Many of you may have already seen this, but earlier this week Paris Hilton tweeted the following:
What’s on your mind? pic.twitter.com/coinxJfDXP
— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) September 10, 2017
As you can see, the tweet has close to 3,500 responses, and some are classics. I’d thought I’d share some of my favorites. I’m sure I’m missing many other good ones, but I don’t have the time to look through all 3,500 replies (well, maybe I do, but I have to at least pretend that I’ve got better things to do…)
If the person who invented the drawing board had failed, what would he have gone back to?
— Malcolm Horner (@mal393) September 11, 2017
What was the best thing before sliced bread?
— PrestwichBlue (@PrestwichBlue) September 11, 2017
if ghosts can walk thru walls how come they don’t fall thru floors?
— FredFlunk (@fredflunk) September 11, 2017
What’s another word for “thesaurus?”
— Esther Ciammachilli (@EE_Chilli) September 11, 2017
Why does the word “ambiguous” only have one meaning? 🤔
— Pete Oxley (@peterdoxley) September 11, 2017
If a tomato is a fruit, does that make ketchup a smoothie?
— Mikey Murray (@mikeyLUFC94) September 12, 2017
How did they know the first ever ruler was accurate?
— Dan (@Social_Mime) September 11, 2017
Did someone fart, or is Frank eating another egg sandwich in the lunch room?
— Col Smith (@Dangerman_2) September 11, 2017
Why are they called the Toronto Maple LEAFS and not LEAVES?
— Wrighty (@neilwrightlegal) September 11, 2017
If Cinderella’s shoe fit her foot perfectly, how did it fall off?
— Killa Kayla (@KMack027) September 13, 2017
Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego
— Dean Eden (@deaneden_) September 12, 2017
Who picks up a guide dogs poo?
— Kristien (@Kristien1912) September 14, 2017
Thinking about the opponent of Cartesian Dualism which resists the reduction of psychological phenomena w/out touching the extended. You?
— Steve HS (@misterstevehs) September 12, 2017
Why would anyone consider taking the North circular westbound on a Saturday afternoon? I mean it goes down to one lane at Chiswick ffs!
— john (@vinny_samways) September 12, 2017
Imagine if the power of asking a question on Twitter could be used for good, like asking, “How can we end world hunger?”, or “How can we all live in peace”, or “How can Jim Borden get more followers for his blog?”
If 3,500 people responded to those sorts of questions, you never know what kind of answers you may get.
And one of them might be the “right” answer.
Paris, the ball is in your court…
*image from Huff Post