Girls go wild as the hashtag #GirlsgoWild takes off in #Greensboro.
Here’s what we know so far.
The #GirlsGOWild hashtag was created by two young girls and one of them posted a video about it on Facebook, showing her boyfriend playing with his hair.
The hashtag was also used in a viral video by a couple of friends, with the two of them playing video games in a house.
But it didn’t really take off until a video by two girls on Instagram started making the internet rounds, and the internet picked up the story.
Here are some of the things that have been happening since the hashtag was born.
1) The hashtag started trending on Twitter and was shared more than 15,000 times as of Tuesday morning.
The women are not the only ones posting about it.
“There’s been a lot of discussion about what’s going on in the world, but this is our moment to go wild,” wrote a friend who asked not to be named.
“I’m still a little overwhelmed.
The girls have created this, but we’re just the tip of the iceberg.”
2) The girls are not alone.
The trend started on Instagram and has spread to other social media platforms, including Twitter, Instagram Stories and Facebook Messenger.
Instagram, for example, posted a picture of the two girls in their bedroom last night.
The caption read: “What happened to the boys?
We got caught in the internet.”
Instagram Stories also posted a photo of the girls in the bedroom, and shared a video of the moment the viral story hit the internet.
“So far, we’re both thrilled and scared,” wrote one of the photos, captioned with the phrase “#girlsgowild.”
3) “Girls Go Wild” has gotten more than a million shares and over 200,000 comments on the hashtag.
A friend who did not want to be identified described it as a “moment of inspiration.”
“The girls are in a perfect position,” the friend said.
“They are a bunch of fun, creative and intelligent young women who are doing something different.
I think that is the most powerful thing about this.
They have the freedom to take control of their own lives.
I have a little bit of a similar experience as they have the power to decide what they want to do with their lives.
It is an amazing, wild moment.”
4) Some people have questioned the ethics of sharing the video on social media, but the girls say they did not share it in a way that would encourage bullying.
“The boys don’t really deserve the attention,” one of their friends said.
The two girls are trying to educate their friends about the dangers of social media.
“We have no problem sharing what we see in our Instagram, Facebook and YouTube accounts, but what we are trying not to do is promote bullying,” the girl wrote in a Facebook post.
“It is not ok to use bullying as a tool to hurt someone else’s feelings, or to spread lies about someone else, because it is not OK to share anything you think is harmful.”
5) The Instagram account is now closed.
But the girls said they would continue to share their videos and pictures on social networks, including Instagram Stories, and Facebook.
They are hoping to have a Facebook group for the girls, and said they plan to share the story with the media in the future.
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