#Nowthatchersdead: Foul hashtag causes confusion; No, Cher isn’t dead

#Nowthatchersdead: Foul hashtag causes confusion; No, Cher isn’t dead

Some people are in a frenzy over the hashtag #nowthatchersdead.

It's "Now Thatcher's dead".
Not, "Now that Cher's dead"

JustSayin'

— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) April 08, 2013

Oh dear. Yet another foul hashtag is making the rounds as the depraved ghoulishly and revoltingly rejoice over Margaret Thatcher’s death.

The hashtag, #nowthatchersdead is incredible insulting to herself and family. Have you no shame? #DisrespectfulScumbags

— ALEX (@alexblaggerz) April 8, 2013

In this instance, the twisted is matched only by the idiocy: Some Twitter users are reading it as “now that Cher is dead.”

https://twitter.com/RichieBenaud_/status/321240991040430080

RIP CHER. Just saw the hashtag. Never was a fan myself but you've gotta respect her influence. #nowthatcherisdead

— ♞♞♞ (@sexyghosts) April 8, 2013

RIP CHER #thatcherisdead pic.twitter.com/rza0g9YpBm

— Korneel Evers (@Korneel_Evers) April 8, 2013

https://twitter.com/ronnypls/status/321232262253395968

RIP Cher. At least now we'll find out about life after love. #nowthatchersdead

— David Itzcovitz (@ItzDaveMedia) April 8, 2013

#nowthatchersdead RIP Cher, I believe in life after love….

— Oasmiths Division (@CammyBoYD) April 8, 2013

Bless their hearts. Of course, some may have just been egging on the confusion. In any event, fellow Twitter users are amused.

No salvation. RT @wonderlandmag: Some people on Twitter think Cher's dead because of #nowthatchersdead hashtag. We give up on humanity.

— Southgirl (@Southgirl09) April 8, 2013

Hilarious hashtag #nowthatchersdead People are thinking Cher has died.

— Maisie (@Yahyah56) April 8, 2013

Too funny. The celebratory hashtag #nowthatchersdead is being read wrong by distraught Cher fans…

— Rebecca Davis (@becsplanb) April 8, 2013

People on the hashtag #nowthatchersdead are reading it as "now that chers dead". Now that's hilarious.

— Nerd³ (@DanNerdCubed) April 8, 2013

The best part of this all, for me, is the Cher fans who have gone into meltdown thanks to hashtag #nowthatchersdead

— Susie Verrill (@rugbycupcakes) April 8, 2013

Cher death rumor: Debunked. What a relief. Whatever would we do without Cher’s oh-so-insightful tweets to “her lovelies“?

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/04/08/nowthatchersdead-foul-thatcher-death-hashtag-causes-confusion-no-cher-isnt-dead/

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