Merriam Webster (Yes, The Dictionary) Trolled Twitter And The Reactions Are Pretty Hilarious (15 Tweets)

In recent years, it has become increasingly common for brands across a variety of industries to introduce premium services that offer extra features or perks for a fee. These services are often marketed as “red” or “plus” versions of the company’s existing products or services, and are designed to provide added value to consumers willing to pay more.

While these services can be a boon for businesses looking to boost their revenue streams, they can also be seen as a way to squeeze more money out of consumers who may feel pressured to upgrade in order to access certain features or benefits.

Recently a “brand” you’d never guess decided to troll everyone one Twitter with this same concept. The brand? Oh, you know, just The Merriam Webster Dictionary.

But being the respected “brand” they are, they quickly owned up to the joke.

1. While a few dummies got angry about this Merriam-Webster Red service…

2. Most people on Twitter got the joke. I mean it’s Twitter. No matter how many angry people come there to argue, it will always be full of folks just looking to have some fun.

3. It didn’t take long for this tweet to go viral and the responses were excellent.



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