Twitter woke up with the Hooters trend among the most prominent in Mexico, this, as a result of a strange story that occurred in one of the restaurants.
Twitter woke up with the Hooters trend among the most prominent in Mexico.
A user of the platform said in his profile that a waitress from the restaurant chain allegedly asked him for his cell phone number.
The opinions on the matter did not wait.
Twitter woke up with the Hooters trend Bahrain Phone Number List among the most prominent in Mexico, this, as a result of a strange story that occurred in one of the restaurants.
A user of the 280-character platform said in his profile that a waitress from the restaurant chain allegedly asked him for his cell phone number, to which he did not agree because he is a doctor and hinted that it seems little to him to have a partner who has the job of waitress, given her academic level.
This is the original tweet:
Today we went to Hooters and a waitress (Pretty) was flirting with me all the time and before we left she asked me for my cell phone number.
Of course, I did not give it to him and not because I was a waitress. For the fact of being a Doctor and having my expectations and aspirations clear on a personal level.
– Miguel AS (@me_nunk) October 8, 2018
But as it happens on the internet and especially on Twitter, the opinions on the matter did not wait, even new versions of what “really happened”, because users defined the publication as classist .
I don’t know why I think it was like this: “We went to Hooters, I liked a waitress, I asked her for her phone number, she didn’t give it to me and I’m totally stupid. Oh, and I’m a doctor ”.
– Disgrace Kelly (@DisgraceK) October 9, 2018
Today we went to Júters series… pic.Phone Number List
– Angel Gallegos (@gallegoso) October 9, 2018
This caused some to defend Hooters, as a site in which great minds from universities in the United States have worked , to later lead international corporations and even actresses .
And to think that this blue-eyed beauty Amy Adams worked in a hooters and will never have the possibility of having the phone number of a Doctorcillo from Veracruz. pic.twitter.com/SecqV2DIZR
– Fer (@SuperChesse) October 9, 2018
The conversation has spread to more than 2,762 tweets (as of the time of publication of this note), but is it not a brand strategy? If not, maybe it should, because the engagement it has generated is undeniable.
The strategy would set a new guideline for brands on how to generate conversation through the brand on social networks.