If you had to think of a slogan for yourself, what would it be? What if it had to be the very last text message you sent?
The Washington Post writer Elaina Plott asked exactly that question in a post to Twitter on Tuesday.
The last text message you sent is your newspaper slogan— Elaina Plott (@elainaplott) March 13, 2017
Plott tweeted in the aftermath of The Washington Post changing its newspaper slogan from "The Paper that Digs Deeper" to '" Democracy Dies in Darkness".
The new slogan has been labelled everything from morbid to bizarre, some questioning if it is a response to President Trump's war on the media. Even The New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet said it 'sounds like the next Batman movie' at the South by Southwest Conference last month.
Regardless, Plott's question has received a huge response. What would your new personal slogan be?
@elainaplott 10 Vodka Sodas IS a lot.— Deebs (@shumad1) March 13, 2017
@elainaplott "Thought we left that shit in 1998."— errin haines whack (@emarvelous) March 13, 2017
@elainaplott "Home before 7 with beer"— NickdMiller (@NickdMiller) March 13, 2017
@elainaplott "cats and dogs living together"— James McCarten (@CdnPressStyle) March 13, 2017
@elainaplott "I'll only eat pizza if the slices are bigger than my head"— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) March 13, 2017
@elainaplott "Just indigestion probably."— Helen Kennedy (@HelenKennedy) March 13, 2017