Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes

Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes
Twitter Is Living for These Dying-Twitter Memes

As of now, the app is not dead yet, but that hasn’t stopped people from mourning. According to multiple reports, hundreds of key Twitter employees quit on November 17 in response to Elon Musk’s ultimatum to either leave or commit to working long, intense hours. 

As #RIPTwitter, #GoodByeTwiter, and #TwitterDown started to trend, Twitter quickly began panicking about the possible end of a different kind of era. Users couldn’t resist posting memes and jokes about the situation just in case this was really the end. Who could resist one last chance to go viral for being funny?