This week Twitter unveiled their new 24-hour post feature (see: Facebook, Instagram stories) although it perhaps didn’t have quite the reaction they’d expected.
The names Fleets (presumably utilising the double ‘ee’ in the word tweet, while referencing their ‘fleeting’ expiration) has sparked humour amongst gay Twitter, with it also being a brand of home enema.
On a side-note: the idea of Tweets disappearing after 24 hours is almost redundant because most tweets get lost in the Twitterverse anyway (unless you’re sat scrolling through someone’s old tweets trying to get them cancelled).
So the only benefits are closeted-racists who don’t want said tweets to come back later and haunt them. And expiring dick pics.