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From Netflix To LinkedIn: Why Everyone’s Tweeting The Red Flag Emoji

The red flag trend has taken more than social media. (Representative Image)

Red flags are all more than the location. Twitter customers will know what we are speaking about. A current surprising trend has taken more than the micro-blogging platform. People have began tweeting warnings about just about every little thing below the Sun. But there is the catch. With just about every such tweet, customers are also adding red flag emojis. In prevalent parlance, red flags represent a warning sign. The trend appears to have began on with a conversation about red flags in dating and has now spilt more than to quite a few other subjects. It has also taken a humorous turn.

According to CNet, Twitter has seen a 455% rise in the usage of the red flag emoji in the last week. On Tuesday, Twitter had 1.5 million tweets containing red flags in them globally.

The trend has caught up with netizens and large corporations can not ignore what has come to pass. So giants like Netflix have also joined the red-flag game on Twitter. Here’s what Netflix India had to say about some cliches in storylines. For them, it really is a red flag when “Protagonist who notices the girl only when she takes off her glasses and gets a makeover.”

Dharma Productions also joined the trend. The production residence added a meals angle to the tweet. They saw red flags, “When they want hakka noodles over dal chawal for 50 saal till you die.”

Social media giants also jumped on the bandwagon. Their red flags turned out to be fairly funny in this regard. Have a look at what WhatsApp had to say.

Twitter as well joined the trend. Guess what is their red flag? Of course, they cannot stand any one who says “I’m not on Twitter.”

LinkedIn posted a red flag for all workers to watch out for

MTV followed suit and gave a shout out to pop music by way of the red-flag trend. For them, any individual who stated, “I don’t keep up with pop music,” posed a red flag.

Footwear brand Crocs also joined the red-flag party in a great deal zest. Nothing could upset them more than a individual who stated, “I’m not a Crocs person.” We can be sure about that.

For Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi, it really is a large red flag when an individual says they never like Indian meals

We are certainly enjoying this new Twitter trend, are not we?

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