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What’s common between India’s income tax portal, Britannia Bourbon biscuits, Hrithik Roshan’s walls, and Jessica Rabbit? They were on Twitter recently.

Twitter has come a long way from the first tweet that Jack Dorsey sent on March 21st, 2006.

The above has now been sold as an NFT to a Malaysia based businessman for US$ 2.9 million.

The global platform now is a voice for civil society to air views, fair and unfair, logical and otherwise, most of which would have remained unvoiced but for this veritable force majeure. While restrictions are on for the words used, users find a way to become colourful.

Here are some interesting tweets in the past few weeks.

Here is an example of a government entity taking the vendor client relationship on an open platform.

Not all tweets are meant to bully though. Here is a tweet, where food critic Vir Sanghvi was pondering the integrity of a beloved food product of the 1980s, Britannia’s Bourbon chocolate cream biscuits.

Britannia clarified its stance, though not all were convinced.

And when Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan shared a photograph of his home, chilling with his mother, fans noticed that even celebrities in Mumbai can’t escape wall seepage, a common problem in the city.

Berger Paints, a paint solution, promptly offered him their services.

Disney recently announced a makeover for Jessica Rabbit, a prominent sex symbol from the beloved cartoon movie ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’, on the Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin ride.

Twitter echoed with fan outcries.

Tweets capture the consciousness of societies in every country now. If you have an opinion, Twitter wants to hear it. But keep it clean.

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