Out of nowhere, the Sarahah app has become the top trend in India and worldwide rankings on app stores. Claiming to be the honest app for honest people , the developer says the app is meant to share constructive criticism with each other, while the identity of the sender remains anonymous. But do you really think people around us are so innocuous that they would let go of a golden opportunity of being critical? Of course not! Also Read - No, Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and Instagram will not stop working in India (Not right now)Also Read - Pakistan blocks Facebook, Twitter and other social media apps until 3 pm
Well, people on Sarahah app are really pouring their hearts out. People have received some heart whelming anonymous messages on the app, from people they drifted apart years ago maybe, or from someone they loved or were once friends with. However, the real savagery here is seen on Twitter. People are sharing the anonymous confessions they received on Sarahah, and they’re posting them on Twitter. And boy, I badly want to fetch them a pail of water to pour on the burns! ALSO READ: Sarahah app: Do we really need an honest messaging app? Also Read - Her Circle content and social media platform launched on the occasion of International Women’s Day
Here’s an attempt at reigniting true love that totally went down the drain when RealKevinSnyder refused to recognize him/her.
And how many people exactly did you video call with listening to music?
Or this one
Or this dark soul
Some ice cold water please, right now.
*cough* burn *cough*
But some people are just adorable!
These don t fit the savage or the adorable chats, but they are hilarious
By the way, don t miss the trolling