Barraco Barner is the U.S. President
Ever heard of Barraco Barner? Not long ago, one beautiful woman found her Twitter message trending all over the world with hundreds of thousands sharing her status. The young Gemma Worrall, 20, had been concerned by the standoff between Russia and Ukraine that had reached a crisis point in 2014. Perhaps out of hurriedness and without checking her spelling, the young beauty wrote;
“If Barraco Barner is the U.S. president, why is he getting involved with Russia, scary.”
From her message, she had got it all wrong when she wrote Barraco Barner instead of Barrack Obama. Unbeknown to her, the tweet made her an instant online trend within hours with her message being shared all over social media platforms.
To be honest, Gemma is not alone. There are numerous mind-blogging messages on Twitter and Facebook that prove that many social media users at times do get it all wrong with their spelling, grammar and logic. Considering that these embarrassing messages are often shared online, they often come back to haunt the owner, especially if others reveal their humiliating thoughts of the message. This always happen because many social media users no longer get the satisfaction of just seeing, reading, knowing or commenting; they get fully satisfied when they share it. With that, one may have to deal with the consequences of having written an incorrect or illogic message.
For that matter, here are some of the worst online updates that will make you cringe or laugh to tears. They will make you wonder and doubt as to whether or not these individuals should be allowed to share anything on the internet. Check out these ones and you will certainly enjoy the ride.
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