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Black Twitter Goes In With #TIMEtitles Because Of TIME‘s “Bae” Article [Photos]

 

Because the Internets never sleep, Black Twitter delivered an onslaught of knee-slapping #TIMEtitles, following TIME magazine’s article on the word “bae.”

After Pharrell Williams debuted his lighthearted, multicolored visual for “Come Get It Bae” featuring Miley Cyrus, TIME published an entire article trying to explain what the word “bae” truly stands for. In “This Is What ‘Bae’ Means,” the author behind the overreaching write-up goes on and on about the possible meanings of the now-popular term “bae,” while picking at its root and even veering off into definitions of “weird” and “f*ck.” Talk about moonshine rubbish.

As a result, the Twitterverse went in with hilarious slander aimed at mocking TIME for its loquacious article.

Peep some of the BEST #TIMEtitles tweets on the following pages.

Photos: Twitter

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  • NeikiC

    These are ridiculously funny.

  • Sleepy One

    These were funny

  • Yerp

    #17 and #18… damn near dead! lls

  • Sick and tired already!

    I am so sick of people trying to figure out OUR culture, only to eventually claim it as their own. Like they stated everything…Give me a break already, sick with YOURS and we will stick with OURS. There is no need to try and understand….we don’t want you to PERIOD!

  • R!-Goddamn-Diculous

    LMAO @ #20!!…..

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