The Mumbai Police Is used to give social messages from its Twitter handle in the form of memes. Its latest meme takes a leaf out of Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank You, Next’ song.
The song is Ariana Grande’s latest single, which is the break-up anthem and has left people inspired to give value to self-love. One such particular line from the song has garnered attention — “One taught me love, One taught me patience, And one taught me pain”. The line has gone on to become one of the most popular memes.
The Mumbai Police decided to use pictures of school girls at a zebra crossing, traffic guard managing vehicles, and other traffic rules to highlight traffic rules.
The Mumbai Police tweet reads like this, “One taught me love, One taught me patience, And one taught me pain”
One taught me love
One taught me patience
One taught me pain pic.twitter.com/G0IvOMpcS6
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 9, 2018
Here are some of the reactions.
From where do they come up with such stuff. Who Handels your Twitter account?? Because I kind of love it. 😍 https://t.co/D1T6WCj1tg
— S.A (@itna_nai_sochte) November 10, 2018
— San ◟̽◞̽ (@sanmalikson) November 9, 2018
The Savage level of Mumbai Police 10000!!!!@ArianaGrande
— PRATHAM ARYA (@PRATHAMARYA4) November 10, 2018
Mumbai police got no chill https://t.co/qn9DzlEsIH
— Varsha (@nvvarsha) November 9, 2018
— SaUraV (@ilu_shak) November 9, 2018
— H O P E . (@ankitaranipanda) November 10, 2018
|Mumbai Police gives out best messages in a lighter way using memes. And this is not the first time that Mumbai Police has created memes. Earlier, they have created memes on Daisy Shah’s Race 3 dialogue, Janhvi Kapoor’s Dhadak dialogue, and Nun poster.|