‘Honesty’ app Sarahah is the new fad among netizens. It is a mobile app for sending messages under the cloak of anonymity to anyone who has an account on it. The developers of the app said that it will enable people to develop self-confidence and stay motivated through ‘constructive and positive’ feedbacks.
But everyone is not believing the idea of this application.
— That Goan Boy (@schmmuck) August 13, 2017
Social media is abuzz with the pros and cons of this bizarre mobile application which lets you literally message anyone without revealing your identity. Twitter is flooded with memes justifying why we do not need Sarahah in our lives.
Phases of #Sarahah:
1. Criticize Sarahah.
2. Sign up with enthusiasm.
3. Spam with screenshots.
4. Delete Sarahah.
5. Criticize Sarahah.
— Ashna Agarwal (@ashna0711) August 15, 2017
There are two types of people:
1. People with balls
2. #Sarahah users
— Daood Siddiqui (@theunwantedaood) August 14, 2017
Do you know who are the most useless people on planet?
Ans : All of them who registered to #Sarahah and now posting screenshots everywhere
— Meenakshi (@Mew__new) August 13, 2017
— Piyush Jain (@PJ_CRACKER) August 12, 2017
No DM wale log #Sarahah pe account khol rahe hain. Okay then!
— Nikhil Wad (@nikhilswad) August 12, 2017
*opens #sarahah account*
*sends self msgs like 'u r hot' 'i love you'*
*shares on every other social media*
Omg! I am so loved & popular
— forever_akela (@forever_akela) August 12, 2017
— nusfu || #POET_ARTIST (@Yoongis_beloved) August 12, 2017
Plot twist; #Sarahah releases all your identities to who you sent messages to after a week
— brian kuira (@kuirab) August 12, 2017