Singles Day: Memes are used to celebrate (or mourn) the date;  see  TechTudo

Singles Day: Memes are used to celebrate (or mourn) the date; see TechTudo

Singles Day is celebrated this Monday, August 15th. Despite its unknown origin, the date is seen as a celebration of selflove and an opportunity to meet other singles to celebrate together. On social networks, users took the opportunity to enumerate the advantages of not being in a relationship. Having more freedom and not having to settle for everyday life were strong arguments for prosingle life.

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There were also those who repented today. The lack of love became a meme among the neediest users who took to Twitter to complain about their relationship status. Making singles (satisfied or not) laugh today, that TechTudo disconnected some memes that were successful on the networks. Check it out below.

1 of 1 Today is Singles Day: Memes are thriving on social media — Photo: Reproduction/Twitter

Today is Singles Day: Memes are thriving on social networks — Photo: Reproduction / Twitter

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Among the benefits of today, the most remembered by users is not having a bad relationship. Because better alone than poorly accompanied.

Freedom was also a strength remembered on Twitter.

Some still waver between celebration and mourning.

Others are just waiting for the right one.

Does that still count as single?

Above all, the date helped to awaken the lack of individual users. The lack of a partner was missed even more by those who didn’t want to celebrate today.

Kindly, some users said they would count on divine intervention to stop being single.

On this date, seeing happy couples was also a trigger for many people. The phrase “The single doesn’t know a day of peace” is already an established meme on Twitter.

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