How to share your sexiest moments with your friends on Twitter

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In 2016, one of the biggest trends on Twitter was the proliferation of “reaction gifs,” images of smiling women sharing their sexiest stories.

Today, there are more than 2.3 billion GIFs, and while it’s not the first GIF to capture the essence of a scene, the trend has become so popular that some social media platforms now offer GIFs to anyone who wants to share their story with their followers.

Here are 10 ways to share the most sexy moments of your day on Twitter.


“I saw you dancing!”

“It’s so cute when a sexy moment comes to you, and you can’t help but laugh at how well you’ve done, and the excitement around your dance is contagious,” wrote Twitter user @michaelbakerinny on May 1, 2017.

“It reminds me of when my brother and I were at my grandma’s house when she told me she was getting a new car.

I just had to get out there and dance.

I’m glad I can dance with you now!”

Two days later, @matthew_baconinny wrote that the “moment when I realized my girlfriend was really into me” was “like the most beautiful moment of my life, and I have never looked back.”


“Your friends are really cool.

What do you think about them?”

Some of the most popular GIFs on Twitter are GIFs of smiling people telling a story, with one GIF showing a young girl who says she’s had a crush on her best friend.

“My friend @dubnugget is the one I have a crush upon,” she writes.

“We had such a great time last night and I just wanted to say hello.

What’s your favorite way to tell a story?

On Aug. 26, 2018, @tristanpettaglia wrote that he was going to take his girlfriend to a “bikini club” in the city of New York because he “wanted to show her what I was really like.” “

Can I please have your number?”

On Aug. 26, 2018, @tristanpettaglia wrote that he was going to take his girlfriend to a “bikini club” in the city of New York because he “wanted to show her what I was really like.”

In an instant, he was followed by a million GIFs and the hashtag #bikiniclub.

On Sept. 1, 2018 he posted an image of himself in a bikini in the background.

“So, you’re back, babe,” he captioned it.

“The bikini is coming to New York and I’m going to give you a peek inside.”


“Who is that guy that you see every day on the subway?”

One of the best GIFs was posted by @taylorwilson on June 28, 2019.

In a video posted to his Instagram account, he can be seen standing in the middle of a subway platform with a large sign that reads, “Hey @nycstartsnow, you can see it all!”

He then posts a picture of himself, with a message from the sign, to his 2.5 million followers.

“This is the coolest thing you have ever seen,” he says, as he points out the subway’s stop sign and a man with a sign reading “Downtown Brooklyn” behind him.

The sign reads “You are welcome to NYC” and he captions it with, “Yup, I’m in Manhattan.



“What are you eating for lunch?

Is it sushi?”

“I’m not a sushi chef, but my family likes sushi, and my wife loves sushi,” wrote @maddi_michael on March 23, 2020.

“And so it was decided to make sushi.

And it was amazing, man.

It was amazing.

I love sushi.

It’s one of my favorite foods.

It makes me happy.

#foods4numbers,” she continued.

“Just one of those things that people really want to share.

It can be so good.

#toyota,” she wrote on May 31, 2020, the day she posted the image.


“Why don’t you take a selfie in the rain?”

On June 26, 2020 @sarahlouis_gill posted a GIF of her wearing a raincoat, saying she “wants to be able to tell my mom what a beautiful life she is.

She’s a beautiful person, and she’s also a beautiful girl.”

The caption, which went viral, was a direct quote from another Twitter user, @yaymatsumiko.

“You know, I’ve been a little overwhelmed with my life.

I’ve really just wanted the world to know I’m an amazing person.

And I want to tell you that I’m proud to be you,” she says in the caption.


“Hey, my favorite person in the world is you.”

On July 28, 2020 Twitter user joe_samantha_knight posted a photo of herself in a black and white