1. Reaction gifs – replying to a tweet or text with a gif rather than words – became extremely popular on social media in 2017. But according to the gif-sharing app Tenor, what was the most popular gif of 2017?

                 a) A man blinking and looking confused.

                 b) Barack Obama dunking a basketball.

                 c) Two minions laughing.

                d) Jon Hamm nodding his head in an “if you say so” kind of way.

  2. One of these is a new social media network used by hundreds of millions of teenagers and valued at $1bn. The other four do not exist. Which one is real?

               a) Music.ly.

               b) BantsBible.

               c) VidVote.

               d) BullyME.

               e) #SingSong.

      3. Twitter increased its limit to 280 characters this year. Taking advantage of the extra space, very tedious people used Wingdings to play all but one of the following games:

               a) Pong.

               b) Connect Four.

               c) Chess.

               d) Tetris.

              e) What’s a Finstagram?

      4. A fake Instagram account where you post more openly to just a few friends because the social pressure of posting is too much.

              a) A fallow Instagram account that used to be busy, but now never gets updated because the social pressure of posting is too much.

              b) A “fail” Instagram post where you delete a photo when it doesn’t get enough likes because the social pressure of posting is too much.

              c) A futility Instagram post where you’re about to post, but then you just hurl your phone across the room instead because the social pressure of posting is too much.

Drum roll…….

And the answers are:

1) a – 2) a – 3) a – 4) a

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