Twitter user @powerpufftag asked the Twitterverse to sum up 2017 in four words and hashtag it with (none other than) #2017in4words and this is what Twitter gave us.
Expectedly, many of these tweets were related to political issues, with US politics in particular being a hot topic. Those who still could not believe that Trump became their president took the opportunity to express their views.
Still not my president#2017In4Words
— Luisa Haynes (@wokeluisa) November 18, 2017
— BrokenPromisedLand (@VoteAngryNow) November 18, 2017
There were also those who expressed their support for Trump and others who derided Hillary supporters.
— M A Nöthem (@mikandynothem) November 18, 2017
Hillary still a criminal
For decades Hillary has been allowed to criminalized our government to cover her crimes
— Mel 🇺🇸 (@ImJustAMel) November 18, 2017
Some bridged the Trump-Hillary divide by suggesting that Obama be made president again.
— Varidienne #DemForce (@Varidienne) November 19, 2017
What with the many cases of sexual assault in the entertainment industry coming to light recently, many took the opportunity to express their anger against the perpetrators and support for the survivors.
men behaving really badly
— mᎥᏦᎬ ᏞᎥᏆᎬᏒᎪᏞᏞᎽ (@SkippyMcGizzard) November 18, 2017
— CK (@charley_ck14) November 18, 2017
Others summed up the many unfortunate shootings that occurred in the US during this period.
Another day, another shooting #2017In4Words
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) November 18, 2017
Time for gun control.#2017In4Words
— Nathan H. Rubin (@NathanHRubin) November 18, 2017
Aside from politics, many users also tweeted about entertainment and their favorite celebrities.
— Ariana Grande (@ari93updates) November 20, 2017
— Jackie loves froy (@JDolanx) November 18, 2017
Naturally, the fans of social media’s most influential artist speak again. Now that BTS also has going to the AMAs to add to their list of K-Pop firsts, their fans certainly have much to say about their success.
— 𝚏 𝚊 𝚛 𝚒 𝚑 𝚊.⚡️ (@ironchim) November 18, 2017
— 정호석 ♡ (@HobiUniverse) November 18, 2017
Who cares about rules?
As with every trend, some opportunistic accounts have simply used the hashtag in hopes that their content will go viral–in this case, without even attempting to stick to the format stipulated by the hashtag.
Yes we near to end dowry system now
It is our duty to remove this evil from society
A must watch video
Plzz support us
Our support is our courage
More 1 million people watch this short video yetpic.twitter.com/mCwfZdWQv8
— Das Rajan🇮🇳 (@dasrajan770) November 19, 2017
#PhillyMarathon #thisweek #ComeBackBarack #CNNSOTU #TCOT #p2 #inners #reiders #ThingsPoliticiansShouldntSay #InternationalMensDay Russell Simmons #SundayMorning Mueller #2017In4words #ImpeachTrump #RussiaGate #AMJoy #Maddow #ExcusesToSkipFamilyDinners
— Billy Depp (@ucla_007) November 19, 2017