Queer Hash tags that are Outright Red flags for someone looking for Twitter Followers


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As you probably know, using hash tags alongside your tweets can help you attract more twitter likes and followers. However, when you are a twitter newbie, you can at times be tempted to use common but potentially provocative hash tags. To start with is #420. It is popular among marijuana users, and unless you want some smoking buddies, it is not the right hash tag to use when tweeting to attract followers.

On the other hand, you may have seen hash tags like #pron which is basically #porn, #nsfw which means not safe for work, and thus could potentially attract you nudists as followers or people with whom you share fewer values.  Okay, by now you have an idea that you should be careful with the hash tags you use. But we are not through yet. If you ever get tempted to add #cu46, just know you attracted a few twitter likes from people you invited to have sex with you. Finally, avoid any vulgar hash tags whatsoever.