Mexico Mayor's Temblor Tweet Goes Viral:
Mexico City mayor, Marcelo Ebrard, often turns to Twitter to sound the alarm regarding regional earthquakes. Only when a 6.0 magnitude temblor early Wednesday morning shook central Mexico near the town of Tlalchapa, 107 miles southwest of Mexico City, the mayor forgot to include one thing: spaces. Literally translated his tweet, "Tenemossismo," read: "Wehaveanearthquake."
He continued the updates throughout the pre-dawn of the morning alerting the world that no injuries, and no major damages had occurred, and all transportation systems were working normally. So naturally, the grammar police on Twitter had nothing to do but go back to that original tweet about the seismic event and poke fun at it.
As of this Thursday morning "Tenemossismo" has been re-tweeted 6,163 times. Many have reminded their social media users to: "Keep calm" because "Wehaveanearthquake and Wedonothavespaces."