Twitter is no stranger to bizarre trends and even more bizarre news. Given the fact that every quirk takes the form of a trend on Twitter, this is only natural. The latest trend on Twitter that has got us wondering about the unique wiring of human brains is the ‘Venmo Me’ requests. Well, people are totally unabashed as they seek some dollars from fellow Twitter users for the oddest of reasons. And conveniently, Venmo Me has become the euphemism for asking for money. Well, Venmo offers you an option, why refuse it. As appalling as it might sound, the fact remains that Twitter trends never fail to surprise us. Hence, all we can do is go with the flow. Who knows, perhaps the Venmo Me trend would even be a measure of Twitter Town’s magnanimity.
There was a time in the past when humans practiced the barter system. And now we have humans unabashedly asking for money. We are yet to decide whether this is a good sign or bad because this simultaneously seems like putting unwavering faith in the generosity of the human mind, and a work of overactive brain cells. The former or latter, we already have Venmo Me trending on Twitter. Let us take a look at the wonderfully bizarre requests.
If you would like to help me pay for basic things like transportation, groceries and some utilities, I could really use that help as I work to get myself through school and life. Help can be sent to $Xenolegend on cashapp or xenolegend on Venmo. I have PayPal too. Thank you. ✊🏽
— Strawhat Jabir (@MarxIsMyNigga) July 18, 2022
Desperation at its finest or boldness at its finest. You choose.
#venmo me pls bc I’m sad & want starbs 🥺 pic.twitter.com/prDOEwkf9f
— Ix (@letliveixnix) July 11, 2022
Perhaps it is time for us to join the trend as well
#VenmoMe of course everyone needs it but these 6 months have been the worst. This would help tremendously pic.twitter.com/vbpbVZ4BAh
— Ashley Timari (@ashtimari) July 19, 2022
Staying single is not a bad idea after all. Perhaps this is the universe telling you.
#VenmoMe I definitely want to get married but can't afford it 😆 pic.twitter.com/VkMtfz7Pu8
— Brandon Jackson (@jacjack202) July 19, 2022
Well, a little bit of disappointment every now and then is healthy
‘Pretty Please’ is a good enough reason
#VenmoMe pretty please? Lol 🤑 pic.twitter.com/AhDeg5pL7x
— Mae Mae (@GlendaL44638634) July 19, 2022
Some might counter that with the question, “Why should we” LOL
#VenmoMe, because lol why not 🤞🏾🤞🏾 pic.twitter.com/eTyRZE82z4
— Naí robí (@lady_Bugzz) July 19, 2022
i’m planning my wedding right now and have 3 coming up to attend!! help me spoil all the brides 🥲💗💍💒 #VenmoMe pic.twitter.com/76s7UbLUjb
— kate hunter (@kate3lizabethh) July 19, 2022
Appreciation is a good virtue.
Here is a viable solution from a fellow user who clearly seems exasperated
These #venmome people should just buy $CZNI and stop asking for $$ https://t.co/NG38rhlB10
— Jon (@Houston20Jon) July 19, 2022
Must have been really hard finding that touching caption.
Always the groomsman, never the groom. #VenmoMe https://t.co/gnJ7evZY12 pic.twitter.com/HBhndvt4L6
— Not Mark Wahlberg (@_MarkWithAnM) July 19, 2022
Maybe we should stop attending weddings
Well. The frustration is understandable.
Begging for money on Twitter is the biggest cringe moment I’ve ever experienced.
People really need to get a life. They think they’re owed things without working for them?
I hate my generation. Very lazy and entitled. #genZ #VenmoMe
— Davidé (@david__dennison) July 19, 2022
Blessing, yes, you might have a chance at that. But the money, that is doubtful.
#VenmoMe please bless me 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/TRZd5T2hXI
— 🦋𝕽𝖎𝖘𝖘𝖆🦋 (@itsClarissaBray) July 19, 2022
We never run out of choices. How comforting
#VenmoMe or just Cash app me please 😆
— Naimo The Narrator (@KingNaimo) July 19, 2022
Now that’s just sad
Wish it were weddings. Only funerals, lately. :/ #VenmoMe pic.twitter.com/uFLqAvHB2x
— Josette Covell (@JC_Wxornot) July 19, 2022
If only making money was that easy