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Curated Tweets: Happy April fools’ day with #NoynoyingApril1

It’s April 1 which means it is April Fool’s day. The day is marked by the commission of good-humoured or otherwise funny jokes, hoaxes, and other practical jokes of varying sophistication on friends, family members, teachers, neighbors, work associates, etc.

Most of the tweets on #NoynoyingApril1 looked more like a wishlist for the President.

@tonyocruz started this hashtag #NoynoyingApril1 shortly after 12 midnight with “Noynoying added to Filipino dictionary by Sentro ng Wikang Filipino #NoynoyingApril1” . More tweets followed reaping praises on how “I heart President Noy because ________”, on how hardworking our President is, certifying the RH Bill and FOI Bill as urgent, replacement of government officials, moratorium on tuition fees, rollback of oil prices and more.


My contribution is

“”Noynoying” included in the 2012 London Summer Olympic games as a special event #noynoyingApril1″

@FDPascual replied with “@momblogger CONFIRMED: Noynoying in summer Olympics. Players lie under apple trees. First to catch falling apple wins the gold”

If only Glenn Ocampo Garcia tweet on “@PresidentNoy orders DAR to immediately distribute the Hacienda Luisita land to its farmers. #NoynoyingApril1” will come true.

Rep Niel Tupas seems to be a favorite with tweets from @tonyocruz “Report: Speaker Belmonte announces removal of Tupas as chief prosecutor in Corona trial due to gross incompetence #NoynoyingApril1” and “@tonyocruz Lead Prosecutor Tupas will be replaced by Atty. Vitaliano Aguirre #NoynoyingApril1”. I added “Congressman Niel Tupas appointed Presidential Spokesperson to replace Edwin Lacierda #NoynoyingApril1”

There are more funny tweets. Read on (to be updated)

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