These are some #FinePeopleFromPakistan
If you’ve been on Twitter lately, you’ve probably noticed a few more selfies of beautiful people on your feed than usual.
And when we say a few, we mean maybe a hundred or so more.
That’s right friends, it’s a #SelfieNation right now.
— shy fawkes (@aloovibes) March 12, 2018
— strEESsed (@alyees) March 13, 2018
— A🌹 (@awholedumbassb) March 12, 2018
The hashtag, ‘#FinePeopleFromPakistan’ has been trending and Pakistanis all over the world are sharing their beautiful selves by putting up their own selfies or pictures of Pakistanis they find ‘fiiiiiine.’
— الينا (@franceesi) March 11, 2018
— Moochar (@AsliBinLaden) March 12, 2018
— m a h u🌹 (@mahubilli) March 12, 2018
The hashtag was spearheaded by Twitter user, ‘@Aliyouby’ with his own selfies.
Who knew putting up a couple of selfies of oneself could lead to a worldwide trending movement. Man, just think, if we had a trending hashtag for every selfie we took, WHAT WOULD THE DIGITAL WORLD LOOK LIKE?
(Probably not really any different, but a writer can dream.)
But anyway, the tag has since been taking off and Pakistanis of the world are showing off their love for the ABSOLUTE beauty of Pakistan.
— Tallie Dar (@talliedar) March 12, 2018
— Qasim Khankhail (@QasimKhankhail) March 12, 2018
— loud feminist bint (@komzz) March 12, 2018
Also, can we just talk about the fact that this hashtag is not only showing off the outer beauty of our people but the inner beauty of them as well?
— Tootsiyah (@Tootsiyah) March 13, 2018
— Ayman #Troll Sherwani (@AymanSherwani) March 13, 2018
Users are taking the opportunity to remember the people we may not give credit to on a day to day basis. Individuals like Asma Jahangir, Abdul Sattar Edhi, and Arfa Karim Randhawa, whose efforts, bravery, and resilience have helped shape our country and have made it as beautiful as it is today.
— بلال (@_bilalshabir) March 13, 2018
— Mix Sherni Plate 🏳️🌈 (@Boorishian) March 13, 2018
Here’s to all the beautiful people of our country, you are most definitely, #FinePeopleFromPakistan.
Have you seen the hashtag? What do you think of it? Do you love it? Do you hate it? Don’t hate it, hates a strong word. Let us know what you think in the comments below! Love you.
Cover images via: @Komzz/@QasimKhankhail