His ingenious tweets have been keeping people engaged both on Twitter and even off it.
But while Shashi Tharoor has never been one to shy away from introducing Twitterati to his exquisite vocabulary, it seems, things are now changing.
Tharoor took to Twitter to wish his followers a Merry Christmas, yesterday, and that's all that he did. No difficult to pronounce words, no new additions for personal vocabulary listings and definitely no mad dash to the Dictionary was needed to figure out his wishes.
'Tis the season to be merry (& for some, to freeze!) Whether you are celebrating amid snow or with cotton balls masquerading as snow, may the festive spirit bring you good cheer at year's end. But spare a thought for He who was born today to spread love, peace & brotherhood... pic.twitter.com/rSKQm9vo3P— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) December 24, 2017
And while the wish was sweet, the non embellished tweets left the followers waiting for more. And Twitterati made sure that Tharoor knew that.
Sir, 2-4 words of the day bhi daal do pilizzz🙏 😊😊— Neech Guy (@Hidden_Humor) December 24, 2017
Since it's Christmas he gave an easy one '.masquerade '. Season Greetings!👍— Anamika Thomas (@anamika_thomas) December 24, 2017
Not done Sir... Seems someone else masquerading as you .. Merry Christmas, nevertheless!— The NewSyrup (@newsyrup) December 25, 2017
No difficult words, not done.— Ninad Kharkar (@ninadkharkar) December 24, 2017
Sir this time I didn’t have to check the meaning of masquerading. Merry Christmas sir.— viswanath jagannath (@vishyjagannath) December 24, 2017
Mr. Tharoor, Twitter seems to prefer the rodomontade, so will you please bring it back?