The Brief: Arguably, Friday is the most favored day of the week and Twitter users have created multiple Friday hashtags to celebrate the weekend approaching.
There are five hashtags that tend to trend on Twitter every Friday. Today’s points on social media are directed primarily towards the novel Coronavirus and how the disease has impacted the traditional five-day workweek.
Many social media users on Twitter usually share their thoughts on how the weekend is approaching while Friday is in full effect. #FridayFeeling relates to this weekly excitement and even though Twitter users have felt the vast impact of the Coronavirus, people are currently attempting to shed light on the liberating feeling of the weekend almost being here. Others are just expressing their random opinions of the day.
Chommie ke Friday #FridayFeeling pic.twitter.com/g8XoHMwyzc
— Ice pineapple 🍍 (@Thabiso_14M) April 3, 2020
Is anyone else hitting a shelter-in-place slump? #FridayFeeling pic.twitter.com/yEJdcpVeaO
— Kat McKay (@fineartkat) April 3, 2020
We hope you have a wonderful evening! We wuv you so much!
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️#FridayFeeling #AdoptDontShop #DogsofTwittter pic.twitter.com/fd84ShRpf5
— Penny Lane (@Penny_Lane_Pup) April 3, 2020
Every Friday, Twitter users share their #FridayThoughts on the social media platform which range from personal commentary involving politics, social criticism, or general words of wisdom.
When you’re stuck at home because of #coronavirus lockdown pic.twitter.com/IgOsfXeo1M
— Tomthunkit™ (@TomthunkitsMind) April 3, 2020
We actually have our state and federal governments fighting each other for medical supplies and people are still defending the actions of this president. Please use your vote wisely this November. #FridayThoughts
— Alison Faye (@alisonfaye) April 3, 2020
Things I bring into the grocery store if I must go:
1. Car keys
2. List of items
3. Credit card I will use
No purse, wallet, or phone. Why expose more than you have to? #FridayThoughts
— Sabrina Bladon (@Slojuk) April 3, 2020
Just like #FridayThoughts, #FridayMotivation is a weekly hashtag Twitter users Tweet with in order to share their supportive perspectives, uplifting remarks, and motivating commentary on their personal livelihoods and the current global climate.
Why stand up when you can work lying down? #teleworking #FridayMotivation pic.twitter.com/3veihGKOBo
— Wolf Conservation Center (@nywolforg) April 3, 2020
You can't say you've never seen the 'tip of the iceberg!'
Had a great solo hike this afternoon. #FridayMotivation #IcebergsNL #ShareYourWeather pic.twitter.com/rbzFXGzYJI
— Mark Gray 🇨🇦 (@GrayMarker99) April 3, 2020
Brought my weight bench and weights outside on the back porch today for my workout, it was so nice looking up at the sky rather than the ceiling and feeling the grass when I was on the ground doing core work, it’s the small things #WorkoutFromHome #FridayMotivation
— Jason Mendeloff (@JasonMendeloff) April 3, 2020
"Love what you do no matter how weird it starts to look." #FridayMotivation #FridayThoughts #MotivationalQuotes
— Ryan Demere (@ryandemerehere) April 3, 2020
#FridayVibes is another hashtag social media users take advantage of to share their Friday happenings, excitement, and opinions.
For breakfast I ate too many spaghettiOs …
now I'm having a vowel movement#FridayVibes pic.twitter.com/ACnlvVRCPH
— Nessa + Macie Doodle (@DoodleNessa) April 3, 2020
For Covid-19…. we're gonna scale through it ✌️#FridayVibes pic.twitter.com/jjRCLuYx2y
— Kathy's collection (@officialKathe) April 3, 2020