I forget which celebrity it was, but an RIP for one of them became a trend post to Twitter last week. Turned out the rumours of his death were false. I posted “We should all do a fake RIP for each other just to see if anyone notices.” Well, Catherinette noticed and wrote an RIP for me. Thanks Catherinette.
RIP @thatgrrl she was an inspirational tweeter. I want her followers. #RIPrumors
RIP @Catherinette Well known for being gorgeous, glamorous and modest. Send chocolate to her home address. #RIPrumors
Pick someone and write a fake RIP for them and post it to Twitter (or keep it to 140 characters or less, if you don’t use Twitter).
Note: There is the issue of the Canadian spelling of ‘rumour’ versus ‘rumor’. I chose to stick with Canadian spelling for my post but kept the US spelling for Catherinette on Twitter. Does that make sense? Of course not. 🙂