Here’s What Twitter Thinks You Should Do After Graduation
We read Twitter, so you don’t have to. As much, anyway.
It’s that time of year, when graduates look back at four years of college — or forward to four years of higher education. And like Steve Jobs speaking at Stanford, everyone with a Twitter account seems to be dispensing advice to new grads lately.
But luckily, they only have five words to do it. You know, the whole brevity thing.
Here are some of the highlights from the Twitterverse:
McDonald’s is always hiring, guys. #GraduationAdviceIn5Words
— ⚾️☯️nAmyste😇💞😈 (@AAskelson) May 17, 2018
A bachelor's degree means nothing#GraduationAdviceIn5Words
— Sonya Mathews (@MathewsSonya) May 17, 2018
Just say you’re an architect
— Cameron Grant (@coolcam101) May 17, 2018
It gets worse, then worser#GraduationAdviceIn5Words
— Kevin (@kevinwxgg) May 17, 2018
#GraduationAdviceIn5Words Live with mom. Save money
— I'm Just Dan (@DanielAshley13) May 17, 2018
Be prepared for student loans #GraduationAdviceIn5Words
— Jmarie (@jmariec36) May 17, 2018
Just don't. Stay in school.#GraduationAdviceIn5Words pic.twitter.com/xQo3zOARS9
— Robyn your 🍪 (@robyndwoskin) May 17, 2018
Smoking weed is not helping
— Bear with Me (@Bearwithmeblog) May 17, 2018
Marry a rich old man #GraduationAdviceIn5Words pic.twitter.com/vppuAukNgV
— Mister Race Bannon (@MrRaceBannon) May 17, 2018
Congratulations! You've passed the tutorial.
— Jenpocalypse17 (@Jenpocalypse17) May 17, 2018
Totally forget what's his name.#GraduationAdviceIn5Words pic.twitter.com/Y5SMUegozp
— Shea Browning (@SheaBrowning) May 17, 2018
LOVE YOURSELF TODAY AND ALWAYS
— 둘셋 [check pinned] (@doolsetbangtan) May 17, 2018
Look up from your phone#GraduationAdviceIn5Words
— Jeff Dwoskin – Hashtag Roundup (@bigmacher) May 17, 2018
Money in the banana stand. #GraduationAdviceIn5Words
— Arrested Development (@bluthquotes) May 17, 2018
#GraduationAdviceIn5Words Don’t drink during the ceremony pic.twitter.com/mv1cuYjcHJ
— Lisa 😻 (@Lisaley) May 17, 2018
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