#NosePinTwitter Is The Latest Trend For Women To Show Off Pictures Of Their Gorgeous Nose Pins And Well, Men Too
Amidst all the controversy and debates that happen on Twitter, here is a peculiar trend that has taken over the internet. #NosePinTwitter has taken over the internet with women tweeting pictures of them wearing some amazing nose rings. The trend became so popular with more than 5,000 tweets with the hashtag. The trend began after a Twitter user Tanzila tweeting asking Twitterati to post pictures of them wearing nose studs using the hashtag. Tanzila tweeted saying, “People, post your amazing nose studs and rings under the hashtag #NosepinTwitter from now, please. Issued in public interest. Please RT.”
The trend received an amazing response with a lot of women on Twitter posting pictures. Tanzila who was not anticipating such a great response was surprised and overwhelmed at the response. While women were the first to post pictures of them wearing the nose pins, men also soon joined the bandwagon with funny pictures. The trend gained more popularity after Bollywood actor Chitrangda Singh tweeted two pictures of her wearing gorgeous nose pins. She tweeted saying, “❤️ing thiss trend .. My contribution to #NosePinTwitter #beautiful #indianjewellery celebrate the feminine.”
Here is how the trend began:
People, post your amazing nose studs and rings under the hashtag #NosepinTwitter from now please. Issued in public interest. Please RT.
— Tanzila. (@aaliznat) October 14, 2017
Check out Chritaganda’s stunning nose rings!
— Chitrangda Singh (@IChitrangda) October 15, 2017
Soon, women on Twitter started sharing pictures of them wearing nose pins of all sizes and shapes, here are some of them:
And here’s what followed:
— rohini (@lesqueerables) October 15, 2017
— Neha Karmarkar-Joshi (@NehaMihirJoshi) October 15, 2017
— Prachi (@chandramukhhi) October 15, 2017
— Sarita (@ViolentVeggy) October 14, 2017
— S (@thatdelhiite) October 15, 2017
— Harnidh//Peglet (@PedestrianPoet) October 14, 2017
And then men came up with their version:
— Harish Iyengaar (@scaryhairyman) October 15, 2017
There were some funny ones too:
— Wisdomous (@Youteecrush) October 15, 2017
The trend gained popularity quite quickly with also contributing quirky versions of nose pins. Following which Tanzila receive quite a lot of positive responses and she even added ‘CEO of #NosePinTwitter’ in her Twitter bio. What do you think of the nose pin trend that has gone viral? Do let us know in the comment section below.