzaHutIN) 1579245401000
‘Let's go book shopping.’ #SeduceSomeoneInFourWords https://t.co/funRlqbfsU— Penguin Books UK (@PenguinUKBooks) 1579170281000
Check out my Artefacts! #SeduceSomeoneInFourWords https://t.co/bCusctcCwb— The Mary Rose (@MaryRoseMuseum) 1579163949000
#SeduceSomeoneInFourWords Tuhannu ki pasand hai? 😛 #SaddaPunjab— Kings XI Punjab (@lionsdenkxip) 1579164908000
New Zealand International cricketer Jimmy Neesham had a tongue-in-cheek response to the tweet.
I don’t even know what any of this means but I think I should win 😂🤷♂️ https://t.co/YwW09mde2n— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) 1579165278000
Your pace or mine? #SeduceSomeoneInFourWords— Durex India (@DurexIndia) 1579173959000
Mastodon Over Twitter? Here's Everything You Need To Know About The Social Network On Every...
Moving Over Twitter
It’s been a busy week for Indian twitterati. Much pent-up anger has been tweeted about, and things that have found a mention include politics (but of course), the impending Ayodhya verdict, Maharashtra power deal, Delhi lawyers scrapping with the cops and the India-Bangladesh T20 games.
But this is not all. Those frequent on Twitter would have noticed that many accounts on the micro-blogging platform have started using “Mastodon”. Many have tagged their names to the account and urged their followers to follow suit and quit Twitter to protest against the social platform’s policies..