The latest Twitter hashtag to take off gives an unflinching glimpse into what people really think about America.
#AmericaInFiveWords is just that – tweeters' thoughts about the U.S., whether from inside the country or around the world. Some observations are hilarious, some downright depressing and others simply a celebration of ... Taco Bell?
Check out some of the #AmericaInFiveWords tweets:
#AmericaInFiveWords Guns? Legal. Kinder Eggs? Nope.— Evan Edinger (@EvanEdinger) December 28, 2014
"What's the password to your wifi" #AmericaInFiveWords— JOSEPH (@JosephAAyoub) December 28, 2014
#AmericaInFiveWords Freedom Justice America Taco Bell— Evan Edinger (@EvanEdinger) December 28, 2014
#AmericaInFiveWords Cops are above the law— Osmosis (@MichaelOsmosis) December 28, 2014
Refills. Seinfeld. Hooters. First amendment. #AmericaInFiveWords— Tim Stanley (@timothy_stanley) December 28, 2014
#AmericaInFiveWords Freedom: Some restrictions may apply.— Tyrone. (@yeahrighttyrone) December 28, 2014
Where innovation thrives, despite conservatives. #AmericaInFiveWords— David Neeff (@DavidNeeff) December 28, 2014
Made In China by Children #AmericaInFiveWords— TheNewDeal (@TheNewDeal) December 28, 2014
We are Never Wrong, Ever. #AmericaInFiveWords— TheNewDeal (@TheNewDeal) December 28, 2014