People are using Arabic letters to complete English sentences ... and it's epic

"When you text him at ن and he doesn’t reply by 11:59"

Deputy Executive Editor

Just when you thought linguistic memes couldn't get any better, one social media user comes along to prove you wrong...

Over the weekend, Twitter user @yaramub decided to share her emotions on the microblogging platform with a simple tweet that read:

"I feel quite sad," substituting the English word "sad" with the Arabic letter (ص).

The tweet ultimately went viral, amassing nearly 1,000 re-tweets at the time of writing.

This is how it all started...

 

@yaramubi feel quite ص

 

Other linguistic puns soon followed: "Did he leave you on seen?"

 

"Tell your dad that you're sad"

 

"I like this meme"

?@yaramub

 

i feel quite ص

 

وسيم@ZeuWassim

I liked this م

 

 

"When you text him at noon and he doesn't reply by 11:59"

 

?@yaramub

 

i feel quite ص

 

 

When you text him at ن and he doesn’t reply by 11:59

 

 

"I'm afraid of 3ein"

?@yaramub

 

i feel quite ص

وسيم@ZeuWassim

I am afraid of ع

 

 

"Maybe la2an hiye ma btenta2"

 

"You're wow"

 

 

But why tho you're و

 

 

"Just cheer up and go to the gym"

 

"Best linguistic meme I've seen today"

 

Some just didn't get it

 

?@yaramub

 

i feel quite ص

 

QueeNeesha @_yrFavJelly

Didn't get ت

 

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