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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsElon Musk is pretty active on Twitter and regularly replies to people who tweet to him, but turns out his replies actually help him make more money as well. Yep, who would've thought that just his reply would encourage someone to buy a Tesla? But it's Elon Musk and anything related to him never fails to surprise us. So, this all started back in October when professional Fortnite player Turner 'Tfue' Tenney tweeted to Elon Musk asking if he can help him get better internet. Pretty normal, right? People tweet to each other all the time. Elon even replied to him. Yes — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 15, 2018 But, turns out that simple 'yes' meant a lot to Tfue and he promised to buy a Tesla just because Elon replied. I mean, Elon is a pretty busy person, of course, so it means a lot to get a reply from him. I'm gonna buy a @Tesla now because you replied ðð» — Tfue (@TTfue) October 15, 2018 Fast forward three months and Tfue has lived up to his tweet from October and has bought a Tesla! This car is incredible ðð» @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/pmUR0v3bNk — Tfue (@TTfue) January 15, 2019 He actually did it! I mean, we all know it's a great car and Tfue was probably planning on buying it anyway but with the tweets, it became one hell of a story about a car. The best part, though, is that Elon again replied to him! Does this man just live on Twitter? Glad you like it https://t.co/7FbQc0M9M5 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 15, 2019 But, does this second reply mean Tfue has to buy another car? I hope so, just because it'll be so funny. Moreover, this also has the potential to turn into a new innovative sales strategy where Elon can just sell so many cars by just replying to people on Twitter.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsRandom guys telling girls to 'smile more often because they'll look more pretty' is one of the most common unsolicited advice women get, it happens so frequently that over the years it has also become a meme. But, what happens when you say that to the most respected person in the country? He definitely doesn't (and can't) reply like Ilana and Abbi from 'Broad City'. This morning, someone tweeted to Prime Minister Narendra Modi how everything else is great but he should smile more often. Only one thing Modiji, u should smile more often!!ð Baaki sab mast haiâº — Shilpi Agarwal (@_svagarwal) July 21, 2018 Well, he takes this advice and replies with a simple 'point taken'. Point taken. :) https://t.co/xtFMxxO8M6 — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 22, 2018 Notice that smiley? See, he's started already. Or maybe, that's a very passive aggressive smiley, because let's be real, most of us don't use it genuinely. But, that's just the millennial in me talking, just like our parents, he probably didn't use it to be passive aggressive. Let's be real, we can all agree this – Twitter And this – Twitter Is better than this any day! Twitter You know what is the sure shot way of making sure PM Modi is always smiling? Telling everyone to reply to his good morning texts on Whatsapp instead of ignoring them.