Sagacious. Astuteness. Figurine. Rectitude.
Bet some of you would have'd to open the dictionary for finding the meaning of these words. Now consider that a tweet by Uttar Pradesh Tourism's official Twitter handle carried all these four words!
Earlier today, the Uttar Pradesh tourism board put up this tweet to promote Varanasi, which blew the minds of users:
Umm yeah..confused? So are we, by this high-flowing language which makes no sense at all.
Obviously, Twitterati took no time to troll UP Tourism big time and went on to rip apart the random assortment of words used in the tweet. They got trolled so much that they were forced to delete their tweet for the fear of being trolled further.
So impressive-sounding. Makes so little sense. I strongly suspect Deepak Chopra has started writing for UP tourism. https://t.co/KtJVGIxxEJ— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) August 11, 2016
Looks like they have a competition. Beat this!
The lexical luxuriance embodied in this tweet is a testament to the adroitness of the wordsmith who whittled it. https://t.co/KZrtgobGMU— Rahul Roushan (@rahulroushan) August 11, 2016
I am not stunned. I have seizure-d the quietude. https://t.co/bGFdQNeGM5— azz rey (@nvrknwn) August 11, 2016
Their English teacher must be so proud!
The unbeaten incomprehensible bs from UP tourism is no less than a war on English language pic.twitter.com/GPvQqeY5Xz— SamSays (@samjawed65) August 11, 2016
Yes seems, finally this scene from Friends has translated into reality
So, Chandler took interview of the guy who tweeted from UP Tourism's handle pic.twitter.com/70W8KmkNbe— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) August 11, 2016
When you want to top GRE but end up becoming the curator of UP Tourism account. pic.twitter.com/zkSuz076Rm— The-Lying-Lama ☔️ (@KyaUkhaadLega) August 11, 2016
Looks like UP Tourism just cracked a perfect score in GRE verbal section, and wants to show off 😊 https://t.co/qByyUL1Shd— Amit Paranjape (@aparanjape) August 11, 2016
This isn't the first time they have played with vocabulary. Looks like they have been doing this since a long time, but Twitter didn't notice it before. Have a look at this one