What’s the Worst Way to #RuinADate?

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Little hashtag campaigns like #FiveWordsToRuinADate are pretty silly. But sometimes, they’re just what you need to waste twenty minutes of your time. Yesterday, brands started to get in on the action and most of them were pretty good.

Not a big music person. #FiveWordsToRuinADate

— Spotify USA (@SpotifyUSA) January 14, 2015

“I love your print magazine.” #FiveWordsToRuinADate — U.S. News (@usnews) January 14, 2015

I didn’t check the forecast #FiveWordsToRuinADate

— Weather Underground (@wunderground) January 14, 2015

But it turns out that being a buzzkill on the Internet is the biggest turn off our there:

#FiveWordsToRuinADate ‘I don’t really like memes’

— emma (@rickylandstuff) January 14, 2015

So what exactly is Netflix? #RuinADateInFiveWords — Daniel Bostic (@debostic) January 14, 2015

Or even worse, using the wrong platforms:

I am an Android user #RuinADateInFiveWords

— Gil Kruger (@gilly) January 14, 2015

What’s wrong with Internet Explorer?! #RuinADateInFiveWords — Normal Sophie Gadd (@sophie_gadd) January 14, 2015

Anyone who has worked in media can appreciate this one:

You’ll get paid in exposure. #RuinADateInFiveWords

— William Goss (@williambgoss) January 14, 2015

What were your favorites?

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