#SaturdayFun: Mumbai Police nails the 'Thank You, Next' meme
Through their humorous and witty tweets, Mumbai Police has always given us civic lessons.
They caught the eye of Twitterati once again by joining the 'Thank You, Next' craze, based on Ariana Grande's song.
The lines of the song, 'One taught me love, one taught me patience, One taught me pain', started a memefest and Mumbai police didn't stay behind.
Mumbai Police is back with another witty tweet
Netizens lovin' it
Ariana's song has given a new purpose to meme makers
As it was expected from them, social media users hopped on the meme train by picking the three lines and using them with perfection.
Netizens once again showed how brilliantly they can take anything and turn it into a meme.
From Shah Rukh Khan to American presidents, no one was spared. Meme makers got to work and we couldn't stop ROFLing.
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On a related note, here's why the song is special
Jokes apart, Ariana's song is special as it depicts what she learned from her past relationships.
Ariana's love-life has always created a buzz in the media, especially after her rapper ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died from drug-overdose in September.
In the song, she has dropped names of her exes- Miller, Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, and Pete Davidson, thanking them for the values they taught her.
Hats off to you!
Mumbai Police delivers lessons in the most awesome way possible
Meanwhile, Mumbai Police and their amusing messages have been top-notch.
They know the trends, stay on top of it, mix it with humor and voila we get hard-hitting messages.
From Daisy Shah's 'My Data is My Data, None of Your Data' to the 'Chai Peelo' aunty meme, their game has been on point.
The social media team of Mumbai Police deserves a medal.
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