Do you know what's annoying the crap out of me now?
Now that everyone, EVERYONE, is using the hashtag, the new best joke for the internet is the humorous hashtag. Back when they were used on Twitter and Tumblr and pretty much nowhere else, I used to think humorous hashtags (the humashtag?) were pretty funny, and I may have executed some myself.
Nowadays, they've gone the way of planking where everyone including your grandmother knows what it is - not necessarily what it's FOR - and therefore I declare that it is time for the witty hashtag to go to the place where internet memes go to die.
This is especially true because I've just finished reading Brandi Glanville's book (judge away, Judgy McJudgerson!) and she has put. Hashtags. In her book.
IT IS OVERRRRR.
I don't have a problem with funny hashtags per se, just the trying-really-hard-to-be-hilarious ones.
Here's a tip: putting # in front of a sentence doesn't make it any funnier.