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Google India’s tweet on Valentine’s Day for singles has people on social media in splits

YouTube India had a witty response to it too and showed solidarity to all singles and asked to press F for those "Feeling Lucky".

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 7, 2020 10:33:22 am
valentine's day, google india, valentines day for single, google india valentines day tweet, google funny tweets, indian express Taking inspiration from the tech giant’s tweet, desi Tweeple too responded in a similar fashion.

Valentine’s Day is around the corner but it isn’t much of an occasion for the singles of the world, and Google India seemed to have got that right in a tweet. The official handle recently shared what it really feels like to be single, and on social media, people agreed.

Adopting a popular meme trend, Google said that this Valentine’s Day the only recommendation YouTube will have for lonely hearts is ‘Tanhaaai’, a popular song from Aamir Khan-starrer Dil Chahta Hai.

YouTube India had a witty response and asked people to press F for those “Feeling Lucky”.

However, the tech companies were not the only one who got in on the joke:

It’s not the first time that Google India has poked fun at people using a popular meme. In 2019, the global tech company trolled users with the ‘really really really meme’ asking Indian users a very serious question, ‘Why do people keep asking the Google Assistant to marry them?

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