On Tuesday, the account for 19th-century opinion program Fox & Friends asked Twitter users what stuff from 2014 they were "over," kicking things off with the above (apparently un-ironic) image and the hashtag #OverIt2014. It went about as well as you'd expect.
— Crave That New Years (@Slammy_P) December 30, 2014
— Wrong Opinion Guy (@gewqk) December 30, 2014
— Gabe Ortíz (@TUSK81) December 30, 2014
— S.H. Carlyle (@houseofcarlyle) December 30, 2014
I'm totally over patriarchal power structures, institutionalized racism, and transmisogyny #OverIt2014
— Carolyn Petit (@carolynmichelle) December 30, 2014
#OverIt2014 vape juice from foreign countries
— Camden's finest (@anbrll00) December 30, 2014
To their social media manager's credit, the hashtag did elicit at least one sincere reply, from Tea Party activist Neal Boortz...
Tats. Urban yodeling. Baba Wawa. Broccoli. Al Sharpton. Global warming. and ..... 0BAMA. #OverIt2014
— Neal Boortz (@Talkmaster) December 30, 2014
...but the general response is probably best summed up by this tweet:
— clups (@clups) December 30, 2014
[Image via Twitter]