If you can count on Twitter for anything, it’s to be savage af. Let’s be honest — why else do you find yourself scrolling through your newsfeed 10 times a day? It’s definitely not to hear about your friends’ Netflix habits, that’s for sure.
So it’s not surprising that people have taken to the platform to roast United Airlines after they forcibly dragged a customer off of a Chicago flight. After all, did it really even happen if Twitter doesn’t shamelessly troll the hell out of it?
Pepsi: oh no, this is a PR nightmare.
United Airlines: Hold my beer. #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— ᥴꪖ𝓽ꪖꪶ𝓲ꪀꪖ 🇦🇺🇲🇽 🇩🇴 (@CatGambl3) April 11, 2017
While people trolled the airline’s tweets yesterday, today they have come up with something even more beautiful: the hashtag #NewUnitedAirlineMottos.
— AngryTraveller (@angrytrav) April 11, 2017
We put the hospital in hospitality. #newunitedairlinesmottos
— David E (@DaSkrambledEgg) April 11, 2017
We treat you like we treat your luggage.
— George Madeh (@xXGurgleXx) April 11, 2017
Not enough seating? Prepare for the beating! #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— Sunny (@LadySuzanne) April 11, 2017
#NewUnitedAirlinesMottos though our prices are unbeatable, we can't say the same for our passengers
— alana (@_alanamarks) April 11, 2017
Where all the seats are in the 'nosebleed' section #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— A lynch (@walkslynchy) April 11, 2017
Board as doctors, leave as patients #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— Osama (@osamanadeem) April 11, 2017
Every flight begins with "Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuu". #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— Ed Hill (@kingedhill) April 11, 2017
You may have patients, but we don't have patience #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— Isa (@isabella_rothe) April 11, 2017
We have First Class, Business Class, and No Class #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— W.T. Martyn (@wtmartyn2) April 11, 2017
"We have Red Eye and Black Eye flights available!" #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos
— LAMusing (@LAMusing) April 11, 2017
At least United Airlines also gave other companies a chance to revamp their own slogans.
— 𝓛𝒶𝓊𝓇𝑒𝓃 (@dawningdark) April 11, 2017
God, sometimes I hate the world, but I will always love the internet.