That’s why, ahead of the most romantic day of the year, single people have responded on social media with the tongue-in-cheek #SignsYouAreSingle hashtag.
From sleeping and shaving habits to freezer contents and overly-close relationships with petsTwitter shares best #SignsYouAreSingle moments ahead of Valentine’s Day, Twitter users weighed in to laugh about the “single” experience.
— Kimmy Baby (@KimmyAlthea) February 11, 2019
— MelaninGodis (@GodisMelanin) February 11, 2019
You have no problem eating cereal for dinner….
— Donna Reed (@happyhomemaker2) February 12, 2019
#SignsYouAreSingle you shave only the parts of your legs that show to the public
— Laura W (@lwolfekb) February 11, 2019
— Hard 2 Follows (@carriesmith1123) February 11, 2019
— Properly Pisces ✨🧜🏻♀️✨ (@ProperlyPisces) February 12, 2019
You hold conversations with the cat..🐱😬
“In a fucking minute Sabrina, im tweeting!”
— Izzitdfc (@izzitdfc) February 11, 2019
Even Tinder and Amazon got on board.
Your longest relationship is with us. #SignsYouAreSingle
— Amazon Prime Video (@PrimeVideo) February 11, 2019
While this viral hashtag proved a fun and light-hearted way to poke fun at life as a single person, one company recently got this very wrong.
An advert circulated by financial technology company Revolut was recently called out for “single-shaming”.
The campaign calls out the alleged 12,750 people who ordered a single takeaway last year on Valentine’s Day using the app, asking “You okay hun?”.
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