Blundered phrasing has led to Ed Sheeran's album trending for all the wrong reasons
There’s not much context needed here.
It’s just one of those situations where words speak for themselves.
You may have noticed Ed Sheeran’s album party trending on twitter this morning. After being assigned the hashtag #sheeranalbumparty, tweeters has been having a field day.
#sheeranalbumparty welcome to the club if you read that wrong ðŸ˜‚— Queenie â¤ï¸ (@Vaibsterrr) March 15, 2017
Wakes up@at 5.30am. ðŸ˜µChecks Twitter. Sheer anal bump party? WTF? ðŸ˜³ðŸ˜³ *squints at screen several times* Ohhhh... #sheeranalbumparty— Ursula Muller (@Christiesgal) March 15, 2017
(P.S. Sheer anal bum party also works)
THIS HASHTAG OMFG— Matt Bentley (@JustMattBentley) March 15, 2017
USE CAPITAL LETTERS HAHAHAHAHAHA#sheeranalbumparty
You can imagine my disappointment #sheeranalbumparty— Mitch Benn (@MitchBenn) March 15, 2017
Story by Deirdre Molumby | 11:10 | Wednesday 15th March 2017 | Trending