What is love?
We’re surrounded by it, we’ve read books and poems, studied artworks, listened to songs and watched movies full of love, but defining it always seems impossible. This year Twitter asked itself the same question and a few weeks ago it asked its users to share their opinions through the hashtag #WeMetOnTwitter.
The best answers, actually not the best but the truest ones, have been turned into billboards and hung in the subway stations of New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
The #LoveTwitter campaign, created just for Valentine’s Day, tries to represent the true thoughts that people have about love, couple’s life, marriage or the search for a soul mate. Users’ tweets are hilarious and are proof that true love is far from what we’ve always been told and that the famous “they lived happily ever after” is more a “they lived forever between ups and downs, laughter and misunderstandings, and a lot of irony”.