Toronto is understandably distraught over the senseless van attack that left 10 dead and 15 injured yesterday. And, as the city mourns in this time of tragedy, some might find that a good laugh can help cope with the heartbreak.
At the very least, #TorontoStong might bring a smile to your face.
The misspelled hashtag has been used so many times now that it’s TRENDING on Twitter.
Twitter informs me that #TorontoStong is trending. It’s a nice sentiment, but someone maybe oughta check the spelling.
— Chris Johns (@ChrisandVinegar) April 24, 2018
Oh dear. #Torontostong is trending and it is a damn typo. A typo on a tragedy. The cringing can’t stop.
— Mikey Gorman (@MikeyGorman) April 24, 2018
How many people have to write #TorontoStong for it to be trending?
— Sizzlean Swift (@J_M_Macdonald) April 24, 2018
— Harpreet (@Harp9364) April 24, 2018
Of course, the outpouring of support from across the internet is appreciated no matter how you spell it and there’s been no shortage of that either. #TorontoTheGood is also trending, accompanied by messages of love and unity.