UP tourism gives a short lesson on how not to use adjectives, nouns on Twitter
The UP tourism Twitter handle gave Twitterverse a mouthful to pronounce on Thursday when it put out a post with heavy-duty English words than didn’t really make sense together.india Updated: Aug 12, 2016 19:06 IST
Be prepared to have your mind blown. Not by the stunning visuals and/or spiritual experiences in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi, but quite literally, in words.
The UP tourism Twitter handle gave Twitterverse a mouthful to pronounce on Thursday when it put out a post about the “unbeaten sagacious astuteness of Varanasi”.
Nope, we are not making this up. The post has since been deleted from the account, but what goes up on the internet, stays on the internet. So, of course there are a million screenshots floating around for evidence.
Loyal Twitter users found the post soon enough and began trolling it. For it is “no less than a figurine of rectitude”. Say what now?
Honestly, we don’t know. What we do know is that we weren’t the only ones who didn’t understand what the post meant.
The jokes on it were not any kinder.
When you want to top GRE but end up becoming the curator of UP Tourism account. pic.twitter.com/zkSuz076Rm— The-Lying-Lama ☔️ (@KyaUkhaadLega) August 11, 2016
So impressive-sounding. Makes so little sense. I strongly suspect Deepak Chopra has started writing for UP tourism. https://t.co/KtJVGIxxEJ— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) August 11, 2016
So, Chandler took interview of the guy who tweeted from UP Tourism's handle pic.twitter.com/70W8KmkNbe— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) August 11, 2016
Looks like UP Tourism just cracked a perfect score in GRE verbal section, and wants to show off 😊 https://t.co/qByyUL1Shd— Amit Paranjape (@aparanjape) August 11, 2016
Client: There's this misconception that people in UP can't speak English.— NumbYaar (@NumbYaar) August 11, 2016
Agency: Say no more. pic.twitter.com/3lrPcCdk3R