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Twitter turns positive tweet into something meme-worthy

It’s not uncommon to see people posting encouraging things on social media — at times even quoting bible verses. More often than not, they’re well-received by many who are able to relate to the post.

A recent post by Twitter user @brianab1188 took a different turn, though. The post went viral with 247K likes and 122k retweet, but it also became a hilarious meme.

People decided to tweet the songs they listen to whenever they are upset or worried — and it turned out to be very amusing! Included in the list are Dexys Midnight Runners’ “Come on Eileen”, The Killers’ “Mr. Brightside”, Britney Spears’ “Toxic”, and even SpongeBob Squarepants soundtrack!

Other people suggested tracks from Miley Cyrus; while some think heartthrobs Jonas, Kevin, and Nick of the Jonas Brothers can cheer any damsel in distress.

There were a few others who veered away from music suggestions and gave a few friendly advice that we all know by heart — a cup of tea and McDonalds.

But for us at InqPOP!, a good stash of doggos and cattos videos are enough to chase those worries away! 😜

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