The Best Company Replies To Twitter’s “Describe 2020 In One Word” Challenge
2020 in one word
— Twitter (@Twitter) December 3, 2020
It’s been one hella year. I mean, it still is. Even though we are close to leaving the cursed number 2020 behind, from what we’ve seen so far, the chances that it won’t go according to plan are, let’s put it this way, quite high.
— Microsoft Edge (@MicrosoftEdge) December 3, 2020
With so many mixed emotions and unheard-of feelings surfing around this planet right now, Twitter has decided it’s about time to put a name on it. “2020 in one word,” the channel tweeted yesterday. The question instantly blew up with 211.3K likes, attracting many big gamers, like YouTube, Xbox, Netflix, and Zoom sharing their own spin on what’s essentially hard to describe.
— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) December 3, 2020
The best responses to the somewhat philosophical inquiry into our current times are in down below, but beware that some questions, we don’t want answered. And some answers are better left unquestioned.
— YouTube (@YouTube) December 3, 2020
It’s crazy to think about how many things can happen in almost 12 months, but this year was one big roller coaster ride and while we’re slowly approaching the end stop, it still keeps on rollin’. Among world-changing events that happened, some were truly alarming.
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— Adobe (@Adobe) December 3, 2020
First, there were debilitating bushfires in Australia that burned a record 47 million acres and killed more than thirty people. Then, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to quit the British royal family in what was one of the most controversial steps in the family’s history.
— Subway® (@SUBWAY) December 3, 2020
This same year, the Black Lives Matter protests swept around the globe after the police-involved killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor.
— Lyft (@lyft) December 4, 2020
And, last but not least, on January 9, The World Health Organization announced a new, deadly coronavirus had emerged in Wuhan, China. Little did we know it would turn into one of the most debilitating public health crises of modern history.
— Target (@Target) December 3, 2020
— Grammarly (@Grammarly) December 3, 2020
— Whole Foods Market (@WholeFoods) December 3, 2020
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— IBM (@IBM) December 3, 2020
— Xbox (@Xbox) December 3, 2020
— Lexus (@Lexus) December 3, 2020
— Zoom (@zoom_us) December 3, 2020
— Netflix (@netflix) December 3, 2020
— Windows (@Windows) December 3, 2020
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) December 3, 2020
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— Viber (@Viber) December 3, 2020
— McDonald's (@McDonalds) December 3, 2020
— opera (@opera) December 4, 2020
— Roblox (@Roblox) December 3, 2020
— Pandora (@pandoramusic) December 4, 2020
— ALTOIDS (@Altoids) December 4, 2020
— SoundCloud (@SoundCloud) December 3, 2020
— Domino's Pizza (@dominos) December 3, 2020
— Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) December 4, 2020
— Gymshark (@Gymshark) December 3, 2020
— Bagel Bites⁷ (@BagelBites) December 3, 2020
— T-Mobile (@TMobile) December 3, 2020
— Liverpool FC USA (@LFCUSA) December 3, 2020
— Funko (@OriginalFunko) December 4, 2020
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